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Contract, Part-time
Plymouth
Posted 6 months ago


Job Category : Education Qualified
Location : On Course South West, Plymouth City Council
Hours Per Week : 6.00
Start Date :Immediate Start
Start Time : 09:00
End Time : 17:30
Salary: £15.26

New Tutors required for specialist subject delivery involved in the new humanities offer within OCSW.

Job Features

Job CategoryEducation, Education and Training Jobs

Job Category : Education QualifiedLocation : On Course South West, Plymouth City CouncilHours Per Week : 6.00Start Date :Immediate StartStart Time : 09:00End Time : 17:30Salary: £15.26 New Tutors req…

Contract, Part-time
Widnes, Cheshire
Posted 2 years ago


Job Category : Education
Location : Kingsway Learning Centre, Widnes, WA8 7QY, Halton Borough Council
Hours Per Week : 20.00
Start Date : Immediate Start
Start Time : 09:00
End Time : 17:30
Salary: £13.92

Experience of teaching maths at lower and higher levels

MAIN PURPOSE OF THE JOB:
To design and deliver quality Adult Learning programmes and assess and monitor the learning and achievements of adult learners.

KEY DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

  1. Work as part of the Employment, Learning and Skills Division in Halton, delivering learning programmes to adults from a wide variety of backgrounds and in a range of community venues including schools, community venues, libraries etc.
  2. Be involved in promoting learning programmes to potential learners and to partner organisations within the borough.
  3. Prepare learning programmes, including production of session plans and schemes of work for those programmes delivered.
  4. Maintain other records in line with the requirements of the Common Inspection Framework – registers, contact logs, learner feedback, etc.
  5. Monitor learner progress and achievements including assignments and national tests/assessments in accordance with awarding body requirements and offer learners advice/information about the next steps.
  6. Evaluate learning programmes and produce termly reports on the strengths and weaknesses of provision.
  7. Deliver sessions with enthusiasm and sound, up to date knowledge.
  8. Be aware of the needs of learners and respond accordingly within the teaching environment, for example, provision of specialist resources and implementation of the Equality Act 2010.
  9. Work in partnership with other tutors in Halton, for example, within Children’s Centres, Early Years, Further Education, Community and Voluntary Sector, local companies, etc.
  10. Attend staff training and development, as appropriate and to keep up to date with pre-16 and post-16 teaching methods.
  11. Work as a team player within the Employment, Learning and Skills Team.
  12. Work with key partners within the borough to develop new programmes to meet the needs of adults eg Job Centres, Halton People into Jobs, local learning providers, employers, etc.
  13. Undertake any other duties and responsibilities as may be assigned from time to time, which are commensurate with the grade of the job.

Job Features

Job CategoryEducation and Training Jobs

Job Category : EducationLocation : Kingsway Learning Centre, Widnes, WA8 7QY, Halton Borough CouncilHours Per Week : 20.00Start Date : Immediate StartStart Time : 09:00End Time : 17:30Salary: £13.92 …

Contract, Full Time
Berkshire
Posted 2 years ago


Job Category : Education (non-qualified)
Location : Time Square, Bracknell Forest Council
Hours Per Week : 37.00
Start Date : Immediate Start
Start Time : 09:00
End Time : 17:30
Salary: £10.41

• To support the effective and efficient delivery of the Education Tuition Service for Children and Young People of statutory school age who are unable to attend school due to their medical needs
• To provide support to the Tuition Service Manager and Lead Tutor
• To be the first point of contact for Parents, Carers, Tutors and referring Professionals
• To work in partnership with the Tuition Business Support Officer

Job Features

Job CategoryEducation and Training Jobs

Job Category : Education (non-qualified)Location : Time Square, Bracknell Forest CouncilHours Per Week : 37.00Start Date : Immediate StartStart Time : 09:00End Time : 17:30Salary: £10.41 • To suppo…

Contract, Full Time
Berkshire
Posted 2 years ago


Job Category : Education (non-qualified)
Location : Time Square, Bracknell Forest Council
Hours Per Week : 37.00
Start Date : Immediate Start
Start Time : 09:00
End Time : 17:30
Salary: £12.50

• To provide comprehensive and proactive Business Support to the Tuition
• Service
• To support the effective and efficient delivery of the Education Tuition Service for Children and Young People of statutory school age who are unable to attend school due to their medical needs
• To provide business support to the Tuition Service Manager and Lead Tutor
• To work in partnership with the Tuition Service Administrator
Skills and qualifications
Qualification in Business Administration NVQ Level 3 or equivalent.

Educated to a minimum GCSE standard, including English and Mathematics at Grade C or above (or equivalent)

Competence Summary
(Knowledge, abilities, skills, experience)
Understanding of and commitment to the requirements of safeguarding children, young people, vulnerable adults and promoting their welfare.

Experience of working within an education setting and knowledge of how schools function

Excellent ICT skills including use of Microsoft Outlook, Word, Teams, PowerPoint, Excel and experience of using databases for accurate data input and interpretation

Excellent interpersonal skills with the ability to communicate clearly and confidently both orally and in writing, with officers at all levels in the Council, plus external partners and stakeholders including parents, carers, schools and other professionals.

