Community Teacher - Family Learning 0.5
Salary - £24,556 per annum (pro rata)
Closing Date – Thursday 25th January 2018
Interview Date – Tuesday 6th February 2018
Are you a primary teacher or early year’s practitioner who would like to try a new and exciting challenge? Family Learning engages parents in learning with their children to improve the life chances of both generations. We are looking for a talented and student focused Community Teacher – Family Learning to join our enthusiastic team at Lancashire Adult Learning on part time, permanent basis working 17.5 hours per week; someone who can turn their hand to English, Arts and Crafts, Science, Robotics, Digital Making, Coding or Parenting skills.
Lancashire Adult Learning (LAL) is an adult education college providing opportunities for individuals to learn, develop, work and prosper at all stages of life. The college is focused on making Lancashire a place where everyone matters; a place where everyone can enjoy equal and quality life chances, and be respected in their communities. Part of Nelson and Colne College (Ofsted Outstanding), Lancashire Adult Learning offers a fantastic benefits package including a generous occupational pension scheme and access to continued professional development.
Delivering inspiring and exciting adult programmes in Family Learning, the ideal candidate will focus on embracing the College ethos that every learner will achieve their full potential and positively represent the College both internally and externally at all times.
Main duties include:
· Teach on a range of community adult programmes (Family Learning), delivering effective learning (405 annual hours)
· Plan and prepare high quality teaching and learning
· Develop and share resources with the team
· Follow College procedures on RARPA for adult and community learners
· Prepare learners for accreditation, where appropriate
The ideal candidate will have:
· Degree or equivalent qualification in a relevant subject area (Family Learning)
· Recognised teaching qualification, or a willingness to achieve one within three years of appointment
· Minimum GCSE grade C (or equivalent) in Maths and English
· Level 5 qualification in a relevant subject area (desirable)
How to apply:
If you’re interested in this post and would like to find out more, please visit our website and complete an online application form.
Please note: All of our posts are subject to an enhanced DBS check due to working with vulnerable adults and children. Should you wish to discuss this further, please get in touch with the HR team.