Training Consultant, Professional Development Centre (PDC) (IDN-T-1862-2)
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Location: Jakarta, Indonesia | Contract: 2 years | Start Date: ASAP | Deadline for Applications: 24 March 2019 (23:59 UK Time)

Training Consultant, Professional Development Centre (PDC) (IDN-T-1862-2)

British Council Indonesia Foundation’s ambition is to expand its operations across the country.  The aim is to build awareness in Indonesia of British Council as the world authority in ELT and increase access to English services, including face-to-face teaching, teacher training, and examinations.

The Professional Development Centre delivers off-site professional training to international and local companies, government departments and academic institutions.  We offer a range of courses in business communication and soft skills workshops.  We also deliver academic training to lecturers and teachers, particularly in IELTS.  Training is predominantly at client premises and may involve travelling around Indonesia.

Off-site locations tend to be central around the city centre with some contracts on the outskirts. Transport is provided and travel time accounted for.

You will be part of a wider team (based in Malaysia) who are experienced and passionate about helping support working professionals.

To be considered you must:

• Hold a recognised ELT certificate (i.e. Cambridge CELTA/Trinity CertTESOL) and an undergraduate/university degree in any discipline

• Have a minimum of 2 years ELT teaching experience (preferably with experience teaching Adults)

• Have extensive experience in teaching offsite corporate teaching


It should be noted that all appointments are subject to clearance and issuance of KITAS by Ministry of Manpower.



For more information, please see Vacancy Documents and British Council Generic Behaviours  


This is an interesting and absorbing role in which you can support us to build the awareness of the British Council in delivering to the needs of our customers.



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