Richmond and Hillcroft Adult and Community College (RHACC) is a specialist designated institute of adult education. RHACC, operates from two campuses in South West London. The Parkshot campus in central Richmond, where this role is based, is home to The Richmond Business School and is where the Richmond Art School and community theatre, café and information and advice centre are located. The Parkshot building on the same site is home to largely basic skills, ESOL and LLDD programmes that support progression to Access, vocational and professional provision, and community learning and wellbeing provision in Arts, Humanities, Music, Exercise and Technology.
This is a variable hours teaching role which may include teaching on a range of courses. The duties on each course will include course planning, preparation, marking homework and classwork and course administration including the monitoring and supporting learners to complete ILPs. You will be preparing students for internal and external assessments. You may also be asked to support with providing advice and information about Maths courses to a range of learners.
As well as a Degree which shows that you have the knowledge to teach Maths, we expect applicants to hold a full teaching qualification such as the Cert Ed or the equivalent along with QTLS. Previous teaching experience within an adult setting would be an advantage. We would expect you to be able to teach up to GCSE HT level and Functional Skills level 2 but there may also be work available across Entry levels and Level 1. As well as qualification based courses we offer skills based, non-qualification courses for our learners and some experience of RARPA would be an advantage. Courses are scheduled on weekdays and some evenings with Saturday sessions offered as part of the GCSE course. The college is based in Richmond, at the Parkshot centre. However, in response to the current position and following DfE guidelines, the bulk of this work will now be on-line in particular during term 1 of the 2021 academic year. Experience of delivering courses on-line through Microsoft TEAMS will be expected. However, training will be available for the successful candidate.
As a part-time tutor you will be expected to complete the administration associated with these courses. You will also be expected to attend team meetings at least once a term during an academic year. So if you are knowledgeable, dependable and interested in this work and have relevant qualifications and experience, please do apply for this role. Please note, we may take on a number of staff with different specialisms and abilities.