Able to take a proactive and creative approach to business management and problem solving

Excellent time management and organisational skills, with experience of working in a fast-paced environment and prioritising to meet deadlines and targets

Ability to work flexibly, and as part of a team, and to assist other staff and management to meet deadlines and targets
Discrete and experienced in dealing with confidential and sensitive matters

Job Features

Job CategoryEducation and Training Jobs

Job Category : Education (non-qualified)Location : Time Square, Bracknell Forest CouncilHours Per Week : 37.00Start Date : Immediate StartStart Time : 09:00End Time : 17:30Salary: £12.50 • To provi…

Contract, Full Time
North Yorkshire
Posted 2 years ago


Job Category : Education
Location : Northallerton Registration Office, Northallerton, DL7 8AD, North Yorkshire County Council
Hours Per Week : 9.00
Start Date : Immediate Start
Start Time : 09:00
End Time : 12:00
Salary: £18.75

Tutoring a child with additional needs weds, thurs and friday mornings at Rossett acre Primary School, Pannal Ash Road, Harrogate HG2 9PH.
9am to 12 noon
Experience working with children with additional needs essential.

Job Features

Job CategoryEducation and Training Jobs

Job Category : EducationLocation : Northallerton Registration Office, Northallerton, DL7 8AD, North Yorkshire County CouncilHours Per Week : 9.00Start Date : Immediate StartStart Time : 09:00End Time …

Contract, Full Time
Berkshire
Posted 2 years ago


Job Category : Education (non-qualified)
Location : Time Square, Bracknell Forest Council
Hours Per Week : 37.00
Start Date : Immediate Start
Start Time : 09:00
End Time : 17:30
Salary: £10.41

• To support the effective and efficient delivery of the Education Tuition Service for Children and Young People of statutory school age who are unable to attend school due to their medical needs
• To provide support to the Tuition Service Manager and Lead Tutor
• To be the first point of contact for Parents, Carers, Tutors and referring Professionals
• To work in partnership with the Tuition Business Support Officer
Knowledge, abilities, skills, experience)

Understanding of and commitment to the requirements of safeguarding children, young people, vulnerable adults and promoting their welfare.

Experience of working within an education setting and knowledge of how schools function

Excellent ICT skills including use of Microsoft Outlook, Word, Teams, PowerPoint, Excel and experience of using databases for accurate data input and interpretation

Excellent interpersonal skills with the ability to communicate clearly and confidently both orally and in writing, with officers at all levels in the Council, plus external partners and stakeholders including parents, carers, schools and other professionals.

Excellent time management and organisational skills, with experience of working in a fast-paced environment and prioritising to meet deadlines and targets

Ability to work flexibly, and as part of a team, and to assist other staff and management to meet deadlines and targets

Discrete and experienced in dealing with confidential and sensitive matters

Job Features

Job CategoryEducation and Training Jobs

Job Category : Education (non-qualified)Location : Time Square, Bracknell Forest CouncilHours Per Week : 37.00Start Date : Immediate StartStart Time : 09:00End Time : 17:30Salary: £10.41 • To suppo…

Contract, Full Time
Berkshire
Posted 2 years ago


Job Category : Education (non-qualified)
Location : Time Square, Bracknell Forest Council
Hours Per Week : 37.00
Start Date : Immediate Start
Start Time : 09:00
End Time : 17:30
Salary: £12.50

• To provide comprehensive and proactive Business Support to the Tuition
• Service
• To support the effective and efficient delivery of the Education Tuition Service for Children and Young People of statutory school age who are unable to attend school due to their medical needs
• To provide business support to the Tuition Service Manager and Lead Tutor
• To work in partnership with the Tuition Service Administrator

Job Features

Job CategoryEducation and Training Jobs

Job Category : Education (non-qualified)Location : Time Square, Bracknell Forest CouncilHours Per Week : 37.00Start Date : Immediate StartStart Time : 09:00End Time : 17:30Salary: £12.50 • To provi…

Contract, Full Time
Cheshire
Posted 2 years ago


Job Category : Education
Location : Halton Borough Council
Hours Per Week : 37.00
Start Date : Immediate Start
Start Time : 09:00
End Time : 17:00
Salary: £13.92

Working under the direction of the Head of Curriculum and Learner Services, the post holder will be responsible for the design and delivery of quality learning programmes, which are both non-accredited and accredited. The key duties include planning, delivery, assessment and monitoring of the learning outcomes and achievements of adult learners participating in the programmes. We are interested in talking to industry-experienced tutors who are passionate about their subject area with a willingness to work in a flexible and dynamic learning environment. A DBS (Disclosure and Barring Service) check will be required. In return for your commitment, we can offer you competitive salary and an annual programme of continuous professional development opportunities.
KEY DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

  1. Work as part of the Employment, Learning and Skills Division in Halton, delivering learning programmes to adults from a wide variety of backgrounds and in a range of community venues including schools, community venues, libraries etc.
  2. Be involved in promoting learning programmes to potential learners and to partner organisations within the borough.
  3. Prepare learning programmes, including production of session plans and schemes of work for those programmes delivered.
  4. Maintain other records in line with the requirements of the Education Inspection Framework – registers, contact logs, learner feedback, etc.
  5. Monitor learner progress and achievements including assignments and national tests/assessments in accordance with awarding body requirements and offer learners advice/information about the next steps.
  6. Evaluate learning programmes and produce termly reports on the strengths and weaknesses of provision.

