Reference nr. 3163 : Rural Youth and Adult Literacy Trust
Literacy Coach-Face to face

We have found that the learners intend to practice their reading and writing - but do not. So, as a Literacy Coach, you will help the learners practice reading, writing, and spelling weekly, generally for an half hour to an hour either once or twice a week face to face in a community space. We provide the training required to be able to coach students and create a personalised learning plan. You work together to develop goals and select materials and activities to help learners reach their goals. This role is very important, and by doing it, you can change an adult or teenager learners' lives and that of their family. You will be helping rural students/adult workers who are otherwise isolated learners to better their lives. By participating in this volunteering opportunity, you are helping achieve the following United Nations Sustainability Goals Goal 10 - Reduced inequalities

We train and give all the support you need with coaching so no previous experience required.

Specific requirements
Good computer skills. Excellent spoken English, reading and writing skills. Must be fluent in English (verbal and written). Reliable and patient with a friendly personality to put people at ease.
Bay of Islands - Whangaroa

1 volunteer needed


✔ Police check
✔ Reimburse expenses
✔ Reference provided after some time