Our North American operating unit has openings for part-time instructors within the following areas:
Close proximity to one of our four North American education center locations (New York, Toronto, Washington, D.C., Ottawa) is preferred but not required.
Learning Tree is an Equal Employment Opportunity employer. If you require any accommodations during the recruitment process due to a disability, please contact us at info@LearningTree.com or 888-843-8733.
As a Learning Tree instructor, you will teach 4-14+ weeks per year, depending on your availability. This gives you the flexibility to commit the rest of your time to pursuing other professional opportunities.
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Full Logistical and Operational Support
Our experts will provide you with the resources you need to ensure success in the classroom. While you concentrate on teaching, we manage course development, coordinate travel and lodging, and supply you with hardware, software, and course notes.
As an instructor, you will have the opportunity to audit many of our courses, both in and outside of your field of expertise. You will also be able to take advantage of training and mentoring programs designed to keep your teaching and presentation skills at peak levels.
Immediate Access to the Latest Software/Hardware
Learning Tree often begins instruction on new technologies before the product is publicly available. You will have access to all course-specific technology, documentation, history and updates.
In addition to classroom teaching, you will also be able to provide one-on-one coaching, participate in acceleration workshops, and work with our Client Solutions team to develop managed learning services for large organizations.
To become a Learning Tree instructor, you should have:
Here’s a look at our instructor selection and training process:
Step 1: Initial Interview
First, we’ll get to know you in an interview to ensure you have strong communication skills that enable you to effectively share your expertise.
Step 2: Author Interview
Next, you will go through a detailed checklist with course authors to make sure you have both the technical expertise and practical work experience necessary to teach the course.
Step 3: Train-the-Trainer Program
You will go through our intensive Train-the-Trainer program, where you will learn the latest techniques in Active Learning. To pass the program, you must deliver three course presentations and receive excellent evaluations.
Step 4: Course Audit
If you pass Step 3, you will audit the course you will teach and present part of the course for evaluation by the senior instructor.
Step 5: Co-Teaching
Your next step will be to co-teach a course with an experienced instructor acting as your mentor. They present half or more of the course for evaluation by the senior instructor.
Step 6: Solo Teaching
Finally, you will be assigned a course to teach on your own. Course attendees complete detailed evaluations of all instructors, and these are used to pinpoint ongoing development activities that constantly improve their scores.
Step 7: The Result
The average Learning Tree instructor receives a grade of 3.70 on a 4.00 scale, so you receive training from the highest-quality instructors available anywhere.
Learning Tree International promotes an atmosphere of civility and mutual respect towards difference. We are proud to respect the individuality of our employees, instructors, and candidates. Whether ethnic, cultural, religious, intellectual, ideological, political, or any other difference, our collective diversity allows us to be more creative and innovative with our training and strengthens our global competitiveness. The more we work together and embrace our differences, the more we can offer our customers. We are committed to creating an inclusive work environment, respecting differences, and guaranteeing the same rights and freedoms to all. Our diverse qualities are fundamental to the identity we form as individuals, and all are essential to creating the vibrant community that is Learning Tree International.
Affirmative Action Statement
Learning Tree International, Inc. and Learning Tree International USA, Inc. are an AA/EEO/Veterans/Disabled Employer. Copies of the Affirmative Action Plan for Covered Veterans, Religion/National Origin and Persons with Disabilities are available for inspection at the front reception (13650 Dulles Technology Drive, Suite 400, Herndon, VA 20171) from Monday to Friday 8:30 a.m. to noon and 1:00 – 4:00 p.m.
We are dedicated to providing reasonable accommodations for those with disabilities. If you require any accommodations during the recruitment process, please let the Learning Tree Recruiter know.
Learning Tree International is committed to ensuring we have a legal workforce. If you are offered a position at Learning Tree, you will need to complete Form I9, which verifies your identity and right to work in the United States. Learning Tree then electronically verifies the information and identification/documents through the USCIS E-Verify program. For more information on E-Verify, you can visit https://www.uscis.gov/
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