To help learners understand French through speaking, reading, listening and writing.
The French Club takes place every Wednesday at oldham Library in the Creator space. We need volunteers that would be able to run sessions by themselves, create their own classes, promote French culture and help secondary school students with school work.
The library will provide travel expenses and material for free.
If you are a native speaker or fluent and want to get some teaching experience, you are welcome to apply.
When can volunteers volunteer? Weekly
This grid shows when you can volunteer for this organisation. E.G Monday morning.
| Tasks the volunteer will be required to do:
Verbs and tenses
Helping with homework
Culture (music, movies, food, daily life....)
Requirements: Relevant qualification or training
Skill and Qualifications Required:
French as a first language or a recognised qualification.
Areas of Interest: Children, Community, Education, Libraries, Literacy, Young people
Opportunity suitable for: Employee Volunteers, Long term commitment, Older people, People seeking work, University students
What activities will the volunteer do? Coaching, Interpretation, Mentoring, Translation, Youth work
Skills gained in this role: Creativity, Leadership, Managing people, Organising, Talking to others
Home based opportunity? No
DBS Check Required: Yes
Opportunity Accessibility: Step free access clearly signposted into the building, Automatic opening doors, Lift to other floors / step free access throughout the building, Accessible toilets
About the host organisation
Hosted by: Oldham Library Service
Organisation Profile: Oldham Council libraries provides access, through a network of 12 libraries and a Library At Home Service, to a creative and wide range of services, including:
• Resources available for loan such as books and audio-visual materials.
• Reference titles
• Digital resources (including e-books)
• Internet access
• Community and study spaces
• Events and activities
At the heart of our library offer is a high quality information service that supports the development of knowledge, enabling customers of all ages and walks of life to make intellectual journeys and develop their skills.
The libraries are a community hub where all are welcome whatever their background. They offer a safe space for everyone. Alongside being a facility for free information and reading, Oldham Council libraries offers access to many other services, including for example, IT literacy courses, Job Clubs and live theatre performances.
Oldham Council libraries actively supports the Council’s commitment to creating a co-operative future; one where citizens, partners and staff work together to improve the borough. Our core values are encompassed within the word FORWARD and are as follows:
• Working Together