Outward Bound Training Academy Faculty – Trainers

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Job Summary

Opportunity for senior outdoor & wilderness educators to contribute as faculty to an exciting new project to grow and develop a more diverse and inclusive outdoor industry. The Outward Bound Canada Training Academy, which offers free training for new and experienced outdoor professionals is actively seeking to recruit Trainers in BC, Alberta, the Maritimes and Ontario for several full time year round and contract positions. These positions are unique, combining in field program delivery with program design and ongoing support and mentoring of Academy trainees as they move into careers in the sector. If you see yourself in a role that will help shape and deliver high quality and growth oriented programming that holds people at the center of the process, please consider and share this opportunity widely. Ongoing training and professional development are part of the package – this is a well-supported program. We especially encourage those with diverse backgrounds, including BIPOC and 2SLGBTQIA+ folks to apply.

Job Type: Full Time

Required Education, Skills or Certification

See job posting here: https://www.outwardbound.ca/about-us/work-with-us/jobs/academy-trainer/?fbclid=IwAR3WyaAN_dOKEP0yaaKFuhS5hKaWsYJEkYVX3w4FCnn9eP0WvP8u9eBQD3k

Experience Required

Academy Trainer

Salary

$ daily

Accommodation Provided?

No

How to Apply

Academy Trainer

Company Information

Outward Bound Canada Trainng Academy for Outdoor Professionals
Head office: 2200 Yonge St., Suite 910
Toronto, Ontario

Company Description

Funded by the Government of Canada’s Sectoral Initiatives Program, the Outward Bound Canada Training Academy for Outdoor Professionals (the “Training Academy”) will recruit and train a new generation of outdoor leaders.
The Training Academy, which launched in the spring of 2022, will increase employment in the outdoor leadership sector. It will also encourage an inclusive candidate pool to ensure that Canada’s outdoor sector employees better represent Canada’s diversity.
Additionally, the outdoor sector has long acknowledged a lack of diversity within its workforce. One reason for this is the ongoing socio-economic barriers for individuals from traditionally marginalized communities to access learning and development opportunities within the industry.
Although this is a complex issue to address, the flexible model of the Training Academy – along with its free cost and inclusive content – has been built to maximize access and reduce barriers to participation by underrepresented groups

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