Adult Learning English Tutor
- Location: London Wall, England
- Salary: £25.06 - £32 per hour
- Type: Temporary / Full Time
- Contact: Sam Boggis
Seven Resourcing are looking for a temporary Adult Learning English Tutor to work in Hackney. This position is initially for a period of 3 months and involves working 2 days per week. The hourly rate is £25.06 (PAYE) or £32.00 (umbrella) per hour.
To work for Adult Learning Services as a peripatetic tutor teaching to adults in a range of different environments from Children’s Centres to local community centres.
To provide outstanding quality of learning for individuals that is inclusive and ensures comprehensive assessment and progression.
- Induct learners incorporating Health and Safety procedures, Safeguarding, Complaints and Compliments policy and expectations of engagement. Identify and seek to provide additional support required so that learners can achieve their maximum potential.
- Monitor and record appropriate assessment of learning, taking into account prior attainment. Work with learners to set challenging targets that are incorporated into individual learning plans. Work with learners promoting peer and self-assessment and extend the ways in which they learn.
- Ensure that curriculum planning and delivery take into account the needs of Hackney’s diverse communities. Ensure that activity risk assessments are undertaken and health and safety and learner welfare is embedded in delivery. Ensure that Safeguarding policies and shared values are embedded into all aspects of teaching, learning and assessment. Where appropriate, such as when working with hazardous substances, ensure specific risk assessments are undertaken. Promote Learner Voice and engage the learners in all stages of the learning process.
- Support learners to make timely and informed decisions about their progression by embedding information and advice into course planning. Where suitable, make use of the IAG team at Hackney Council to support learners’ progression on to further learning, training and employment.
- Ensure all paperwork linked to the course is completed fully adhering to the ALS guidelines and submitted within given timescales. Ensure that all documents are submitted to the relevant curriculum team: enrolment forms, initial assessment records, diagnostic testing records, schemes of work, lesson plans, ILPs, registers, etc.
- Monitor learners’ attendance and retention and take appropriate follow up action.
- Make effective use of technology, promote the use of e-learning and incorporate the
- use of ILT and web access where appropriate to support learning.
- Participate in the lesson observation process, respond to feedback and action planning to raise the quality of teaching and learning. Where appropriate, take part in the peer observation scheme as a professional development tool.
- Prepare learners for exams and assignments, where appropriate. Actively participate in the implementation of examinations and assessment procedures including undertaking invigilation, marking of papers and moderation process, where appropriate.
- PGCE, Diploma in Education and Training (or equivalent).
Experience: 1+ year of post-graduate experience within a similar role.
Compliance: Proof of ability to work and live in the UK. Current DBS check and references covering the last 5 years.
Hours: 16 hours p/w.
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