Mr. Robert Trufit – Wist – Westminster international school in Tashkent

Mr. Robert Trufit

In 2009, after becoming a father for the first time Rob began working in Community Early Years schools. In 2011 he gained his qualification in Playwork and began working with children in underprivileged parts of the UK. Rob began to work with children and Young people with Special educational and emotional needs. He transitioned from Education to Healthcare in 2015 to work as a Specialist support worker and Phlebotomist in the NHS. Rob has been working in medicine for the last 5 years. Whilst travelling with his wife and 2 children across Asia, his passion for advocating for children in primary education has been reignited. Rob has traveled extensively throughout Asia including China, Vietnam, Thailand and Cambodia He enjoys playing and teaching rugby, basketball, baseball, ice hockey and archery He is Excited for his new adventure in Tashkent!

Qualifications

City and Guilds- Playwork NVQ advanced Diploma Level 3- Including stages of child development, safe working practices and understanding of children’s rights and access to inclusion
TEFL UK 150 Hours Masters in Teaching English as a Foreign Language.
Stanford Emergency Medicine Program for Emergency Response (SEMPER) Stanford University online.
Level 3 Emergency First Aid