Academy trainer

ASVA student union is looking for trainers for the ASVA Academy. the ASVA Academy aims to support active students in their committee and/or board work through training and workshops. Are you flexible, critical and do you have a heart for the active student? Do you have an affinity with study associations of the UvA and the HvA and would you like to give training to a group of active students a few times a year in order to transfer your knowledge? Then read on quickly!

ASVA offers training courses to study associations, student associations and decentralized participation bodies via ASVA Academy. Active students can gain knowledge and skills that are useful in a board, participation council or committee. Examples of this are training courses on meetings, acquisition, Photoshop, treasurership and managing committees. For more information, visit

As a trainer, you help active students and student organizations to develop further and you are part of a network of active and inquisitive trainers. If you have already given a training then that is a plus, but certainly not a must!

You will receive training as a trainer from us. There are also regular training days where you can follow professional workshops to improve your trainer skills, so there is a lot to learn.

The ASVA student union is the central representative of the students of Amsterdam and fulfills many different tasks. ASVA stands up for students at the municipality, universities, colleges and national parties in the field of education, student housing and public transport, organizes events and offers students services such as cheap bicycles and free legal aid. ASVA is an organization for and by students!

Do you want to provide training to active students? Then ASVA is looking for you! Mail for more information or apply directly by sending your CV and a motivation letter to

We especially encourage people of color and people from other marginalized groups to apply – even if you don’t feel like you meet all the criteria exactly. It is important for us as an organization to form a representative picture of Amsterdam student life. We acknowledge that this job posting stems in part from our assumptions; although we try to rectify this, we recognize that this is not always possible.