To be confirmed , Myanmar (Burma)

CPD and Inclusion Adviser Opportunity in Myanmar

Support No Poverty

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Skills Needed

  • Facilitation
  • Leadership
  • Teaching

Estimated workload

Full-time

Role

Team Member (Typically 6+ months)

Language Proficiencies

You must be able to speak English.

When Can You Start?

You can start ASAP and stay for 12 months to 24 months

Benefits

Meals

Living Stipend

Accommodation

Travel Stipend

In Partnership With

vsologo

Project Details


Description and Impact

The purpose of this role is to support teacher education reforms in Myanmar. The volunteer will be based at Education Colleges (ECs) and will strengthen Continuing Professional Development (CPD) pathways and programmes for EC principals, Teacher Educators (TEs) and teachers. The CPD will build the capacity of TEs to deliver the new 4-year pre-service degree course. Volunteers will support TEs and teachers to adopt more inclusive teaching practices, paying special attention to the access, participation and achievement of children with disabilities.
This position will be based at an Education College in Myanmar.

Deliverables

Success for this project will be measured by the following KPIs:

  • Continuing Professional Development Working Group (CPDWG): Volunteers will facilitate the establishment of CPD working groups (CPDWG) in ECs and support the development of an institutional CPD programme at ECs, which will seek to strengthen links to practice schools.
  • Development of CPD resources: Working with other stakeholders and volunteers, support the development of CPD modules on inclusion (with special attention to disability) and ensure inclusion is embedded in all aspects of CPD including English.
  • Capacity building of Inclusion Champions: Train CPDWG members on inclusion and support CPDWG members to train other Teacher Educators on inclusion. The volunteer will also identify and mentor ‘Inclusion Champions’ whose role will be to actively promote inclusion in their ECs and clusters. The ‘Inclusion Champions’ will act as an information resource on inclusion, lead the CPD of other TEs and teachers and participate in CPDWG meetings.
  • Training and mentoring of TEs and Principals
  • Action research
  • Build partnerships and strengthening practicum
  • Monitoring, evaluation and reporting: Contribute to the project monitoring and reporting of activities as required by VSO.

 

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This is a sponsored position from our partner VSO International, subject to its own application and selection process.

Please click here for further details and instructions on how to apply, which may include additional application steps.

All questions related to this project should be directed to VSO International at enquiry@vsoint.org. Although MovingWorlds does not oversee the application and selection process for this project, we make sure that all projects shared on our platform meet our rigorous standards for ethical, skills-based volunteering.

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Other requirements

Essential:
• Bachelor’s degree or post-graduate qualification in education 
• Minimum of five years of primary or secondary school teaching experience
• Expert knowledge of pedagogy and inclusive classroom practice
• Strong track record in planning, delivering and monitoring teacher CPD programmes 
• Experience of mentoring teachers
 

Desirable:
• Qualifications in special needs an advantage
• Experience of working in Myanmar or SE Asia

We Provide These Local Benefits


Benefits Overview

  • Accommodations
  • Living Stipend
  • Travel Stipend
  • Learning Opportunity
  • Meal Stipend
  • Good For Groups
  • Good For Families

Accommodation

  • You should be willing to live in the same way as your local colleagues.
  • Accommodation is generally basic

Living Stipend

  • All volunteers have an allowance paid in local currency.
  • The allowance meets reasonable living expenses in country, but will not be enough to live an expat lifestyle or send money home.

Travel Stipend

VSO covers all your travel expenses.

Learning Opportunity

From VSO you’ll get something few other volunteering organisations offer. An opportunity of using your skills and experience to have a long-lasting impact on peoples' lives.

You'll do something very different. You'll bring inspiration, energy and vital practical skills to help secure better healthcare, more valuable education and broader opportunities for poor people in Africa and Asia.

Food Stipend

  • All volunteers have an allowance paid in local currency.
  • The allowance meets reasonable living expenses in country, but will not be enough to live an expat lifestyle or send money home.

Additional Benefits

Your health

  • We provide comprehensive medical insurance and support for all volunteers.
  • Each country office has an appointed medical adviser
  • You'll also get a list of recommended doctors, clinics, dentists and pharmacies. 
  • The VSO country office provides emergency contacts and medical emergency procedures 24/7
  • The VSO country office is always there to help with major personal, medical or security problems. 
  • Minimum of 3 weeks annual leave

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