Would you like to be a part of the UK’s leading education and wellbeing charity, and arguably the most recognisable and iconic of all charity brands with almost 200 years of history? Central YMCA has an exciting opportunity for a Study Programme Tutor to design, plan and deliver inspirational programmes of learning that engage and motivate young people to progress and achieve.
As the Study Programme Tutor, you will need the following:
PGCE/Cert in Education or L5 Diploma in Education and Training
Qualified to Level 3 in your own vocational specialist subject
Experience of teaching young people ages between 14 – 16 and 16-19
Experience of working with individuals with varying behaviour management needs and barriers to learning
Skills in the planning and delivering programmes that meet individual learner needs within a group setting and using individual learning plans to maximise learner progress and success
Experience of embedding and underpinning employability, social skills, English and maths into teaching, learning and assessment activities
Experience of embedding and underpinning equality and diversity into teaching, learning and assessment activities
Experience of teaching maths and/or English up to L2 and/or GCSE
Experience of designing, planning, tracking and monitoring the impact on the individual of teaching, learning and assessment to meet the Ofsted standards
This really is a fantastic opportunity to join our team and do something great for yourself – and for others. Are you up for the challenge?
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If you require any support or reasonable adjustments during the recruitment process, please let us know and we will be happy to assist.
We are passionate and committed to championing equality, diversity and inclusion in all our activities and welcome expressions of interest from all sections of society.
For any individual who will be working with us, all recruitment and engagement processes will be subject to pre-employment checks (including referencing and an appropriate level of disclosure via the Disclosure and Barring Service).