Job Features

Job CategoryEducation and Training Jobs

Job Category : EducationLocation : Halton Borough CouncilHours Per Week : 37.00Start Date : Immediate StartStart Time : 09:00End Time : 17:00Salary: £13.92 Working under the direction of the Head of …

Contract, Full Time
Cheshire
Posted 2 years ago


Job Category : Education
Location : Halton Borough Council
Hours Per Week : 37.00
Start Date : Immediate Start
Start Time : 09:00
End Time : 17:00
Salary: £13.92

Working under the direction of the Head of Curriculum and Learner Services, the post holder will be responsible for the design and delivery of quality learning programmes, which are both non-accredited and accredited. The key duties include planning, delivery, assessment and monitoring of the learning outcomes and achievements of adult learners participating in the programmes. We are interested in talking to industry-experienced tutors who are passionate about their subject area with a willingness to work in a flexible and dynamic learning environment. A DBS (Disclosure and Barring Service) check will be required. In return for your commitment, we can offer you competitive salary and an annual programme of continuous professional development opportunities.

Job Features

Job CategoryEducation and Training Jobs

Job Category : EducationLocation : Halton Borough CouncilHours Per Week : 37.00Start Date : Immediate StartStart Time : 09:00End Time : 17:00Salary: £13.92 Working under the direction of the Head of …

Contract, Part-time
Lancashire
Posted 2 years ago


Job Category : Education (qualified)
Location : Preston Campus, University of Central Lancashire
Hours Per Week : 21.75
Start Date : Immediate Start
Start Time :09:00
End Time : 17:00
Salary: £16.62

To provide individual therapeutic counselling of the highest quality to help individual students engage to the best of their ability with their course of study. Provide brief therapy and support using a solution focused, time limited approach. The post holder will also be expected to deliver health, wellbeing promotional and therapeutic activities to individuals and groups. The post holder will take a proactive role in the anticipation, identification, co-ordination, and planning of response(s) of the current and future needs of students where possible, prior to those needs arising.
Work Experience
Significant post qualification experience of offering brief solution focused counselling/therapy in a similar organizational context, and able to demonstrate a clear understanding of how this context impacts on therapeutic decisions
Attend regular clinical supervision to develop, monitor and maintain professional standards of work
Evidence of continuous professional development / clinical supervision to at least professional body minimum requirements.
Experience of delivering both face to face on online therapy.
Significant experience of supporting clients with a wide variety of complex issues, including issues and challenges faced by people from different communities
Education/Qualifications
Recognised Diploma level counselling qualification
Fully accredited by an appropriate professional body, for example,
with BACP, HCPC, UKCP, BABCP or BCP, or evidence of working towards.
Significant and recent evidence of engagement in counselling, mental health and wellbeing related CPD training courses/workshops

Job Features

Job CategoryEducation and Training Jobs

Job Category : Education (qualified)Location : Preston Campus, University of Central LancashireHours Per Week : 21.75Start Date : Immediate StartStart Time :09:00End Time : 17:00Salary: £16.62 To pro…

Contract, Part-time
Lancashire
Posted 2 years ago


Job Category : Education (qualified)
Location : Preston Campus, University of Central Lancashire
Hours Per Week : 14.50
Start Date : Immediate Start
Start Time : 09:00
End Time : 17:00
Salary: £16.62

The post holder will work with colleagues from across Student Services and the wider university to provide specialist mental health and wellbeing support and resources for students, maximising their student experience.
The post holder will be required to work across the full spectrum of mental health difficulties; ensuring students obtain appropriate treatment, support and adjustments to enable them to successfully complete their studies. We strongly encourage applications from people with lived experience of the issues and challenges faced by people from different communities.
We particularly encourage applications from male candidates, as well as individuals who come from Black, Asian and minority ethnic communities, as we are currently under-represented in this area, although all appointments will be made on merit.

Work Experience
Substantial and recent post qualification experience working with individuals experiencing mental health difficulties, including assessment of individuals with complex needs, risk assessment and high risk/crisis management
Demonstrable experience of assessing the mental health needs of individuals from diverse backgrounds
Recent experience of working in a busy, fast paced environment, where the nature of the work can be rapid and unpredictable.
Demonstrable experience of developing effective working relationships with internal and external stakeholders
Education/Qualifications
Educated to degree level (or equivalent) with a relevant professional qualification in the field of mental health, for example:
RMHN nursing degree or equivalent
Mental Health Social Work
High Intensity Therapist/Psychological Wellbeing Practitioner qualification from a BPS accredited programme of study
Clinical psychology doctorate
Membership of an appropriate professional body, such as NMC, RCN, HCPC, BACP or UKCP
Evidence of continuous professional development / clinical supervision to at least professional body minimum requirements.

Job Features

Job CategoryEducation and Training Jobs

Job Category : Education (qualified)Location : Preston Campus, University of Central LancashireHours Per Week : 14.50Start Date : Immediate StartStart Time : 09:00End Time : 17:00Salary: £16.62 The p…

Contract, Part-time
Newham
Posted 2 years ago


Job Category : Education (qualified)
Location : Beckton Globe, London Borough of Newham
Hours Per Week : 4.00
Start Date : Immediate Start
Start Time : 09:30
End Time : 15:00
Salary: £12.30

Overall Purpose of Job
To organise and run a crèche, which is a facility made available to adults who are involved with courses, activities and other related community events.

Job Summary
The Crèche Assistant is responsible for ensuring that children are safely and appropriately looked after during the periods in which their mothers/carers are using Our Newham – Learning & Skills Facilities and for providing them with a stimulating and varied programme of play.
Key Tasks and Accountabilities:

Key tasks and accountabilities are intended to be a guide to the range and level of work expected of the post holder. This is not an exhaustive list of all tasks that may fall to the post holder and employees will be expected to carry out such other reasonable duties which may be required from time to time.

