PAYE £21.50 ph /LTD or Umbrella £26.82
A central/West London council is currently recruiting for 7 tutors with a minimum of 2 years in teaching functional skills, English and Maths.
The purpose of the job will be to plan, deliver, assess, evaluate and manage classroom activities so as to maximise learners' achievement and success.
MAIN DUTIES and RESPONSIBILITIES
1. To teach an agreed programme of study that utilises a variety of teaching methodologies and approaches to maximise learners' achievement and success.
2. To negotiate and agree learning outcomes, then monitor, assess, review and record learners progress and achievement.
3. To provide appropriate pre-course, on-course information, advice and assessment to support learners progress and identify potential next steps.
4. To ensure learners are correctly enrolled and report their attendance, progress and achievement in accordance with service guidelines.
5. Undertake the preparation and assessment required for learners to successfully complete their learning programme in line with curriculum requirements and service policy.
6. To provide all information or reports required for students to be entered for exams or the completion of other forms of accreditation or assessment.
7. Design and develop courses and programmes in line with the services' agreed objectives and priorities.
8. Keep and maintain a course file in line with curriculum requirements and service policy.
9. Provide as required written information/evaluation/review of their course/s and programme/s for line managers and for dissemination to other interested parties.
10. To maintain an up-dated knowledge and understanding of pertinent professional developments and policy changes. Up-skill teaching methods in line with national, service and technological developments through participation within the services CPD programme. To provide an annual summary/ review of CPD attended and its impact on their teaching and learning
11. To attend as required and contribute to team and service meetings.
12. To improve the success and achievements of the service by actively contributing to agreed quality improvement strategies and plans, including the annual self-assessment cycle.
13. Work within and promote the Council's policies on Safeguarding, Equal Opportunities and PREVENT duty. Support the role of the Service in challenging discrimination and disadvantage in all areas of racism, sexism, disability, ageism and sexual or religious orientation.
14. To ensure that any approved visitor/s, present in the classroom or service buildings, comply with the policies of the service
15. Work to Service and Councils policies and procedures, including health and safety; data protection, financial regulations and to draw to the attention of an appropriate manager any concerns.