Spanish or French Tutor
We are currently looking for a language tutor to teach either basic level Spanish or basic level French to a small group of clients. You do not need to be a qualified teacher. We would like you to teach some basic phrases that you would typically need to know when visiting Spain or France on holiday such as asking for directions, ordering a simple meal at a restaurant or asking for a loaf of bread at a bakery.
Organisation Description :
We empower people who have mental health needs to gain meaningful employment and satisfying careers. With exceptional patience, empathy and support, Oakleaf clients are encouraged to: - Use their inherent abilities to develop employable skills and gain a qualification. - Restore the confidence and self-esteem that has been damaged by a short or long term mental illness. - Develop the interpersonal, practical and academic skills they need to rebuild their lives. Work strengthens independence and dignity. We understand that as a disabled group, people with mental health needs face considerable barriers when competing in the open job market. We support them to overcome these barriers by offering a comprehensive back to work service. Since 1997, hundreds of people have come to Oakleaf for support; they have gained nationally recognised qualifications and/or work experience in IT, horticulture, upholstery and catering.
When Required :
1 hour per week. Thursday afternoons or Monday mornings would be preferable to fit in with our room availability.
Types of Activity :
Skills and Qualifications :
Be proficient in English & Spanish
Be friendly and approachable
Be patient and understanding
Age/Gender Restrictions: 18+
Oakleaf Enterprises is located just outside Guildford town centre, near Guildford Railway Station.
Recruitment Method :
DBS Check, Informal Discussion
If you are interested please click on the sign up button for more information.
Oakleaf Enterprises is an independent registered charity whose purpose is to support people with mental health issues to lead independent, productive and fulfilling lives.
The charity’s aim is to transform the lives and futures of adults managing their mental ill-health and help them secure the skills, confidence and training needed to return to the workplace. This pathway is delivered via three main focuses: Work-Related Training, Wellbeing Activities, and Counselling Services.