To undertake all responsibilities listed below:

  1. To be a member of the Crèche management team.
  2. To deputise for the Crèche Leader in their absence
  3. To have an awareness of policies relating to the crèche and the Children’s Act registration.
  4. To establish good relationships with children and their parents or carers and to develop an understanding of their various cultural backgrounds.
  5. To provide a programme of activities and topics in the crèche which will stimulate all areas of children’s development and meet the needs of children from a range of ages and cultural backgrounds.
  6. To supervise children placed in the crèche and ensure that all activities are carried out in a safe manner, with an emphasis on accident prevention.
  7. To administer basic first aid and comfort and contact emergency services where and when necessary.
  8. To undertake general cleaning, tidying and display duties.
  9. To be responsible for the care, safe keeping and monitoring of equipment, materials and the crèche area, complying with the council’s policy on health and safety.
  10. To assist in the supervision of part-time assistants, voluntary staff and placements.
  11. To assist and support any community developments relating to the crèche.
  12. To liaise with the crèche leader regarding equipment and material needs, maintenance etc.

EDUCATION/QUALIFICATIONS
Minimum qualification of NNEB, or BTEC or NVQ III in Childcare and Education.

KNOWLEDGE:

Knowledge of basic first aid

Knowledge of health and safety and hygiene issues relating to crèche provision

Awareness of equal opportunities and its implications

Awareness of legal responsibilities relating to child care

SKILLS AND ABILITIES:
EXPERIENCE:
Ability to communicate with children and show a basic understanding of their needs

Ability to deal with and prevent accidents and incidents which may occur in the crèche area

Ability to organise a variety of children’s activities and games using a range of equipment

Ability to communicate with other staff and users of crèche facilities

Ability to maintain simple records and to assist in day to day administrative tasks

Ability to supervise, support and establish good relationships with children

Ability to work as part of a team

Job Features

Job CategoryEducation and Training Jobs

Job Category : Education (qualified)Location : Beckton Globe, London Borough of NewhamHours Per Week : 4.00Start Date : Immediate StartStart Time : 09:30End Time : 15:00Salary: £12.30 Overall Purpose…

Contract, Full Time
Twickenham, London
Posted 2 years ago


Job Category : Education (qualified) (Kingston & Richmond)
Location : Twickenham Training Centre, Achieving for Children
Hours Per Week : 14.00
Start Date : Immediate Start
Start Time : 09:00
End Time : 17:00
Salary: £19.44

The Trainer Assessor will be occupationally competent and suitably qualified, they will be part of a team who is responsible for the delivery of our apprenticeship standards. The post holder will participate in the planning and delivery of a range of programmes within their area of expertise and this will include short courses, full qualifications and apprenticeships. They will be a key point of contact within the W2W team, offering support and guidance to ensure their apprenticeship programme is successful and employer needs are met.
Key duties and responsibilities – responsible for

  1. Planning and designing learning content across a variety different method and platforms for AfC that meet Apprenticeship standards and related external body requirements
  2. Delivering consistently good training and assessment within the curriculum through an effective variety of teaching and learning activities.
  3. Actively involved and supporting the recruitment and induction of learners, meeting individual needs, accessing support where needed.
  4. Carrying out practical assessments, providing the relevant paperwork and record keeping in compliance with the awarding body requirements.
  5. Coordinating all elements of apprenticeship Standards to achieve timely success.
  6. Ensuring high standards of Health & Safety at all times in accordance with regulations and AfC Policy, notifying the line manager or appropriate manager of any risks.
  7. Complying with agreed learner retention, attendance and success measures in line with key performance expectations.
  8. Supporting evaluation of current provision to inform future apprenticeship provision.
  9. Providing an excellent customer experience to both the internal and external workforce
  10. Attending meetings within AfC and external events as required.
    The post holder will be expected to undertake other duties commensurate with the grade of the post, including deputising or working flexibly across the week and locations to meet the business demands.
    About you: our role specification
    Education and training
    ⦁ Level 3 A1/CAVA/TAQA Award (Essential)
    ⦁ Certificate in Education & Training or equivalent (Essential)
    ⦁ Level 4 IQA/V1 (Desirable), Information Advice & Guidance – Level 4 (Desirable)
    Skills and experience
    ⦁ Proven experience delivering and assessing apprenticeship standards including one or more of the following Early years and Child Care.
    ⦁ The ability to develop and enhance programme content and delivery methods that meet the requirements of the apprenticeship standard and awarding body requirements.
    ⦁ A general understanding of Apprenticeship funding rules, requirements and compliance.
    ⦁ Experience with Ofsted inspections of Further Education & Skills.
    ⦁ Able to evidence Continuous Professional Development.
    ⦁ An excellent knowledge of British Values, Prevent, Equality & Diversity and Safeguarding.
    ⦁ Experience managing a large caseload of apprentices, assessing and training cohorts of learners simultaneously
    ⦁ Able to work collaboratively with colleagues to deliver a shared outcome
    ⦁ Able to navigate and effectively utilise the e-portfolio system (OneFile) or have experience of similar e-portfolio systems.
    ⦁ The experience to know when and how to make interventions to ensure learner progress is successful and sustainable.
    ⦁ High ethical and professional standards with the ability to engage effectively with internal and external clients.
    ⦁ Experience of addressing specific equality or diversity issues within your practice with colleagues/customers and taking action to resolve them.
    Personal attributes
    ⦁ Evidence of how you can align with Achieving for Childrenʼs values (trust, empower. respect) to support our workforce in delivering services to children and young people.
    ⦁ Evidence that you have good organisational abilities i.e. time management, creative-thinking, problem-solving, multitasking and working independently with limited management oversight.
    ⦁ Evidence that you have personal determination, drive, energy and ambition to achieve challenging objectives, celebrate success and deliver excellent outcomes.
    ⦁ Evidence that you have good communication and interpersonal skills that are open, honest, persuasive and pragmatic, including excellent negotiation and influencing skills
    ⦁ Evidence of excellent attention to detail, meticulous in checking own work to ensure accuracy and completeness

