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Filipino Institute searches new campus and online trainer; here’s how to apply

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The Filipino Institute is looking for new campus and online trainers who can help them to educate the growing number of Filipinos overseas who are getting short-term courses. 

In a vlog posted by Camille Rimando, co-founder of the Filipino Institute, the short-term courses aimed at helping Filipinos to find jobs and excel in their respective career paths. 

“Ang pagtuturo po ay three hours per week lang for six weeks, meron tayong classroom learning and virtual learning,” she said. 

The Filipino Institute has various campuses across the UAE, Qatar, and Bahrain. 

Meanwhile, the training centre also accepts virtual trainers outside the Middle East to help them impart new knowledge to the trainees and give them a ray of hope amid the pandemic. 

Those who are interested to be part of the Filipino Institute family, please click this link and find the courses you want to take up.

Watch the video and learn more about the opportunity: 

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