TPP recruits effectively to a range of Education and Training jobs within not for profit
organisations. These diverse interesting roles fall into the following categories:
Education professionals working for Charities, NGOs, or public sector bodies
TPP work closely with a number of charities who recruit for education specialists to promote their message, through a variety of different mediums including e-learning, brochures, and face to face training sessions. Raising awareness for a charity is incredibly important in delivering their overall objective.
We also recruit for educational specialists within universities, colleges and schools. This includes special education needs. Ideally candidates will be qualified to degree level in an education related subject including teaching and/or have experience within the third and public sectors in a similar role. A background as a Curator would also be beneficial.
Education Policy Advisors
Education policy is constantly changing and it is important for all educational institutes and charities working in the sector to keep abreast of new legislation and policy. We provide specialist staff to provide curriculum development and policy advise both in the UK and overseas. Typically candidates need to be a Senior Educational Specialist and have experience of whole school improvement or the design, delivery and improvement of examinations and quality assurance.
Education Professionals working for Membership bodies
Membership bodies provide an integral part of ongoing CPD for their members. Roles within this sector would range from online modules, education courses, CPD, examinations and assessments. To apply for roles within this area, it is always beneficial to be a personal advocate of your own personal CPD and be able to demonstrate examples of this. Experience within one of these sectors is always desirable.
Education Professionals working in Museums or Heritage sectors
TPP provide Education specialists to deliver learning programmes to museums, the arts and heritage centres. Most cultural organisations take part in learning for young people and disadvantaged groups in the community. A clear passion for learning and development is key to acquiring a role in this area, as is a strong education background.
Welfare to Work Education Professionals
A variety of Charities, NGOs and public sector bodies provide welfare to work and employability services helping disadvantaged groups and NEET students find employment as well as helping people gain skills and further their education. There are a range of vacancies for people involved in employment advising, mentoring, basic skills training, and delivery of vocational qualifications within a variety of different settings. Qualifications employers look for in this area are the IAG advice and guidance course, A1 assessor and PTTLS.
Academic Delivery and Training
TPP provide Lecturers, Teachers, Tutors and Trainers to deliver a wide variety of courses to young people, ex-offenders, special education needs, NEET client’s, people with disabilities, people with mental health problems, adult education and further education.
Experience working with a particular client group is beneficial as well as working in a training or coaching role previously. Qualifications vary depending on the role, however usually PTTLS, A1 assessor or teacher qualifications are required.
- Getting into the charitable sector
- Getting into the Charity Sector Podcast
- Working in HR
- Getting into Charity Finance
- Getting into Fundraising
- Working in Marketing
- Working in PR
- Getting a support job in a charity
- Becoming a Chief Executive
- Becoming a Trustee
- Getting into Social Care
- Working in the Healthcare Sector
- Nursing for a charity