Once you have gained a high level of skill in facilitating Parent-Child Mother Goose programs, you may be interested in applying become an accredited Level Three Parent-Child Mother Goose program trainer, a position also known as a Teacher Trainer Workshop Facilitator.
As a Level Three trainer, you will help train Parent-Child Mother Goose program facilitators, and you will be paid for this work.
Level Three trainers report to the Parent-Child Mother Goose Australia Committee of Management, and work on a contract basis as trainings are scheduled.
Key selection criteria
Terms and conditions
Remuneration for leading a 2-day Level One Training Workshop is $1200. Trainers are paid after invoicing the Parent-Child Mother Goose Committee of Management.
Travel allowances are payable beyond 100kms from home.
How to apply to train as a Level Three Parent-Child Mother Goose trainer
Write an application letter of 500 words outlining:
Detail your interest in becoming a Level Three trainer and why you think this would be a good role for you. Include some detail about yourself and your interests. Electronic clips of your program(s) will be accepted.
Add your CV to the application, and provide contact details of three referees.
Send your application to us at email@example.com.
If your application is accepted, a Level Three trainer will contact you to arrange a visit to your Parent-Child Mother Goose program to observe your program and to begin discussions with you.
If you are accepted to begin training, you will be required to co-facilitate at least four Level One trainings without financial remuneration. Over these four trainings, you will be expected to gradually increase your involvement and to ensure that throughout these four trainings you lead all components of the training at least once. The four trainings may be with the same Level Three trainer or with a variety of Level Three trainers. Where possible, every effort will be made for you to train with two or three different trainers.
After each of the four trainings, there will be time set aside for you to reflect on your experiences with your supervising co-trainer and to receive guidance.
After completion of the four trainings, the Level Three trainers will discuss your skills and abilities, and if successful you will graduate as a trainer. You will then receive a trainers’ kit from the Regional Office and be eligible to run trainings and to receive remuneration for the training.