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Casual Leisure & Lifestyle Tutors
Do you have a passion for teaching and learning? We're on the hunt for talented artists, makers, crafts-men and -women, and lifestyle gurus who have the ability to deliver non-accredited leisure and lifestyle workshops to our local communities. Our leisure and lifestyle program is an important part of our offering providing an opportunity for people to improve their work/life balance and to gain life skills in a relaxed and enjoyable environment.
The College operates a registered training organisation (RTO) from the regional towns of Barraba, Bingara, Gunnedah, Inverell, Moree, Narrabri and Warialda. We specialise in offering local classes to local people and businesses including career courses and qualifications, industry licensing, technology skills, mental health, and leisure and lifestyle workshops.
We deliver a range of leisure and lifestyle workshops throughout the school term in each of our campuses. Tutors are welcomed to work with local campus coordinators to structure a leisure and lifestyle program that is an enjoyable and cost effective option that meets local demand.
What kind of person is best suited to this role?
You may be someone who holds a teacher's qualification or you may have experience teaching within an education setting. You should have extensive knowledge of the subject of your workshop and the ability to engage and interact with students to ensure they can benefit from their participation.
Small business owners and contractors may find the delivery of leisure and lifestyle workshops related to their work activities a useful add-on to boost income and increase the profile of their business.
Leisure and lifestyle tutors should have good communication and interpersonal skills that will support them to deliver engaging and purposeful learning to a diverse range of learners.
Ready to talk?
If you'd like to offer a workshop, you need answers to your questions about how our leisure and lifestyle program works, or you just want to make sure we're a good fit before jumping in, we'd be happy to arrange a time to talk. Start by emailing your local campus coordinator.