Hopwood Hall College
- National Minimum Wage
- Job type:
- Full Time, Fixed Term
- Apply by:
- 25 September 2017
To support the VLE Coordinator and the iLearn Developers to provide a high quality experience for all stakeholders.
1. To contribute to the maintenance, development and up keep of the VLE, including, but not limited to, course structure, reports, user accounts, functionality and future developments.
2. To assist the VLE Coordinator and iLearn development team with induction, training and support for both staff and learners, this will include the research and development of iLearning content and modules.
3. To provide support to the iLearn developers in sourcing content or developing bespoke material.
4. To work towards key departmental objectives and contribute to the quality processes linked to the overall improvement of the area.
5. To build links with key stakeholders of the VLE and iLearning such as the learners, staff, IT, MIS to enable us to continually improve the service.
6. To collaborate with the iLearn developers to trial, evaluate and assess effectiveness of content and return on investment.
7. To participate in auditing and analysis of the VLE and content to ensure all users are receiving a consistent, high quality service.
8. To provide support to iLearn Centres, coaches and users to ensure a quality experience, including but not limited to, access to e-books and other electronic resources.
9. To deliver a positive customer service to all users at all times.
10. Ensure continuous development and improvement of professional knowledge.
11. Any other duties, of a similar level of responsibility, as may be required.
About Hopwood Hall College
- Hopwood Hall College
- Rochdale Road, Middleton
- M24 6XH
- United Kingdom
Hopwood Hall College is a further education college located in Rochdale, Greater Manchester. The college was first established in 1992, and since its founding has seen extensive redevelopment and modernisation, including the installation of a brand-new technology centre in 2012 which provides facilities for studying motor vehicle maintenance, engineering and brickwork. Although the college had previously contained its own sixth form centre, since 2010 Hopwood Hall has concentrated solely on vocational qualifications for school leavers, along with its extensive adult-education programmes. The college occupies two main sites, located close by to each other in Greater Manchester, each providing a range of high-quality teaching facilities.
Values and Vision
Hopwood Hall College offers a huge range of subjects from entry-level courses up to foundation degrees, with part-time provision available for adult students looking to pursue their qualifications while working. In terms of younger students, Hopwood Hall begins accepting students at age 14, providing entry-level vocational qualifications and, potentially, apprenticeships for Key Stage 4 pupils looking to study outside of school. We have a purpose-built Salon, Restaurant and Technology Centre as well as extensive Sports and Animal Care facilities. Outside of study, the college also works hard to foster a sense of community among its students, playing host to a range of recreational common areas for students to relax and socialise.
“Leaders and senior managers have re-focused the college’s community learning provision. They have established good links with community groups to engage with learners who have not participated in education and training for some time. These learners benefit from the development of their essential English and mathematical skills, including English for speakers of other languages; they are progressing to further study and/or employment.”
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