Sessional tutors to teach in Merton on the LLDD courses: Exercise, Dance and Drama
RHACC’s mission is to empower adults by unlocking their potential through learning, skills and enterprise. We are looking for variable hours tutors to teach on courses for LLDD learners. The courses will be offered at these locations; Raynes Park Library and the Jan Malinowski centre. We have a need for tutors in the following subjects - Exercise, Dance and Drama. Courses are scheduled on different days of the week. Courses will run term time only across the academic year starting in September 2020. Previous teaching experience on LLDD provision – pre-entry courses - would be an advantage. You should also be familiar with RARPA procedures and how to work with learners to write ILPs with SMART targets and support the learners to achieve their individual targets.
You will have subject specific experience and qualifications, we expect applicants to hold a minimum teaching qualification such as the PTLLS, the 7407 Stage 1 or the equivalent. You should have some experience of teaching on pre-Entry provision. As per our Tutor Training and Development strategy, it is desirable for you to have DTLLS /PGCE / Cert Ed, or Level 5 Diploma in Education and Training, or equivalent as well as a relevant Level 3+ qualification in the vocational subject.
As a part-time tutor you will be expected to complete the administration associated with these courses. You will be expected to attend team meetings once a term during an academic year for which you will be paid. There will be a number of cpd opportunities through the year to enable you to upskill as a professional tutor and the college would expect you to attend a number of these training sessions.
So if you are knowledgeable, dependable and interested in this work and have relevant qualifications and experience, please do apply for this role. We will be taking on a number of staff with different specialisms and abilities. Please do indicate on your application which subject area you are interested in – this may be more than one area and if you can, please also indicate your availability; for example, you may only be available to teach on particular days/times.
About the College
We welcome over 7000 learners through the doors of our two campuses each year. Our learners reflect our community, coming from all abilities, backgrounds and ages. Our curriculum is equally diverse - we offer over 2000 courses of excellent quality across multiple disciplines.
We are dedicated to closing the achievement gaps between the most advantaged and disadvantaged adults in our community. We are proud of our specialist courses which help adults with learning disabilities develop skills for life, work and independent living; plus our women-only offer which helps women get back into learning and employment.
Our college extends over two beautiful campuses in Richmond and Surbiton, with dedicated art and business schools, a 120-seat theatre, offices, classrooms, workshops and kitchens, as well as a newly-created co-working space. We are ambitious for the future of the college. Plans are in place to design and build a new purpose-built teaching centre at our Surbiton campus by 2022.