Please note this role is 14 hours a week and 2 days per week ( the days are flexible)

Job Features

Job CategoryEducation and Training Jobs

Job Category : Education (qualified) (Kingston & Richmond)Location : Twickenham Training Centre, Achieving for ChildrenHours Per Week : 14.00Start Date : Immediate StartStart Time : 09:00End Time …

Contract, Full Time
Cheshire
Posted 2 years ago


Job Category : Education
Location : Kingsway Learning Centre, Halton Borough Council
Hours Per Week : 37.00
Start Date : Immediate Start
Start Time : 09:00
End Time : 17:00
Salary: £15.12

The role is to work in the Apprenticeship Support by Be More Team.
MAIN PURPOSE OF THE JOB
The Employment, Learning & Skills Division has been awarded the Single Investment Fund (SIF) and DWP European Social Fund (ESF) contract for the Apprenticeship Support service, which is contract managed by the Liverpool City Region Combined Authority. The Apprenticeship Support contract has responsibility for:

⦁ Skills Shows and Events
⦁ Apprenticeship Support Focussed Outreach events and activities
⦁ Sectorial Labour Market Information, Events and Wider Career Choices

The post holder will promote apprenticeships solutions to learners, providers and employer ambassadors. Working closely with the Liverpool City Region’s key intermediaries across the Liverpool City Region the post holder will support employer ambassadors, residents and providers with apprenticeship related solutions.

The post holder will play a key role in the implementation of the Liverpool City Region Skills Strategy & Sector Specific Skills for Growth Agreements. The Apprenticeship Support by Be More offer is independent and provides impartial professional skills brokerage support to stimulate apprenticeships (at all levels); providing advice on apprenticeship reforms and related funding support. The post holder will establish and build strong working relationships and respond to referrals from local partners and agencies.

Additionally, the post holder will take the lead on driving forward the Apprenticeship Support Ambassador Network; stimulating more individuals to follow apprenticeship skills progression routes, development of the Apprenticeship Support by Be More website; and on the promotion and marketing of apprenticeship activity via social media channels.

Evidence collection and evaluation of activities will be integral to the work of the Apprenticeship Support Skills Brokers. This post will be responsible for the Apprenticeship Support Focused Activities element including budget management.

KEY DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
1) To develop and maintain effective working relationships with businesses, providers and learners/residents in the Liverpool City Region and undertake targeted/focused visits to understand the current and future apprenticeship needs.

2) Understand the apprenticeship needs of businesses and negotiate with the Greater Merseyside Learning Provider Federation and other relevant stakeholders to ensure that training requirements are met, in line with appropriate policies and procedures, in a way that offers value for money for the public purse.

3) Support employer ambassadors to understand Apprenticeship Reforms, including the Apprenticeship Levy and changes to Apprenticeship Standards and Practices as assessments are separated out from the training delivery.

4) To develop systems and processes that ensure information and data is collected from partners as part of the operational management of the ESF and SIF contract.

5) To monitor and produce regular progress reports for the Skills Strategy Manager identifying project deliverables and associated expenditure in line with contractual requirements. To manage the budget for Apprenticeship Support Focused Activities. Ensure that there is a clear, transparent audit trail for funding allocated and expended as part of the contract.

6) Supporting local Colleges and private Training Providers to articulate and promote their apprenticeship offer in a way that employers and residents understand.

7) Maintain details of all targeted/focused interventions on the Customer Relationship Management system and use this information to evaluate impact of the activity.

8) To demonstrate operational experience and knowledge in all aspects of skills/apprenticeship policy and act as a point of advice for practitioners in sharing good practice in responding to apprenticeship enquiries

9) To provide secretariat support and co-ordination of meetings as required involving key stakeholders at group meetings, forum events and steering groups and sub -groups to include room bookings, agenda setting, dissemination of papers, etc.

10) To devise and deliver a promotional and marketing campaigns to showcase the work of the Apprenticeship Support Service. This will include promotional events, newsletter production and distribution, website and social media updates to effectively market the Apprenticeship Support brand.

11) To take the lead in driving forward the Apprenticeship Support Ambassador Network. This will include growing the number of Apprentice Ambassadors, agreeing a programme of activity for them, monitoring the impact of this strand of work and providing regular report updates via national and local governance arrangements.

12) To adhere to the Liverpool City Region Skills Strategy and associated Skills for Growth Agreements/Action Plans and use this as a basis for scheduling a work plan for relevant apprenticeship focused strand themes, as directed by the Skills Strategy Manager. To report regularly on progress against actions and on key deliverables.

