The trainers will be responsible for running data journalism training for partner newsrooms, universities and as part of local community events like Hacks/Hackers.
You will be reviewing current content and practices while creating or localising the material to fit different contexts. Trainers will also be responsible for creating and delivering a training development plan complete with materials, tutorials, instructions, and learning resources such as online modules and guides.
You will be collecting information about participants and monitor the impact of the training activities.
Do you think you have what it takes to join the team? Get more details about the job opening here and how to apply for the job here!
Code for Africa (CfA) is the continent’s largest federation of data journalism and civic technology laboratories, with labs in four countries and affiliates in a further six countries.
CfA manages the $1m/year innovateAFRICA.fund and $500,000/year impactAFRICA.fund, as well as key digital democracy resources such as the openAFRICA.net data portal and the GotToVote.cc election toolkit.
CfA’s labs also incubate a series of trendsetting initiatives, including the PesaCheck fact-checking initiative in East Africa, the continental africanDRONE network, and the African Network of Centres for Investigative Reporting (ANCIR) that spearheaded Panama Papers probes across the continent. CfA is an initiative of the International Center for Journalists (ICFJ).
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