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Teaching Positions
Dates Workplace
May 2019 – present Retired
Dec 2018 –
May 2019
Blueprint Career Development, Brisbane, Australia

Online assessing of Certificate IV in Training and Assessment (TAE40116)

Oct 2018 – May 2019 Queensland Corrective Services, Brisbane, Australia

Delivering Certificate I in Foundation Skills to prisoners inside adult prisons

Jun 2018 –
Jun 2018
Language Studies International, Brisbane, Australia

–  Academic Director (relief position)

–  Business management, financial management, student and staff management

–  Designing curriculum and assessment, delivering English courses

Feb 2017 –
Jun 2018
Holmes Institute, Brisbane, Australia

–  Teaching and assessing Advanced Diploma of Leadership and Management

–  Teaching and assessing Advanced Diploma of Hospitality

Aug 2016 –
Jun 2017
Queensford College, Brisbane, Australia

–  Teaching and assessing Certificates II & III in Spoken and Written English

–  Teaching and assessing Certificate III in Accounting

–  Leading validation and moderation team

Jun 2015 –
Mar 2017
CEETA College, Brisbane, Australia

–  Director of Studies

–  Compliance; funding submissions; course registration (VET & ELICOS)

–  Designing curriculum and assessments for Certificates I, II, III & IV in English

Aug 2014 –
May 2015
Harvest Education Technical College, Brisbane, Australia

–  Teaching and assessing Diploma of Human Resource Management

–  Teaching and assessing Diploma of Marketing

–  Teaching and assessing Certificate I in Spoken and Written English

Jul 2013 –
present
Various Employers, Brisbane, Australia

–  TAFE, Shafston College, Spencer College, Viva, Salford College (Adelaide)

–  Teaching English (AMEP, VET, ELICOS, IELTS, EAP)

–  Teaching Business, Management, Hospitality, Foundation Skills

Sep 2011 –
Jan 2012
Hangzhou Greentown High School, Hangzhou, China

English, Maths English, Science English, Drama

Jan 2011 –
Sep 2011
English First & New Dynamic Institute, Chengdu, China

Manager – Corporate Training and Business Services (Fortune 500 companies)

Sep 2010 –
Jan 2011
Chengdu University of Technology, Chengdu, China

–  Managing teachers/training materials on-campus and at four other sites in China

–  Australian accredited Advanced Diploma of Hospitality (3rd Year, 16 subjects)

Jul 2010 –
Sep 2010
Hebei International Language School, Tangshan, China

–  Australian accredited Cert. IV Uni. Prep. Program (English, Business Studies)

–  Managing teachers/training materials on-campus

Mar 2010 –
Jun 2010
Luoyang Number 1 High School, Luoyang, China

–  Managing teachers/training materials on-campus

–  Australian accredited Cert. IV Uni. Prep. Program (English); American SAT Maths

Aug 2009 –
Mar 2010
Nantong Number 1 Middle School, China

–  Managing teachers/training materials on-campus

–  Australian accredited Cert. IV Uni. Prep. Program (English)

Jun 2009 –
Aug 2009
Nantong Dynamic English School, Nantong, China

–  English, Corporate Training (international companies)

Aug 2003 –
Nov 2003
Monash College of Australia, Guangzhou, China

–  Australian accredited University Preparation Program (English)

Mar 2003 –
Aug 2003
Jiangdu High School, Jiangdu, China

–  English

Jan 2003 –
Mar 2003
Huaiyan Institute of Technology, Huai’an, China

–  English

Dec 2001 –
Apr 2002
Mrangalli Aboriginal Corporation, Tingha, Australia

–  Chief Executive Officer (CDEP, Vocational Education and Housing)

Jul 2001 –
Nov 2001
Aboriginal Tutorial Assistance Scheme, Rockhampton, Australia

–  English, Maths

May 2001 –
Nov 2001
Welenco Training & Development, Rockhampton, Australia

–  Retail Operations, IT

Feb 2000 –
Dec 2000
Wadja Wadja Aboriginal High School, Woorabinda, Australia

–  Academic Director (TAFE) – Managing teachers/training materials on-campus

–  Delivering Cert. III Literacy and Numeracy including IT and Business Skills

Jul 1997 –
Aug 1999
Southern Region Community College, Goulburn, Australia

–  Certificate III IT, Certificate IV Workplace Training and Assessment

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