To identify, develop and conduct English language and communication skills training programmes, processes and activities to ensure that company employees are provided with the skills and abilities that are needed to for current performance in their jobs, and to enable their development. Programmes may be generic or as a response to a functional/work group requirement.
1. Directly responsible for developing and delivering a wide range of English language courses and communication skills and other modules to ensure that employees have skills and ability to enable their development, in line with organizational and individual requirement, and to ensure language skills are at an appropriate level to meet current position requirements. Includes courses, generic and ad hoc modules. Also develops and delivers training workshops to support corporate development initiatives, in strategic areas such as creative thinking and problem solving. Must effectively manage classroom environments at group and individual level.
2. Provides guidance and advise as internal consultant to line department up to GM level on areas of expertise to enable appropriate decisions to be made with regard to employee development.
3. Produces clear, accurate and meaningful training reports which make appropriate recommendations for further employee development, thus supporting line department in the development of their staff.
4. Supports company-wide schemes and initiatives, by involvement on ad hoc on ongoing basis e.g. as Learning & Development representative/evaluator for QA scheme.
Desired Profile Please refer to the Job description above
Experience 5 – 10 Years
Industry Type Oil and Gas / Energy / Power / Infrastructure
Role English Teacher
Functional Area Teaching, Education, Training, Counselling
Education UG – B.Ed – Education
PG – Any Postgraduate – Any Specialization, Post Graduation Not Required
Doctorate – Any Doctorate – Any Specialization, Doctorate Not Required
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