13) To engage effectively with schools, parents, employer ambassadors, providers and apprentices in maximising resources to effectively promote the apprenticeship agenda within Liverpool City Region and to celebrate good practice and successes.

To support work within relevant themed service requirements of the contract as directed by the Skills Strategy Manager

Job Features

Job CategoryEducation and Training Jobs

Job Category : EducationLocation : Kingsway Learning Centre, Halton Borough CouncilHours Per Week : 37.00Start Date : Immediate StartStart Time : 09:00End Time : 17:00Salary: £15.12 The role is to wo…

Contract, Full Time
London
Posted 2 years ago


Job Category : Education (qualified)
Location : RIVER PARK HOUSE, London Borough of Haringey
Hours Per Week : 36.00
Start Date : Immediate Start
Start Time : 09:00
End Time : 17:30
Salary: £24.42

To effectively identify the needs of children with a social worker and ensure they can access interventions that make a difference to their education.
The post holder will have responsibility for narrowing the attainment gap for children with a social worker. Their work will include assisting a network of schools and social workers to access advice and guidance on the needs of these vulnerable learners.
To participate in the implementation and development of the relevant government / Department for Education guidance regarding the education of children with a social worker.
MAIN DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES

  1. Use data and analysis to understand and monitor the cohort’s needs including making links to local strategic priorities e.g., attendance, suspension and permanent exclusion rates, overlaps with other kinds of disadvantage such as Free School Meal (FSM) eligibility and Special Educational Needs and Disability (SEND) rates.
  2. Audit training needs of schools and social care to ensure the professional network are equipped with the skills and knowledge they need to ensure education is prioritised and be able to deliver or signpost relevant training and support to the professional network.
  3. Work alongside schools and social care to ensure that education outcomes are a key focus in child in need and child protection planning and contribute to effective multi-agency working.
  4. Promote professional practice for education settings and local authorities which champions high levels of support alongside high standards for children with a social worker.
  5. Track and monitor attendance and exclusions for children with a social worker and offer strategies and support to facilitate re-engagement into education.
  6. Provide support, guidance and challenge to school leaders to strengthen provision already in place, with a specific focus on children with a social worker. This may include advice on how to promote and secure good attendance, working in conjunction with their Education Welfare Service.
  7. Provide advice, guidance and training to social work teams on promoting the education of vulnerable learners.
  8. Support the professional network in clearly identifying the pupil’s barriers to learning and planning interventions to help them to attain their educational potential including support with preventative measures to avoid suspensions and exclusions.
  9. Signpost schools and social workers to wider enrichment to enable children with a social worker to benefit from opportunities.
  10. Share knowledge and expertise to strengthen how education settings and social care understand the impact of adversity and trauma on learning and educational outcomes of children, recognising how stability and consistency in relationships can help children to overcome barriers to learning.
  11. Contribute to the Virtual School’s training programme for social workers , schools and other professionals.
  12. Support and advise schools social workers and carers with regards to transition between school phases and key stages i.e. early years to primary, primary to secondary school, etc. ensuring effective transition plans are in place as required.

Education, Training & Qualifications
Degree + PGCE or equivalent /
Qualified Teacher Status + three years mainstream teaching experience
Knowledge & Experience
(1) Demonstrates knowledge of the
National Curriculum / SEN legislation/ DfE guidance on Children with a Social Worker
2) Demonstrates an understanding of the complex difficulties facing Children with a Social Worker.
(3) Demonstrates an understanding of the conflicting pressures on school and LA in seeking to promote the attainment of Children with a Social Worker.
(4) Demonstrates experience of working with children with challenging behaviour.
(5) Demonstrates experience of working in a multi-cultural community.
(6) Demonstrates an understanding of a wide range of factors that impact on education achievement including attendance, attachment, trauma, and Social, Emotional Mental Health Difficulties.
(7) Demonstrates an understanding of the benefits and challenges of multi-agency working.
8) Demonstrates an understanding of the age-related expectations of attainment for Early Years, Primary, Secondary and Post-16.

Skills & Abilities
(9) Ability to advise on interventions for Children with a Social Worker who may need specialised interventions to achieve their potential.
(10) Perseveres in challenging circumstances and tasks which involve Children with a Social Worker in order to achieve positive outcomes.
(11) Demonstrates ability to plan, organise and take responsibility for work and evaluate as appropriate.
(12) Demonstrates a clear understanding of the importance of working in a team.

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Connect2Kent
Start date – asap
End date – 3 months (rolling assignment)
DBS – required
IR35 – Inside
Full time (Monday to Friday)
Full time remote working
Pay rate – £240.00 per day Umbrella
 
Mark up – £35.00 per day

Purpose of the Job:

Working within a defined geographical area the post holder is responsible for all aspects of the SA process including requests, re-assessments, amendments and complex placement decisions within statutory timescales.

The Post holder must work collaboratively and cooperatively with young people and families or carers of children and young people undergoing SA. This could include working directly with young people aged over the age of 16 and who have left compulsory schooling.

