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Aug 092018
 

Organization: Passerelles Numériques
Country: Viet Nam
Closing date: 31 Aug 2018

Passerelles numériques (PN), a non-profit organisation, is dedicated to enabling highly disadvantaged youths, through their abilities and their commitment, to access education and technical and vocational training, in the sector of Information Technology. We work to build strong employability which will allow them and their families to sustainably escape poverty, and contribute to the social and economic development of their countries.

Established in Cambodia, the Philippines and Vietnam, Passerelles numériques currently trains 533 students and aims to train 750 in the next three years. PN employs 102 people based in these three countries including a small team in France.

Passerelles numériques relies on the financial and skills sponsorship of several corporate partners such as Accenture, Econocom-Osiatis, CA Technologies, Microsoft and Société Générale and also receives support from individual donors.

In Vietnam, Passerelles numériques started its mission in 2010, with a training centre based in Da Nang, in Central Vietnam. In 2012, the first class graduated with 27 students, and most of them had a job just after graduation. Today, PN Vietnam (PNV) trains 87 students and graduated 258 young disadvantaged since 2010.

Websites: ​

https://www.passerellesnumeriques.org​

https://www.passerellesnumeriques.org/en/our-actions/vietnamMission

The objectives of the volunteer are:
● Develop the english communication skills of the staff (especially IT trainers)

● Develop the english vocabulary related to IT industry (for IT trainers)
● Share IT general knowledge with non-IT staff

Responsibilities

We expect from the volunteer:● To collaborate with the training manager to adapt and/or create:
○ English training content for PNV staff (current english level: B1-B2)
○ IT english content for IT teachers
○ IT vulgarisation content for the non-IT staff

● To conduct training sessions, support and supervise PNV staff during practical sessions

● To collaborate with Training manager to help teachers review, evaluate their skills and define their areas of improvements for future development

Profile / competencies of the volunteers

● Experience in training is prefered
● Good communication skill
● At least 3 years of experience in the IT industry
● Very good or native english speaker

How to apply:

arthur .aubree@passerellesnumeriques.org

click here for more details and apply to position

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