|Organisation :||Algonquin College|
|Type :||Établissement d'enseignement|
|Mandat :||Located in Ottawa, Algonquin College was established as a community college in 1967 to provide the community with career-oriented, post-secondary education and training. As one of the larger colleges in Canada, Algonquin has a $180 million operating budget with approximately 500 full-time professors and 130 full-time programs serving 15,000 full-time students. With over 50,000 part-time students upgrading their employment skills, the College has substantial experience in responding to the employer community. Algonquin's International Education Centre (IEC) coordinates international activities at the College. It has comprehensive experience in capacity building and human resource development in Asia, Latin America, India, China, and Africa.|
|Adresse :||1385 Woodroffe Avenue
FAX: (613) 727-7665
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|Personne ressource :||Maria Schnurr|
|Pays :||Afrique du Sud|
|Ville :||Cape Town|
|Description du stage :||
The Algonquin-Cape Peninsula University of Technology partnership began
in 1992 and seeks to strengthen the capacity of the Cape Peninsula University
of Technology to respond to the demands of the media industry's training needs.
As part of this overall strategy, Algonquin's School of Media and Design will
provide technical assistance in the following areas: assessment of the
industry's skills and development needs, assistance in the development of the
radio broadcasting curriculum with a focus on: internet radio, automation
systems management, broadcast education pedagogy and radio market research.
In Canada, the intern will work with faculty from Algonquin's School of Media and Design to assist in the design of Radio Broadcasting programs and develop broadcast skills training workshops; and assemble materials necessary for the basis of the training program at the Cape Peninsula University of Technology. Further, the intern will work with the staff of the International Education Centre to prepare for their assignment. Interns will do research on their assigned country and attend pre-departure briefing sessions. Also, the interns will be expected to develop a workplan for the overseas placement and a career search plan for their return to Canada.
In addition to preparatory work specified in the job description, the intern will undergo inter-cultural training and orientation in reporting expectations. Also, prior to departure, interns will undertake the following:
- submit resume to the National Graduate Register (NGR)
- network with and interview private sector companies on hiring policies/criteria
- begin language training, if necessary
- research listing of NGOs involved in development work.
In South Africa, the intern will further develop training materials in consultation with the Cape Peninsula University of Technology faculty and staff, and will ensure training meets industry standards and developmental needs. The intern will also assist in an industry needs assessment, and as requested, will deliver the training programs to local participants.
|Organisation d'accueil :||Cape Peninsula University of Technology|
|Détails au sujet de l'organisation d'accueil :||Cape Peninsula University of Technology situated in Bellville, south of Cape Town, offers quality career-specific programs. The Cape Peninsula University of Technology is committed to offering career-oriented programs and to promoting an environment conducive to human development. It is a non-racial, non-sexist and a democratic institution recognized as responsive to the education needs of its community.|