Part Time Tutor - Health & Social Care

Part Time Tutor – Health and Social Care
Economy, Skills & Neighbourhoods

Oldham Lifelong Learning Service


Ref: TUT/OL-29326

Contract Type: Fixed Term

Salary: Part-Time Tutor Rates Of Pay

£17.59 - £23.36 per hour - Non-Vocational Courses

£20.89 - £26.50 per hour - Vocational Courses
Closing Date: Sunday 30th June 2019 (midnight)

Interview Date: Week Commencing 8th July 2019

Job Description & Person Specification (Vocational).doc
Job Description & Person Specification (Non Vocational).doc
Oldham Right to Work in the UK.doc

Role Overview:

To deliver high quality teaching learning and assessment that complies with the quality standards of the service.  Course delivery will include Understanding Autism, Dementia Awareness and Health, Social Care and Children and Young People settings.  It is expected that the allocated teaching hours will be a minimum of 4 sessions and will include accredited provision up to level 2. 

 

Key Responsibilities:

  • To prepare schemes of work, lesson plans and relevant resources for the course/s.
  • To complete all appropriate administrative tasks, including completion of registers, learner agreement forms, risk assessments and records for the teaching and learning file (TLC) in line with Recognising and Recording Progress and Achievement (RARPA).
  • To set and mark learners’ work as appropriate and provide individual / group feedback to support learning in order to ensure progress. 
  • To ensure that individual learner needs are met and progress is monitored and recorded and is reflected in lesson planning.

 

Key Requirements:

 

To succeed in this role you will need as a minimum:

 

  • Relevant subject qualification at level 3 or equivalent
  • Relevant teaching qualification or willingness to achieve minimum qualification within 12 months
  • Excellent organisational skills to deliver teaching and learning within the Post 19 sector; with practitioner experience in the curriculum area relevant to the post.

 

About Us:

 

For more information about the Oldham Council, please visit: 
https://www.greater.jobs/content/4559/working-for-oldham

 

For details of how we use your data please see our privacy notice: https://www.oldham.gov.uk/downloads/file/4967/employment_privacy_notice_-_oldham_council_10

 

Please note that should a vacancy that has been released for internal or external recruitment be deemed suitable for an at risk employee, it can be pulled back at any point up to the post being formally offered to an external candidate or an internal candidate that is not at risk of redundancy.

Location
Oldham Library and Lifelong Learning Centre
 

Part Time Tutor – Health and Social Care
Economy, Skills & Neighbourhoods

Oldham Lifelong Learning Service


Ref: TUT/OL-29326

Contract Type: Fixed Term

Salary: Part-Time Tutor Rates Of Pay

£17.59 - £23.36 per hour - Non-Vocational Courses

£20.89 - £26.50 per hour - Vocational Courses
Closing Date: Sunday 30th June 2019 (midnight)

Interview Date: Week Commencing 8th July 2019

Job Description & Person Specification (Vocational).doc
Job Description & Person Specification (Non Vocational).doc
Oldham Right to Work in the UK.doc

Role Overview:

To deliver high quality teaching learning and assessment that complies with the quality standards of the service.  Course delivery will include Understanding Autism, Dementia Awareness and Health, Social Care and Children and Young People settings.  It is expected that the allocated teaching hours will be a minimum of 4 sessions and will include accredited provision up to level 2. 

 

Key Responsibilities:

  • To prepare schemes of work, lesson plans and relevant resources for the course/s.
  • To complete all appropriate administrative tasks, including completion of registers, learner agreement forms, risk assessments and records for the teaching and learning file (TLC) in line with Recognising and Recording Progress and Achievement (RARPA).
  • To set and mark learners’ work as appropriate and provide individual / group feedback to support learning in order to ensure progress. 
  • To ensure that individual learner needs are met and progress is monitored and recorded and is reflected in lesson planning.

 

Key Requirements:

 

To succeed in this role you will need as a minimum:

 

  • Relevant subject qualification at level 3 or equivalent
  • Relevant teaching qualification or willingness to achieve minimum qualification within 12 months
  • Excellent organisational skills to deliver teaching and learning within the Post 19 sector; with practitioner experience in the curriculum area relevant to the post.

 

About Us:

 

For more information about the Oldham Council, please visit: 
https://www.greater.jobs/content/4559/working-for-oldham

 

For details of how we use your data please see our privacy notice: https://www.oldham.gov.uk/downloads/file/4967/employment_privacy_notice_-_oldham_council_10

 

Please note that should a vacancy that has been released for internal or external recruitment be deemed suitable for an at risk employee, it can be pulled back at any point up to the post being formally offered to an external candidate or an internal candidate that is not at risk of redundancy.