|Job Title||Study Programme Vocational Tutor - EXPIRED|
|Salary||£11.50 - £13.50 per hour|
|Job Published||11 Mar 2015|
|Contact Name||TPP Education|
A charity which aims to provide services that help people in tough situations turn their lives around are currently recruiting for a part time tutor in the Wokingham area to teach 16-18year olds as part of their Study Programme offering.
The Study Programme ensures all learning content is tailored to individual needs, interests and aspirations, and all programmes are designed to complement both vocational and academic learner pathways. Through the programme young people are supported to gain the skills required to progress into apprenticeship training, employment or further education.
Programmes are usually between three and six months in length (unless the learner takes an NVQ Level 1 qualification, which lasts for 12 months) and consist of three main components:
personal and social development including employability skills
functional skills (English and Maths).
Young people are supported with:
an individual plan with realistic and achievable goals
the development of employability skills
regular one-to-one progress meetings
information, advice and guidance about employment, training and education options available
The tutor will deliver the OCN schemes of work, develop creative PSHME lessons, provide 1:1 support for the key learners as well as help students find work experience placements.
The hours of work will be between 9:30am -3pm Mon- Wed with remaining hours made up on a Thursday.
This will be a temporary position starting ASAP until the end of June with a view to then be taken onto a rolling permanent contract directly with the organisation.
You will be required to hold or be willing to undergo an enhanced DBS check as well as hold relevant tutoring qualification.
To apply for this role please contact the Education Team quoting J50933KP
TPP is committed to equal opportunities and actively encourages applications from all sectors of the community. We shortlist based on competencies and not on race, religion, sex, physical or mental disability, or age.