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May 132011
 

If you have a passion for helping others and making a difference, Metropolitan South Institute of TAFE (MSIT) invites you to become a volunteer tutor and help change the lives of adult learners and trainees.

A volunteer tutor course will commence at the MSIT Mt Gravatt campus (1030 Cavendish Road, Mt Gravatt) on Monday 1 August 2011. Tutors will attend eight three-hour classes on a Monday from 9am to 12pm. They work with adult literacy and English as a Second Language (ESL) students from MSIT to support them with reading, writing, speaking, language and numeracy.

Volunteer tutors must undertake a training program with MSIT and have permanent Australian residency plus a good level of English (written and verbal). Each volunteer training course consists of 40 nominal hours of theory and 40 hours practical volunteer tutoring.

Potential tutors are invited to attend the Volunteer Tutor Information Session on Monday 25 July at the MSIT Mt Gravatt campus.

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  4 Responses to “MSIT Mount Gravatt campus seeking volunteer tutors”

  1. I wish to complete a Volunteer Tutoring Course. I am a registered primary school teacher and will be taking a year off to study post grad vert in TESOL next year. I’d love to work as a volunteer in 2016 to gain some experience and to observe lessons if possible. Please let me know if there will be another course this year or can i enrol early 2016. thanks

  2. I just saw this site. I have missed the course, when is the next one as I would be interested in volunteering there, my son goes there too.

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