Inclusive Learning Practitioners - Various locations

Recruiter
Reaseheath College
Location
Nantwich [Cheshire]
Salary
£19,408 - £20,147 Per Year, Actual Salary: 21 hours £8,505.12 - £8,828,97, Actual Salary: 35 hours £14,175.20 - £14,714.95
Posted
30 Mar 2021 13:35
Closes
18 Apr 2021 23:59
Reference
R101000
Sector
Further Education, Higher Education
Job Level
Learner Support / Teaching Assistant
Specialism
Special Education Needs (SEN) / Supported Learning
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Part Time, Term Time
Organisational Type
Land-based College

Inclusive Learning Practitioners - Various locations

Inclusive Learning Practitioner

Salary: £19,408 - £20,147 (A17- A20) per annum, pro rata

 Actual Salary: 21 hours  £8,505.12 - £8,828,97

 Actual Salary: 35 hours £14,175.20 - £14,714.95

Status:                       

7 x Permanent 35 hours per week,

1 x Permanent 21 hours per week, part-time term time only at Reaseheath’s Equine Centre at Burrows Lane (Eccleston L34 6JQ)

1 x Permanent 21 hours per week, part-time term time only at Reaseheath’s Equine Centre at Croft End (Oldham L34 6JQ). 

Please specify in your application which site you would like to be considered for.

 

Reaseheath College prides itself on its inclusive approach to student support, assisting an increasing number of learners with a range of learning difficulties and disabilities to access Further Education and Apprenticeships. 

 

The Learning Skills Centre (LSC) team provides essential support to learners. It works in partnership with curriculum staff across the college in all areas to support students to overcome any barriers to learning and help them to realise their potential.

 

The College is looking for dynamic people who have experience of successfully delivering support and guidance to young people and vulnerable adults to join its LSC team. You may have experience of having worked professionally with young people and/or vulnerable adults in an educational or care setting, which you could bring to the team.

 

Successful candidates should be able to demonstrate a good knowledge of the impact of specific learning difficulties, mental health difficulties and disabilities on learning, an understanding of issues to do with diversity and social inclusion and a high level of interpersonal and communication skills.  GCSE Maths & English Grade C or above (or equivalent) is essential.  Previous experience in a support role and proficiency in MS Office applications is essential.

 

We welcome individuals fluent in BSL (British Sign Language) and those who have experience of providing practical assistance for those with physical disabilities.

 

You may be required to provide both individual and/or group support to students in classroom based and practical sessions.

 

Please note this role constitutes ‘regulated activity’ as defined by the Protection of Freedom Act 2012. The successful candidate will therefore be required to undertake an enhanced DBS check with barred list information prior to starting employment. You must have the right to work in the UK and will be required to provide evidence to support this.

 

Closing date: Midnight on Sunday 18th April 2021

Assessment centre date: Friday 30th April 2021

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