Adult education job opportunities


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The English Montreal School Board has implemented an equal access employment program in accordance with the Act Respecting Equal Access to Employment in Public Bodies and encourages applications from women, members of visible and ethnic minorities, aboriginal and handicapped peoples. Qualified Administrative Support Staff are needed for part-time and full-time temporary substitution work. Please note that the required qualifications vary depending on the position. Apply Now.

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adult education jobs in Canada

Adult education is the teaching or training of adults. This education can take place in a variety of settings. As an adult educator, you may teach large classrooms of students at the college or university level, or small groups of adults in a corporate setting. Adult educators may even find themselves working with students on an individual basis.

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Lecturer (adult education): job description

This field is fairly diverse and prepares you for working for colleges, corporations and even small businesses. A degree in adult learning and workforce education qualifies you to work as a GED instructor. The GED is equivalent to a high school diploma and allows those who dropped out of high school to complete their studies. While you might work with older people who dropped out decades ago, you may also work with students in their late teens or early 20s.

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Participating in adult education can improve the quality of life. Life skills include a set of skills that generate health and well-being. Adult education can provide a number of skills and learning experiences that have a number of benefits and purposes: from basic skills to language learning, from leisure courses to vocational training, from family learning to health provision, adult education can provide a number of ways that will support individuals throughout their careers and lives. But it is not only the direct learning outcomes that are important for people: research shows that participating in non-formal adult education has a number of benefits.