The Swedish Committee for Afghanistan (SCA) is a non-profit, non-governmental humanitarian organisation working to assist in the reconstruction of Afghanistan. SCA’s interventions inside Afghanistan began in 1982. Today SCA runs four major development programmes within Disability, Education, Health and Rural Development and is one of the largest NGOs in the country. SCA is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Qualified applicants are considered for employment based on their skills, abilities and experience without regard to age (18-65 years), race, colour, religion, marital status, sex, physical disability, or veteran status.
Scope of Work:
Master Trainer is an academic member of the education team in Project Office level. In cooperation with the team members, s/he is responsible for conducting academic needs assessment of teachers, developing training contents and conducting training courses for academic capacity development of teachers and administrative staffs in SCA supported Educational Field Facilities, DEDs, PEDs and MoE supported Teachers Training Centres and Science Centres in the target districts and provinces in accordance to the SCA policies and education directives. The Master Trainer advises/supports teachers in developing their professional career through conducting of teachers training courses, mentoring and on-spot support in the classroom. Master Trainer trains Education Field Supervisors and local educational authorities in class observation, school supervision, monitoring and evaluation of teachers and students performance in schools. Master Trainer ensures that trained teachers are applying the subject and teaching competencies they have gained during the training sessions in class and that students’ learning achievements are improving. S/he provides academic support to the provincial level Science Centres and district level Teachers Training Institutes as per guidelines of the Training Senior Officer. S/he also regularly monitors SCA supported educational facilities for assessing teaching and learning process and provides technical advice to the Education Field Supervisors for improving students’ learning outcomes. Master Trainer spends 70% of his/her official times in the field.