Job details

Job details
Employer The Petty Pool Trust
Location Cheshire West and Chester
Salary £25755 per annum (NQT starting at £19255)
Contract type Full Time
Contract term Fixed Term Suitable for NQTs
Job dates
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JOB TITLE:  Tutor - Learners with High Needs on 16-19 Study Programmes

LOCATION:  Petty Pool Vocational College, Pool Lane, Sandiway, Cheshire, CW8 2DR

REPORTS TO:  Curriculum Director

SALARY:   £25755 per annum (NQT starting at £19255)

HOURS: Monday – Friday 8.30am – 4.30pm. Term Time only, approx. 11 weeks off per annum. This is a 12 month contract.

DBS: Enhanced check required  

NO CVs – Closing date for receipt of completed applications – 26 June 2017 

Summary

Responsible for the efficient and effective running of your department, you will plan, deliver and assess learners with High Needs on 16-19 Study Programmes. This will include the design & production of   appropriate learning and assessment materials and the practical delivery of   sessions for accredited qualifications ranging from pre-entry to Level 1, depending on course / cohort. The role will also include the pastoral care of learners on your course.

Responsibilities

· Initial, diagnostic, baseline   and ongoing assessments in vocational area and also functional skills using BKSB

· To set appropriate SMART targets via the Individual Learning Plans (ILP)

· To carry out regular reviews; record, track, monitor and report on learner progress and complete   evaluations

· To produce detailed Schemes for Learning for Courses / Units

· To prepare appropriate learning and assessment materials

· To deliver high quality lessons and produce lesson plans

· To identify opportunities for candidates to demonstrate competence and collect evidence

· To identify valid and sufficient evidence and sources of evidence to meet national standards

· To deliver training & education to prescribed standards, meeting the requirements of funding   bodies

· To teach in a variety of styles 

· To individualize  learning and differentiate delivery for all learners

· To manage Learner Mentors effectively to maximise learning, providing them with clear   instructions

· To accurately assess and record students additional support requirements, building on EHC plans

· To report and log student incidents allowing a comprehensive case of additional support to be   compiled

· To comply with Safeguarding and Prevent policy and procedures at all times, ensuring the   safety of all learners

· To provide a positive  role model for all students and act as a Personal Tutor providing pastoral   care and support

· To deliver group tutorial sessions, 1:1 tutorial discussions and monitor target setting and   progress

· To work with learners to plan ‘Get up & go’ Life Skills sessions to meet individual personal, social   & wellbeing needs

· To plan & deliver an Enrichment programme of activities to enhance the learner experience of   college life

· To motivate, advise and support students at all times

· To work as part of a team sharing ideas and experiences

· To promote and maintain a stimulating, progressive classroom environment

· To demonstrate consistent confidentiality in all matters concerning students

· To take responsibility for students when taking part in off-site activities

· To take responsibility for students whilst transporting them in Petty Pool Trust vehicles

· To take responsibility for maintaining Health & Safety on and off site, undertaking relevant   risk assessment activity

· To organise and facilitate suitable vocational work placements for learners on the course to   be accessed on a rota basis

· To utilize existing links to enhance the course and develop new community projects through   partnership opportunities

· To be proactive in cultivating new links with industry and organisations active in the   vocational area

· To participate in college observation systems in order to quality assure Teaching, Learning and   Assessment

· To take part in training and CPD opportunities and required by the college

· To take part in residential holidays as required by the college

· To support the ethos of the college and promote equality and diversity

· To be flexible and easily able to adapt to changes in duties, routine and circumstances

· To accept the daily fluctuations within the organisation and support requirements of learners


About the employer

Locations and contacts

Pool Lane
Sandiway
Cheshire
CW8 2DR
United Kingdom