ISR Facilitators are responsible for the facilitation of 6 to 17 year aged children in a variety of Mechatronics, Robotics, Drones, Coding, IOT, Art and Architecture activities in schools. Facilitators are provided with curricula, supplies, additional facilitator (if the number of learners are more than 20 in a session), and adequate training. Facilitators should be able to provide additional lessons and activities as needed to create an engaging, well-paced experience for learners.
We place a strong emphasis on providing an exceptional experiential learning programme to every learner in any of our programs. The programme is a full year academic programme or weekly or daily workshops. All staff members, at every level and in all departments, are a critical part of providing this level of experience. Candidates selected for employment with receive training and be expected to consistently contribute to creating an exceptional experience to all learners and associates.
Facilitator attends all facilitator trainings, reviews curricula, sets up maker space, and facilitates programme activities in a safe, fun and exciting manner. In addition, facilitators work with support staff to ensure maintenance of equipment and materials, coordinate with the school authorities and will deliver seamless experience to all learners.
Applicants must have a Bachelor’s degree in Electronics with good communication and collaboration skills. Knowledge and understanding of components and troubleshooting in a hands-on practical session, flexibility to adjust activities/training session to include participants of different ages; a thorough knowledge of Electronics in order to participate in developing classroom STEAM programme; a passion for teaching/facilitation; communication skills to conduct facilitating sessions in a clear and concise manner is required. liking towards interacting with learners in the age group of 6-17 years, 1-2 years of STEM facilitation experience or an inquiry-based and experiential teaching techniques in schools preferred. Successful candidate should commit for a minimum period of 1 academic year after training.