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ABA Tutor Job, Southwark

  • Location: Southwark
  • Start date: 19 Apr 2017
  • Category: Special Needs
  • Job reference: PE10886566
  • Branch: London SEND South Central
  • Consultant: Leanne Wilson
  • Call: 02032 197745
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Job description
ABA Tutors (1:1 ASD Support) -with existing experience needed for jobs throughout Southwark


An ABA tutor is the person who works day to day with the child (children) implementing the strategies and implementing the skills identified by the case manager (Behaviour Analyst), this may mean working with a child in the family's own home or in their SEND school or nursery.

This will differ from client to client depending on the child's and family's needs.

The main function of the post as an ABA tutor is to provide 1:1 teaching to children with autism using principles of Applied Behavioural Analysis (ABA). Most tutors would typically work with each child for 6 to 12 hours per week.


Responsibilities include;

The tutor should also follow the child's individual curriculum as guided by a qualified case manager. They should use ABA methodologies/strategies as outlined in the workshop notes and follow any amendments made to programmes by lead tutors/parents who regularly consult with the case managers.

All tutors should make every effort to attend all team meetings and workshops in order to maintain consistency and ensure continuous best practice. During workshops and team meetings good tutors help to identify areas of need/change within each individual pupil's programme, open discussions and offer suggestions as to potential methodology This input should be based on the curriculum and ABA methodologies to ensure that each child learns quickly and accurately and should be presented as an area for discussion by the whole team- if agreement doesn't occur then this should be written on a list of issues for one person to contact the case manager about.

All tutors should be trained in safeguarding and should not take any unnecessary risks when working with clients. Tutors should hold a current DBS check and have appropriate insurance.

We have a number of excellent schools throughout South east London that are looking for Support Tutors.

·Salary negotiable
·Do you have child related experience?
·Excellent interaction skills are a must!
·Reliable and able to communicate well with children
·Knowledge or experience of pupils who have special educational needs for example; ASD, Challenging Behaviour, PMLD or SLD preferable
·Available to work between 3-4 days per week to offer consistency to the pupils

We offer TEAM TEACH Training when you register with Protocol Education

For more details then please call LEANNE WILSON on 0208 971 1284
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