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50 Education & Training volunteer opportunities in South Australia SA found.

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Adult Community Education Volunteer - Alexandrina Connect - Goolwa

  • Location: Goolwa SA
  • Category: Community Services

Adult Community Education Volunteers provide individual support to the students in line with program learnings and assist facilitator with individual activities. They assist the ACE Coordinator with administration and reporting requirements i.e.; STELA and completion of forms and assist with nominated tasks i.e.; program set-up/pack-down, snacks/lunch and assist with digital literacy, oral and written activities. Volunteers assist with managing group dynamics and attend meetings as required.

Shared Skills Program Volunteer - Alexandrina Connect - Goolwa

  • Location: Goolwa SA
  • Category: Community Services

Shared Skills volunteers provide individual support to the participants of the Shared Skills program. They assist the Shared Skills Program Facilitator and Coordinator in rolling out the program, assisting with nominated tasks and promotion of the Shared Skills program and The Community Centre – Goolwa’s activities.

Customer Liaison - Whale Centre City of Victor Harbor - Victor Harbor

  • Location: Victor Harbor SA
  • Category: Community Services

The Customer Liaison Volunteer Role has two components: 1. Customer Service 2. Information Assistance. Whilst each role has specified duties, the majority of tasks are common to both and volunteers are required to perform both. Common duties and objectives - provide current and up to date information on whale/marine ecology and conservation as requested by visitors, conduct opening/closing procedures, assist visitor enquiries, raise awareness of protection, conservation of whale/marine species.

Administration Assistant (Clerical Assistant) Whale Centre City of Victor Harbor - Victor Harbor

  • Location: Victor Harbor SA
  • Category: Community Services

The Whale Centre requires a volunteer to interact and communicate with staff, visitors and the community in a courteous, welcoming, helpful and professional manner. Volunteers will be expected to work co-operatively and effectively within a highly focused and committed tourism team. Volunteers will carry out routine administrative tasks as requested which may include: volunteer rosters, group bookings, answer telephone, demonstrate adequate computer skills.

Education Volunteer - Whale Centre City of Victor Harbor - Victor Harbor

  • Location: Victor Harbor SA
  • Category: Community Services

The Education Volunteer has two role components: 1. Marine Education Guide 2. Interpretive Guide. Whilst each role has specified duties, the majority of tasks are common to both and volunteers are required to perform in either capacity. Common duties and objectives - provide current and up to date information on whale/marine ecology and conservation to booked groups and visitors, assist visitor enquiries in an objective and unbiased manner, interact with customers.

Toy Library Assistant - Victor Harbor Community Toy Library - Lutheran Church - McCracken

  • Location: Victor Harbor SA
  • Category: Community Services

Calling all "kid at heart" adults! Do you like to see children getting a kick out of the enjoyment toys bring to them? Noah's Ark Community Toy Library operates just like a book library but with toys. Enabling children to loan a variety of toys and return them by a specified date. Help is need to maintain the display of toys, booking loans out and answering enquiries.

IT Tutor - Friends of the Library - Victor Harbor

  • Location: Victor Harbor SA
  • Category: Education & Training

A great opportunity for those people who enjoy sharing their IT knowledge with those people wanting to learn. Victor Harbor Library's facilities are first class and conducive to IT learning. IT tuition is held on Wednesdays and Fridays, basic computing on Fridays, group sessions for Word and/or Excel Wednesday am and training on tablets, phones or iPads held Wednesday pm.

Reading Assistant/Reading Army - Mt Compass Area School - Mt Compass

  • Location: Mount Compass SA
  • Category: Education & Training

Caring, patient volunteers required for Reading Army at Mt Compass Area School to assist eligible students (Year 1 to Year 6) each school morning in the Library. Students listen to their book several times on an iPad or computer and when confident they read it aloud to an adult. Students also read through a sight word list to support their reading development.

Learning and Wellbeing Assistant - Mt Compass Area School - Mt Compass

  • Location: Mount Compass SA
  • Category: Education & Training

Mt Compass Area School requires friendly, approachable volunteers to assist with their Learning and Wellbeing Program. Volunteers can make a big difference to students by assisting them to develop self - esteem and confidence by partnering with them and offering extra positive attention and assistance. Activities may include craft, cooking, colouring or playing ball games as well as others as required. Sessions usually run for 55 minutes, once a week.

Reading Army - Goolwa Primary School - Goolwa

  • Location: Goolwa SA
  • Category: Community Services

Goolwa Primary School is recruiting for volunteers to become a part of the school reading army. This dedicated group of volunteers attend school 1 or 2 mornings a week to sit with up to 5 children who may have some learning/reading difficulties and benefit enormously from having one on one sessions outside of the classroom with friendly, patient volunteers. Volunteers will need to be reliable as the children look forward to these out of classroom activities.

Lunchtime Activities - Goolwa Primary School - Goolwa

  • Location: Goolwa SA
  • Category: Community Services

Goolwa Primary School is recruiting for energetic, enthusiastic volunteers to assist with lunchtime activities. Volunteers will need to be creative and willing to be hands on with activities which are varied and constantly being added to eg teaching kids to play chess, computer construction, knitting, board games, music, gardening. Friendly, approachable people who enjoy teaching new skills to children and willing to engage with them and listen.