I am very grateful for having been given the opportunity to introduce you to the CIDUP Outsourcing Area. I have been in charge of this area since February 2015, and it is still amazing to realise all the things we have learned and shared.
Our 2017 programmes are being kicked off in our clients´ premises. But, what does the CIDUP Outsourcing Area do?
We have the great responsibility to transfer our teachers, programmes, methodology, resources, evaluation system and projects to a wide range of educational institutions like schools, Language Centres, Universities and the Armed Forces Academies.
Army Academy in Chorrillos
We are always willing to achieve our goals and to pass on the CIDUP and UP culture to them. Through it, we can make the CIDUP Vision and Mission come true.
This cannot be possible without the invaluable, professional and outstanding job that our 10 team leaders and over 80 professional teachers do every single day, handling about 2,500 students.
I love calling them “the Outsourcing - Off Road Teachers!.”
Offload teacher in action
They are ready to overcome any unpredictable situation wherever they are appointed or come up with creative ideas outside the box when, for instance, technological devices are not working properly as they always do in our two CIDUP branches.
The main and most difficult job is to align two institutions signing a contract to get the best out of each other. In our case, this is achieved through continuous visits to our clients and endless meetings, not only with the authorities, but also with our teachers and students. We also train our teaching staff and create awareness of the students´ profiles, according to each institution, carry out systematic class observations and implement precise end-of cycle teacher performance assessment along with rich and effective positive feedback to our teachers. At the same time, this is achieved through the help and support provided by our clients that expect the highest quality service.
Due to this, fortunately, we have started to see the light at the end of the tunnel. We have started to harvest the fruit of all our work, passion and dedication.
Training session @Miraflores
I am looking forward to having the same positive impact, not only on the different institutions we work with, but also on each and every teacher who has taken on the challenge of working in the Outsourcing Area.
Estela Pillichody - Academic Coordinator