This person will be expected to specialise in and mostly work with young people (year 9- age 25) but will be required to cover for colleagues outside of own specialist area

Main duties and responsibilities:

  1. To work collaboratively and cooperatively with young people and the parents or carers of children and young people undergoing SA and who have EHC plans from assessment through to decision to issue or decline to issue. The post holder must ensure that families are involved with the process and kept informed about the process and that the child or young person is central to any decision made about them.
  2. To conduct the SA process from initiation to issue of final plan within the statutory timescales. This means the post holder will need to write the EHC plan using the information gathered as part of the assessment and work collaboratively with wider professional agencies to ensure the outcomes specified in the Plan are identified and delivered and support the Placements officer to ensure appropriate placement is named.
  3. To provide detailed information to key decision making panels, SENDT and other appeals (including ISP) in relation to the young person’s proposed placement, costs (including travel costs) and any other matters pertaining to placement and provision, as well as contribute to the LA’s responses to tribunal appeals and complaints, including those from councillors, as well as parents and schools.
  4. Attend, initiate and/or organise meetings ensuring key stakeholder attendance in relation to the Statutory Assessment process, re-assessments, or amendments following Annual Review.
  5. To know and be able to explain to others, specifically the families/carers of children and young people and schools how to navigate the Local Offer website and locate relevant information
  6. To robustly maintain LA databases including Synergy on a ‘live’ basis, ensuring all records are kept up to date and accurate.
  7. To maintain positive and effective relationships with schools and health and ensuring that the service works effectively in partnership with all key stakeholders and professionals and other appropriate services linked to the children and family’s needs.

QUALIFICATIONS
⦁ Good basic education and competency in numeracy and literacy.

⦁ NVQ level 3 in SEN casework or equivalent experience

⦁ or relevant qualification or experience in Information advice and guidance

⦁ or appropriate qualification in early years, counselling, youth and community work, health or social service work or equivalent experience

EXPERIENCE
⦁ Practical experience in a relevant field to include working with parents and schools in challenging situations

⦁ Experience of a customer or service user facing environment.

Experience of managing conflicting priorities
SKILLS AND ABILITIES
⦁ Good negotiation skills and high level of interpersonal and communication skills at all levels.

⦁ Ability to plan and prioritise effectively

⦁ ICT literate with accurate record keeping skills

⦁ Ability to work in a pressurised environment and ensure all actions are conducted in a professional manager and in accordance to national, local or statutory timescales

⦁ Effective written and verbal communication skills with wide range of audiences including diplomacy and sensitivity to the needs of others without the use of jargon.

⦁ To effectively organise, plan and deliver own tasks and workload in order to meet statutory timescales and outcomes in line with the service and corporate objectives.

⦁ Resilient

Ability to establish effective working relationships and support young people and the parents and carers of children and young people undergoing SA process or who have EHC plans
KNOWLEDGE
Good understanding of current SEN legislation and its application within the context of Kent

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Contract, Full Time
Lambeth
Posted 2 years ago


Job Category : Education
Location : 332 Brixton Road, London Borough of Lambeth
Hours Per Week : 35.00
Start Date : Immediate Start
Start Time : 09:00
End Time : 17:00
Salary: £20.06

MAIN PURPOSE OF JOB

Please note this is working to deliver a ESF contract: full job title is employment coordinator (ESF caseworker)
Working as part of a newly established Opportunity Lambeth delivery team, the Employment Co-ordinator will play a crucial role in supporting Lambeth residents into employment, working collaboratively with a range of stakeholders, partners, and employers, to provide access to high quality, sustainable employment and training opportunities.

This role requires a versatile and solution-focussed individual who is able to confidently engage with people at all levels, and from a range of backgrounds to develop creative solutions to unemployment.

• Support the delivery of Opportunity Lambeth employment and training initiatives through effective engagement of local people, and delivery of a personalised programme of employment support which meets the needs of Lambeth residents

• Demonstrate an empathy and understanding of the lived experience of individuals who face particular challenges in accessing (or progressing within) the labour market, working creatively to identify solutions and overcome barriers to employment

• Develop a strong network of internal and external partners, employers, and providers, to support the cohesive progression of residents who are unemployed or on low income into positive employment and training destinations

• Work with a range of employers and partners to develop innovative and engaging routeways into work, with a focus on ‘good jobs’ in key growth sectors that pay a Living Wage and support future career development

• Provide comprehensive recruitment support and job brokerage services for employers, including those with S106 or Responsible Procurement commitments, to maximise the benefits of borough investment and spend for local people

• Confidently promote equality, diversity and inclusion in all aspects of the work, recognising and challenging discrimination and working to support the engagement and progression of marginalised groups of residents who are disproportionately affected by unemployment

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Job Category : Education (qualified)
Location : London Borough of Hillingdon
Hours Per Week : 36.00
Start Date : Immediate Start
Start Time : 09:00
End Time : 17:00
Salary: £450.00

ROLE PURPOSE:
To be responsible for the local authority’s work strand in challenging and supporting Primary and Special Schools, working as a lead member of the Education Improvement and Partnership Service.

The role of the Lead Adviser is predicated on the understanding that the post holder will have significant ‘link school’ responsibilities in allocated schools. They will also lead and take individual responsibility in local projects and line-manage another colleague or external consultants when required. They will have a credible expertise in a particular strand or phase of school education, with a commitment to performing a leading operational role in the delivery of the
Council’s objectives and be an expert representative of the Council’s views and decisions.

