Are you a qualified Tutor or Trainer looking for a challenging new role?
Do you love the idea of making a real difference in society by helping ex-offenders to make better life choices and get the support they really need?
Many people who are convicted of a crime can find themselves in a cycle of offending that can be extremely hard to break. More support is needed to combat this growing problem and this exciting and innovative new project will help those who are most at risk of re-offending. The programme will deliver intensive and practical support, both one-to-one and in groups, developing a range of tools for individuals. The support package will tackle the key contributory factors OR Standard Resettlement Pathways: accommodation; health; finance and debt; relationships; attitudes and behaviour; education; employment and substance misuse.
As a Tutor/Trainer, you will deliver both accredited and non-accredited courses in areas such as, but not limited to; Employability Skills; confidence and motivation; Citizenship; Money Management; Personal Health, and Personal Development.
You will need to be capable of building a good rapport with participants and strive to build on levels of engagement and motivation. Maintaining accurate records and reports as well as developing course materials will also be a requirement.
– Experience working in a teaching and learning environment – supported by a Minimum Level 3 Teaching Qualification such as PGCE, DTTLs, PTTLS, AET or equivalent
– A relevant Quality Assurance qualification is desirable but not essential (IQA or equivalent)
– Experience of working with challenging or dis-engaged learners is essential
– Experience running engaging & creative workshops, particularly those around job search, employability skills, career development, and confidence building
– The ability to work in a target-orientated environment and achieve the required measures of success and quality