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Westminster Kingsway College


£42,330 per Annum
Job type:
Full Time, Permanent
Apply by:
19 October 2017

Job overview

The post holder will be primarily responsible for overseeing EHCPs and ensuring that WKC meets its statutory obligations under the Children and Families Act 2015 by taking responsibility for managing the arrangements for Post 16 and Post 22-25 transition for students with Education, Health and Care plans. The successful candidate will co-ordinate annual reviews for EHCP learners and will build effective relationships with parents to ensure positive solutions to meet learning needs.

You will experience of working with learners with SEN coupled with experience of preparing evidence for any Local Authority SEN Tribunal cases. You will have experience of managing arrangements for Post 16 and Post 22-5 transition for students with Education, Health and Care plans. Having an understanding of the challenges facing young people with SEN in an inner city setting is essential. You will also have good administrative and analytical skills, be proactive in maintaining full and accurate records of various types, and contribute actively to the process of continuous quality improvement.

If the above sounds like you and you are interested in applying for the above post please visit our website www.westking.ac.uk to download the job description/person specification and application form. Please note that CVs will not be accepted and you will need to complete an application form to be considered for this position. 

If you have any queries please email hrhelpdesk@capitalccg.ac.uk  

Please note that if this post involves the post holder having direct contact with, or unsupervised responsibility for, children or vulnerable adults then, they will be required to undertake a Disclosure and Barring Service check before they can take up the position.

Closing date: 20/10/2017

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About Westminster Kingsway College

Westminster Kingsway College is a mixed, non-selective, non-denominational further education college in the London Borough of Camden and the London Borough of Westminster, serving pupils from the age of 16 and above. The college has approximately 14,000 students on record every year.

Westminster Kingsway College was founded in 2000 after the amalgamation of Westminster College and Kingsway College. It has learning centres across London in King’s Cross, Regents Park, Camden, Victoria and Soho. It offers students a number of full and part time courses including A levels and vocational courses at Level 1, 2, and 3. The college provides training on behalf of a range of organisations, including South Bank University, Compass Limited, Travelodge, The British Council and Ministry of Defence. 


Andy Wilson

Values and vision

Westminster Kingsway College’s mission is to support all students in an inclusive and welcoming community, where individuals can discover and fulfil their potential and achieve to the highest of their attainment. The college works to ensure that teachers have extensive industry experience in their field of study to be on hand to help students learn the required skills to succeed. It is important to the college that students feel safe and happy during their time learning and offers a wide range of support, including personal tutors, careers advisors and financial advisors.


“Collaborative work with partner organisations is outstanding. Highly successful partnerships have resulted in significant numbers of learners, many of whom were previously disengaged from education, successfully following courses that meet their needs.”

View Westminster Kingsway College’s latest Ofsted report

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