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EHCP Officer

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Cambridge Regional College


  • Expiring soon
£23,282 - £24,847 p.a.
Job type:
Full Time, Permanent
Apply by:
7 December 2017

Job description

There has been unprecedented growth in student numbers with Education, Health & Care Plans(EHCPs). The successful candidate will support a case load of young people offering direct interventions and advice to support transition, retention and success. The role will also include family/advocate liaison as appropriate and culminate in the chairing of an Annual EHCP Review.  

The successful candidate will be expected to work collegiately with support and delivery staff, as well as with external agents to ensure that the College fulfils its statutory and contractual obligations. This will include preparing, chairing and reporting Annual EHCP Reviews on a regular basis.   

Interviews will be held on the 15th December 2017.

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About Cambridge Regional College

+44 1223 418200

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Cambridge Regional College is a co-educational further education college located in Cambridge. Providing places to students aged 14 and over, the college has several thousand learners young and old, full and part-time. Cambridge Regional College has seen extensive redevelopment and modernisation over the years, and as such can boast of a wide range of modern teaching and recreational facilities, with the most recent major development, which opened in 2011, providing the college with a brand new Low Carbon Centre. The college also plays host to a number of vocational teaching workshops and study areas.


Mr Mark Robertson

Values and Vision

Cambridge Regional College works hard to provide a strong range of practical and vocational learning opportunities for students, supported by a well-taught and inclusive curriculum. Aside from a large number of vocational and pre-professional qualifications, the college also has a range of apprenticeship opportunities available for younger learners. The part-time courses at the college are designed to be accessible and flexible for older learners looking to work a job while studying. 


“Governors, senior leaders and managers have maintained the good quality of education, training and support in the college since the previous inspection. You and your team have maintained and increased the focus on sustaining the quality of teaching, learning and assessment and the large majority of learners and apprentices are making at least the progress expected of them.”

The full report into Cambridge Regional College can be found here.

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