The EUTC is seeking to appoint an outstanding graduate to coordinate and deliver our inclusion and learning support programme from this September 2017.
This role offers an excellent opportunity for aspiring teachers, or those considering a future career in education (eg. Educational Psychology, Speech and Language), to gain invaluable experience working directly with the college SENDCo and Student Services team. The successful candidate will be directly involved in envisioning and implementing a programme of powerful support for 14 - 19 year old students who face barriers to their learning (such as those who are disadvantaged or have learning needs).
The EUTC was opened in September 2013, as a comprehensive 14-19 college, to provide specialist education within the creative media arts. Now about to enter its fifth year it has established itself as a learning centre that offers an different approach to mainstream education for young people who share our passion for the creative media arts and culture industries.
The college aims to create an environment in which our students can achieve their maximum potential. Through high expectations and individualised challenge we prepare our students to become consummate professionals in the creative technology sector.
The college currently has 365 students on role. Approximately 140 are aged 14 - 16 with the rest being part of our sixth form. Students come from all walks of life and share a passion for what we do at the college creating a compassionate and cohesive cohort of young people.
The successful candidate will join our small, friendly and supportive team of experienced staff. The College offers excellent opportunities for CPD and we have previously offered successful teacher training programmes (through Schools Direct, provided by our university partner), a great starting point for candidates looking to gain Qualified Teacher Status in the future.