When I was living in England I met several people from different Nationalities. I enjoyed learning their languages and in turn I helped them to learn English. There is four aspects that we tried to master: Speaking, understanding, reading and writing. Over a period of 6 months my friends felt more at home in England and more confident to apply for jobs they were qualified for but could not get before hand, because of the language barrier. It was truly a rewarding experience to help my friends and I enjoyed it so much that I returned to my country to finish my studies and I became a teacher.
My name is Nadia. I have taught English at School level and University level. I have also helped adults to improve their English. Interaction is sometimes the best way to improve vocabulary. Grammar requires a step by step approach and a lot of patience. Witch the necessary assistance one can achieve desirable result. Learning to ,aster a new Language can be intimidating but with practice it confidence is build.
I have taught many students from grade R to grade 12. I have also helped many adults and have found the experience extremely rewarding. My aim was to cultivate a love for the English Language and for reading. If have not interest in what you are doing you will find it difficult to enjoy it and master it
Curriculum Vitae of Nadia Oosthuizen
Name: Nadia Oosthuizen
DATE OF BIRTH: 18 May 1981
CONTACT DETAILS: +2(concealed information) or (concealed information)
NATIONALITY: South African
LANGUAGES: English and Afrikaans and Russian. I speak and understand Tswanna and Sotho a little bit.
CRIMINAL RECORD: None
DRIVERS LICENSE: Code 8
ACHIEVED 1999: Grade 12
Leceum National Private College in Potchefstroom
INSTITUTION: University of Port Elizabeth
QUALIFICATION: National Diploma in Fine Art and Design
SUBJECTS: Please see the attached transcripts for a full list of subjects achieved
QUALIFICATION: Post Graduate Diploma in Higher and Tertiary Education
Please see attached transcripts for list of Subjects
Christian Academy: 2015- December 2016
TASKS: I was part of a team that undertook the Grade one class for 2016. We used CAPS and Cambridge Curriculum combined. Although it was the first time that I have taught Grade Ones it was an extremely rewarding career opportunity and the Grade One’s reached all their learning Objectives as set out by the Department of Education.
Character References: Angelique Peters: Co -Grade one Tutor and Educator/Colleague
(+27) 74 688 5095
Harrismith Christian Academy 2014 -2015
TASKS: I was in charge of the grade 6 and 7 learning center and performed the basics duties of a Supervisor. My task was to assist the learners in all academic matters in all Subjects. Learners sit in their own offices and put up a flag if they require help in academic questions. It is the task of the learning center Supervisor to help learners in all academic matters. This includes all subjects
References: Mr William Gordon / School Principal
+27 58 622 1664 or +(concealed information)
Clare Killian – Classroom assistant
+27 74 765 9780
George Killian- School Board of Directors
+27 72 630 1841
Lofdal Christian School: 2010 – 2012
TASKS: Basic Duties of a grade 8 and 9 Supervisor. Assisting the learners in all academic subjects. Learners sit in their own offices and put up a flag if they require help in academic questions. It is the task of the learning center Supervisor to help learners in all academical matters . This includes all subjects
References: Mr Hendrik Malan,
+27 18 484 8180
+27 82 445 0613
Morrison Utility Services 2007 -2009 (England)
TASKS: Dealing with professional and processing of Compliance Documentation.
Meeting and greeting Customers on site managers/ directors
Booking Meetings and Audio meetings
Printing, handling and distributing of confidential documents
Logging and Capturing of Incident Reports for the Suffolk Region
General Office admin and Office based Quality Control
Damage Repair Reports for County Council
Customer care and Customer complaints
P.A duties and site office document controller
Reference: Mr Marc Darlow Regional Manager
Dalehead Foods 2004 -2006 (England)
TASKS: Food Industry Quality Control
Controlling of Hygiene Standards
Quality Control of Food Packaging
The manager that I reported to, Mr David Winter has since left the company and I was unable to keep in contact as I returned to South Africa in 2009.
Alfresco Full Color Outdoor Graphics: 2001- 2003 (Port-Elizabeth)
TASKS: Graphic Artist- Advertising
Murals and Sign writing and Installation of Billboards and Public Sculptures
This company is under new management since Dr Chris Chris Adendorf has been Re assigned as Lecturer at the University of Port Elizabeth.
Dr Adendorf was the owner of the company.
Extra Curricular activities and Interests
NETBALL: I have done Netball Grading as umpire and Coach
CONSERVATION: Occasionally during week ends and Holidays I do volunteer work as a Ranger at a local Nature Conservation Park. Nature Conservation is something I am really passionate about.
ART AND ILLUSTRATION: I am an Artist and am currently in the process of illustrating a children’s book about the animals in the Karoo. (This is something I do during the School Holidays.)
ANTIQUES: I restore antique furn
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