Figura professionale: Private Tuition in English
Private Tuition in English
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Cambridge English examinations based at Italo Britannica and external venues.
March 2013 – Present –
Private Tuition in English as a Foreign Language
· Developing and delivering private English lessons to 2 students ages 10-13 years.
· Carrying out an initial needs analysis to establish level of previously acquired knowledge of the English language.
September 2013 – September 2014 – English Speaking Au Pair for a 2 year old child (Genoa, Italy)
· Living with and taking care of a 2 year old child I have had the opportunity to learn about and understand the Italian culture and way of life.
· Self-taught to speak and understand Italian as well as acquiring the language through immersion and communication with native Italians.
May 2012 – August 2013 – Assistant Student Recruitment Officer (ASRO, Durham University)
· Demonstrating excellent communication and interpersonal skills when representing Durham University to prospective students, their parents and teachers at UCAS Fairs and HE Conventions across the UK.
· Rebranding, developing and executing activities for the Insight scheme.
· Assisting with the organisation and execution of various other events within the Access and Student Recruitment Office, such as Open Days, profile raising events, Teachers’ and HE Advisers’ Conferences.
· Attending and networking attarget schools in the NE, delivering talks about Durham University, and guidance workshops with confidence, to assist prospective students in their application to competitive institutions such as Durham. Adapting behaviour, language and approach depending on audience: students, parents or teachers.
· Liaising with internal and external key stakeholder groups through the various activities mentioned, face to face, via email and over the telephone.
July 2011 – April 2012 – Admissions Secretary (John Snow College, Durham University)
· Processing UCAS and Non UCAS, undergraduate and postgraduate applications demonstrating attention to detail.
· Adopting a methodical approach to routing tasks such as general administrative duties, filing, copying, typing etc.
· Excellent IT skills, including Microsoft software, maintaining the College website and Blackboard pages, use of Banner, ODBC and Oracle.
· Drafting agendas, minuting meetings and progressing follow-up agreed actions in a timely manner.
· Meeting and dealing with enquires from students, parents, staff and external parties, face to face, over the phone and via email, demonstrating excellent interpersonal skills.
October 2010 – April 2012 – Resident Tutor (John Snow College, Durham University)
· Being on-call outside of office hours to ensure safety and regulation in halls of residence.
· Demonstrating leadership qualities such as supervising, delegation, providing encouragement, and going beyond normal responsibilities. Also managing a team of senior residents whilst taking responsibility of decision making and effective problem solving when necessary.
· Exposure to confidential information and sensitive situations, requiring discretion and professionalism.
January 2011- April 2012 – Voluntary Appropriate Adult (Middlesbrough & Stockton MIND)
· Working with detainees with mental health problems, learning difficulties and alcohol and drug abuse.
· Facilitating communication between detainee and police officer during interview.
· Taking initiative in individual circumstances to solve problems effectively.
· Exposure to emotionally demand situations and sensitive information dealt with in a calm and non-judgemental manner.
o Race Equality and Cultural Awareness Programme (2nd Feb 2011)
o Mental Health First Aid (24th& 25th Feb 2011)
o Applied Suicide Intervention Skills Training (21st&22nd March 2011)
December 2010 – Present – Voluntary Assistant Support Worker (Daisy Chain, Norton)
· Working with Autistic children with a range of other difficulties aged 5 to 11 in small social groups demonstration a significant level of patience and empathy.
· Communication and negotiation with often distressed and uncooperative children.
· Encouraging communication and interaction between group members showing excellent facilitation and negotiation skills as well as interpersonal communication.
· Adaptability and flexibility to adjust to new groups of children with varying difficulties.
Secondary School Experience (EAL Dep, Hamilton Community College)
· Importance of clear and effective verbal communication as well as presentation skills.
· Planning, preparation and presentation of lessons and social activities whilst promoting learning in a fun and creative way.
· Ability to motivate and encourage students to enjoy learning English language and culture.
October 2009 – June 2010 John Snow JCR Welfare Officer
· Elected to represent welfare needs of studentsto staff and others, and through welfare campaigns.
· Took ownership of this role of responsibility, using own initiative to recognise missing provisions, and developing and introducing new provisions.
· Developing a strategy for welfare provisions, campaigns and activities that formed a template for future successors and still used to date.
· Managing a budget, planning and allocation of funds according to importance of activity/materials showing ability to prioritize.
· Leadership of a team of welfare officers, arranging regular meeting to ensure communication.
· Organisation, management, decision making and problem solving in various different settings.
· Working flexibly outside of normal working hours, and effectively under pressure.
References and Cover Letter available on request
2014 – learnTEFL
150 Hour Master TEFL Course Certified by Accreditat – Grade A
2010 – 2011 Durham University
MSc in Developmental Psychopathology
2007 – 2010 Durham University
BSc Applied Psychology Class II Division I (Hons) BPS Accredited
2005 – 2007 Wyggeston& Queen Elizabeth I College, Leicester
A Levels:Psychology ASociology AFine Art B 2000 – 2005 Rushey Mead Secondary School, Leicester
GCSEs 2005: 10 GCSEs including Double-Award Science grade AA, Mathematics and English B.
Training – 2012 – Present
Fully First Aid Trained and Qualified Fire Wardenas part of Resident Tutor at John Snow College
I possess a full, clean UK/European Driving Licence
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