Tutor Work-Shadowing Scheme
Have you ever wondered what it would be like to be a teacher in an FE college? We are keen to open our doors to people from all sorts of backgroundC.
Milton Keynes College have officially been recognised for our commitment and approach to equality, diversity and inclusion. Embracing and celebrating equality and diversity is central to delivering the College’s values, ensuring that we meet the needs of our wonderfully diverse community, and that all staff and students are supported and inspired to achieve their very best.
In order to drive these values even further, we are keen to encourage people from BAME backgrounds as well as a passion for and/or experience in teaching to consider working in Further Education at Milton Keynes College.
If you are interested in experiencing the role of an FE teacher for yourself, please complete our online application form. This form follows our usual recruitment process, whilst some of the questions may not be relevant to this opportunity please do not worry about completing the questions in detail if you are unable to do so - please don’t let this put you off.
We will contact suitable applicants to arrange a work shadowing opportunity of up to three hours.
If you have any questions before submitting, please contact Rebecca Myrie, School & Community Liaison for an informal chat.
Welcoming those who want to learn and improve, we focus on meeting individual needs. The College is at the heart of the city’s economic vision and community strategy, in addition to being a major employer with over 1,000 members of staff. We build and nurture strong partnerships with the wider community and local businesses with an interest in making Milton Keynes College a safe, innovative and inspiring place to learn in and work with.
We are proud to offer an open and inclusive education experience to learners of all levels and backgrounds, with over 3,000 16-19 year olds currently studying with us and a total student population of over 8,000. We offer a broad variety of qualifications, including vocational courses, apprenticeships, higher education, professional certificates as well as employability skills and community training.
The College is also a national provider of education services in prisons across the country. For nearly 30 years, we have worked with offenders in both custody, the wider community and currently work with 19 prisons across England; this includes 13 prisons, which make up the Long Term High Security Estate, and 6 category B, C & D men’s prisons.