Learning Support Practitioner - Falmouth Campus

Recruiter
Cornwall College Group
Location
Falmouth [Cornwall]
Salary
£8.72 - £9.96 Per Hour, Including Holiday Pay
Posted
16 Feb 2021 15:20
Closes
28 Feb 2021 23:59
Reference
REQ01482
Sector
Further Education
Job Level
Worker / Practitioner
Specialism
Special Education Needs (SEN) / Supported Learning
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Part Time, Term Time
Organisational Type
General Further Education College

Learning Support Practitioner - Falmouth Campus

Based at Falmouth, we are looking for a positive-minded person to support individual or small groups of learners in the achievement of their learning goals, and the development of independent life and employability skills. This may be as part of an in-class support deployment, or could come in the form of targeted interventions planned specifically to address the needs of young people.

 

The purpose of this provision is to develop independent, confident and resilient learners who are prepared to engage with the wider community. We achieve this in line with our College Values, which the successful candidate will be expected to uphold:

 

  • Learner First
  • Act with integrity
  • Take ownership
  • Achieve excellence together

 

The Learning Support Practitioner will support learners with Special Educational Needs and Disabilities (SEND) across a wide range of curriculum areas. The challenges these young people face may range from wellbeing issues to physical disabilities, and the role will involve working with a variety of young people. You must be familiar with supporting learners with learning difficulties and or disabilities, or be willing to learn about this.

 

Experience of working in post-16 education, supporting Literacy and Numeracy, and knowledge of general curriculum is desirable. The role will include supporting learners with the development of social and independent life skills. This may be across college during lunch breaks and in some instances may involve elements of personal care.

 

It is essential that you are qualified to level 2 or above in Literacy and Numeracy, or willing to work towards this. Level 1 BSL or Makaton, or any other SEND-related training or qualifications are also desirable. Applicants may also be considered based on significant skills within a vocational rea, as part of strengths-based support deployment.

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