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Filipino Institute looking for trainers for face-to-face and virtual classes


The Filipino Institute is currently searching for trainers for face-to-face and virtual classes. 

Founder and President of the Filipino Institute Mr. Gabriel John Rimando said that as the educational institution continues to help Filipinos in the Middle East and in the Philippines, they are seeking more trainers and volunteers. 

Those who want to apply for face-to-face classes need to be available on the scheduled class. The Filipino Institute is accepting applicants from Dubai, Sharjah, Abu Dhabi, Al Ain, Ajman, including Kuwait and Qatar. 

Do you have the following qualities?

  1. Patient and good listener
  2. Knows how to approach training strategically
  3. Knows how to encourage engagement
  4. Organized person
  5. Knows how to appreciate good instruction design
  6. Analyze and improve again, and again

To apply, just fill out this link and submit all the required information. 

To see their available courses, just visit their Facebook page. 

Got more questions? Watch the video below:

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