Canadian Improv Games Trainer - Application Form
The Canadian Improv Games is looking to hire Trainer's across Canada for this coming school year! As a specialist in CIG curriculum, you will teach CIG registered high school and secondary school teams during in-school sessions, All Teams meets and Regional Tournaments as assigned.

- Reports to the National Office
- Trains individual teams that have registered for private workshops
- Host training sessions for teachers and new schools
- Works with the Regional Producer or Operations Manager to curate the All-Teams session
- Acts as a local liaison to Regional Producers in facilitating CIG programs

- Full understanding of the Canadian Improv Games training resources
- Up to date knowledge of the Learning Centre
- Minimum 3 years experience with CIG curriculum
- Has received training as a Judge on a Regional or National level
- Has a current vulnerable sector record check
- Has valid driver's license and access to a vehicle (reliable transportation to all schools in your region in mandatory)
- Has a general willingness to learn and accept all forms of improvisation and inspire young people to continue to learn improvisation skills of any style.
- Understands that the Canadian Improv Games has a specific format of improvisation and a clear system of evaluation.

A Trainer is comfortable navigating the balance between a real competition (the CIG) and training for comfort in improvisational failure. We focus on the goal and flourish in the constant change improvisation offers us.

- $17/ hour, hours approved ahead of time by Operations Manager
- contracts run October-May
- infrequent hours based on when schools request training and when CIG events are scheduled
- must be available for events on weekdays and weekends

Current openings:
- Vancouver Island
- North Central Ontario/Toronto/Tri-City
- Kingston
- Montrea/Quebec
- New Brunswick/PEI
Full name *
Email *
Phone number where we can reach you *
In which region are you applying to train? *
Do you have experience working with youth ages 13-18? If yes, explain. *
Do you have experience teaching improv or theatre? If yes, explain. *
Do you currently volunteer with the CIG? If yes, please explain how long and in what capacity *
Do you have access to transportation? *
Workshops very often take place outside of the city centre. Travel costs and mileage will be discussed in the interview- but we need to know if you have reliable access to a vehicle.
Why do you want to become a trainer for the CIG? *
Getting an up to date vulnerable sector check (VSC) is a requirement for working with minors- anyone working with/volunteering for the CIG must have an up to date VSC. Do you have a current VSC or are you willing to get one?
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