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Job Category : Education (qualified)Location : London Borough of HillingdonHours Per Week : 36.00Start Date : Immediate StartStart Time : 09:00End Time : 17:00Salary: £450.00 ROLE PURPOSE:To be respo…

Contract, Full Time
Uxbridge
Posted 2 years ago


Job Category : Education (qualified)
Location : London Borough of Hillingdon
Hours Per Week : 36.00
Start Date : Immediate start
Start Time : 09:00
End Time : 17:00
Salary: £16.29

Participation Officers work with vulnerable children and their families and schools. The service delivers support and challenge to schools and parents around attendance and punctuality, at both a strategic and case work management level. They provide challenge to schools on policy and practice including challenging poor practice to ensure legislative requirements are met. They provide advice to or lead within professional networks to identify contributing factors and plan interventions to address poor attendance.

Poor attendance can be an indicator for higher need families with complex and multiple difficulties involved in or at risk of being involved in crime, antisocial behaviour, disengagement with education and risk of homelessness or edge of care. The Penalty Notice Officer must be able to weigh up evidence from a variety of sources, determine levels of risk, and determine the most appropriate level at which to intervene.

The Penalty Notice Officer is responsible for ensuring that the preparation of legal cases is clearly evidenced and that pursuing legal proceedings is an efficient use of the council’s resources.

The role requires partnership working across the local authority, schools, alternative provision providers and other relevant agencies assisting in their duties to fulfil statutory responsibilities to safeguard pupils and ensure regular attendance in school.

The officer will oversee and coordinate the legal and statutory processes for irregular attendance under S444 Education Act 1996, liaising with Legal Services about court cases for non-attendance, to issue penalty notices and co-ordinate truancy patrols.

The role requires strong administrative skills.
EXPERIENCE
Experience of paid work directly with families and children and young people experiencing social stress to achieve satisfactory outcomes

Experience of working with schools, Academies, FE and HE providers, training providers and employers in support of young people’s participation

Experience of working in a timely manner to tight deadlines to achieve SMART objectives

Experience of responding to complex and confrontational situations in a calm and pUnderstanding of the issues for families that impact on school attendance.

Knowledge of evidence-based strategies for improving attendance and punctuality.

Delivering customer focused services which are tailored to the needs of individuals.

Sound judgment with a positive respect for confidentiality and diversity.

Proven ability to proactively develop effective working relationships with colleagues, partners and other stakeholders, understanding their needs and concerns.

Experience of working with Legal Services to ensure successful prosecutions.
rofessional manner

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Contract, Full Time
Kingston Upon Thames, South West London
Posted 2 years ago


Job Category : Education (qualified) (Kingston & Richmond)
Location : Twickenham Training Centre, Achieving for Children
Hours Per Week : 36.00
Start Date : Immediate Start
Start Time : 09:00
End Time : 17:00
Salary: £19.44

The post holder will be occupationally competent and suitably qualified.

They will be part of a team who is responsible for the delivery of Business Administration and Customer Service apprenticeship standards. The successful candidate will oversee the development of schemes of work, lesson plans and resources managing a caseload of learners. The post holder will also work closely with the existing training team, participating in standardisation meetings and peer observations of teaching, learning and assessment.
They will support their learners individually providing ongoing assessment and carrying out learner reviews. The post holder will engage with employers to maintain and develop relationships. They will assist in the recruitment, induction, support, assessment and training of learners, as required and ensure that appropriate Information, Advice and Guidance is provided for all. They will also ensure that their learners are well prepared, confident and ready to undertake End Point Assessment in a timely manner.


Qualifications
Level 3 A1/CAVA/TAQA Award (Essential) and Certificate in Education & Training or equivalent (Essential)
Level 4 IQA/V1 (Desirable), Information Advice & Guidance – Level 4 (Desirable)
Careers Advice & Guidance – Level 6 (Desirable)
Skills and experience
Proven experience delivering and assessing Business Administration and Customer Service Standards
An experienced apprenticeship assessor trainer with Project Management experience and evidential occupational competence (Desirable).
Proven experience and track record of supporting apprentices through End Point Assessment.
Experience assessing and delivering other apprenticeship frameworks and/or standards including Management, Business Administration and Customer Service.
A good knowledge of Apprenticeship standards and related external body requirements.
The ability to develop and enhance programme content and delivery methods that meet the requirements of the apprenticeship standard.
A general understanding of Apprenticeship funding rules, requirements and compliance.
Experience with Ofsted inspections of Further Education & Skills.
Able to evidence Continuous Professional Development.
An excellent knowledge of British Values, Prevent, Equality & Diversity and Safeguarding.
● 2
Experience managing a large caseload of apprentices, assessing and training cohorts of up to 20 learners.
Able to work collaboratively with the Manager, Internal Quality Assurer and EPAO to report on learner progress and the quality of the provision.
Personal attributes
A passion for Achieving for Children’s vision, mission and values (trust, empower and respect) to support children and young people to live safe, happy, healthy and successful lives.
Strong organisational abilities including: time management, creative-thinking, problem-solving and multitasking.
Able to work flexibly and independently with limited management oversight.
Performs well under pressure, a keen eye for detail when faced with tight deadlines.
Personal determination, drive, energy and ambition to overcome obstacles, achieve challenging objectives, celebrate success and deliver excellent outcomes for children.
Taking a strength based approach to managing situations.
Commitment to resource-sharing and collaborative working within Achieving for Children and across organisational boundaries in the best interests of children and families.
Excellent communication and interpersonal skills that are open, honest, persuasive and pragmatic, including excellent negotiation and influencing skills.

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Job Category : Education (qualified) (Kingston & Richmond)Location : Twickenham Training Centre, Achieving for ChildrenHours Per Week : 36.00Start Date : Immediate StartStart Time : 09:00End Time …