Freelance Trainer - part time

£110 - £185 per day
14 Jul 2022
14 Aug 2022
Contract Type
Freelance/self employed

The Role:

You will be delivering MyBnk education workshops to young people.

In doing so it is expected that you will:

  • Deliver MyBnk programmes to an exceptionally high standard, meeting the MyBnk quality requirements and following the MyBnk Education Ethos.
  • Commit to an initial training period of four days and additional home learning.
  • Effectively engage learners with a delivery style that is clear, concise, energetic and relevant.
  • Follow MyBnk operational processes around accepting deliveries, completing post delivery information etc.
  • Commit to updating your subject knowledge base and continuing your professional development becoming an expert in financial education.
  • Become a part of the wider MyBnk team, actively participating in trainer forums and sharing good practice.
  • Become a representative of MyBnk, upholding MyBnk’s mission, ethos and reputation.
  • Provide honest and timely feedback on the programmes to the MyBnk team.

We are looking for energetic and engaging individuals with a genuine interest in social change, education and the empowerment of young people.


Training programmes are delivered across Greater London. MyBnk offices are in central London for meetings and interviews.


Rate for two-hour workshop £110, rate for full day workshop £185. Rates are inclusive of travel within the M25.

You will:​​​​

  • Have a unique and creative style of delivery, and ability to engage young people, taking them on a  memorable learning journey. Ability to think on your feet and embrace new ideas.
  • Have a minimum of two years’ experience delivering content to young people. Ideally you will have worked with different types of young people, varying in group size, age, background, ability and setting.
  • Have a Level 3 AET or PTLLS qualification or higher or carry out this qualification with the support of MyBnk upon employment.
  • Have a grasp on popular and youth culture.
  • Be able to engage young people you are meeting for the first time within different settings including mainstream classrooms, community centres, alternative education organisations (e.g. Pupil Referral Units, YMCAs).
  • Be willing to travel across Greater London.
  • Have a fluent command of English and have the right to live and work in the UK.

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