FNTI is seeking Instructors to teach micro-credentials on a flexible basis within the 2023-2024 academic year. We would like to welcome interested applicants to apply for current and future contract opportunities in micro-credential programs, including micro-credentials in the Indigenous Relations bundle, the Indigenous Justice bundle, and the Addressing Trauma to Strengthen Indigenous Communities bundle. Each micro-credential is 15 hours in length and they are delivered in a virtual environment.
Instructors are contracted for specific micro-credentials and will be compensated for 45-hours of work, which includes preparing for, and facilitating of the sessions, grading and providing feedback on student work, and attending and participating in meetings with the teaching team.
We would like to welcome interested applicants to apply to current and future contract opportunities in our Early Childhood Education (ECE), Mental Health and Addiction (MHA), Social Service Worker (SSW), Personal Support Worker (PSW), and Practical Nursing (PN) programs.
Instructors at FNTI will plan, facilitate and assess curriculum delivered through various delivery models and locations. Please see specific details below for each program. Instructors are contracted for each delivery session, which consists of planning, professional development, delivery, and assessment/evaluation of student progress and grading.