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Adult Tutor

  • Location: Nottinghamshire
  • Start date: 18 Jul 2018
  • Category: Further Education
  • Job reference: PE11045634
  • Branch: Nottingham Primary
  • Consultant: Matt Hardy
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Job description
Summary - Adult Tutor

I am currently recruiting for an Adult Tutor to work in across Nottinghamshire teaching Functional Skills, Business Administration, Customer Service, Employability and basic IT skills.

As an Adult tutor, you will work closely with clients to plan, develop and implement their Individual Learning Plan (ILP) from enrolment to the completion of their learning aims and beyond via giving exceptional Information, Advice and Guidance at all times.

You will demonstrate that you are able to deliver bespoke training for specific employers, and embed maths, English and ICT as well as British Values throughout your teaching sessions.

This position is to start in September and will be 5 days a week.

Requirements - Adult Tutor

·Hold or Teaching Qualification at minimum Level 3, preferably PGCE, Cert ED, DTTLS or Equivalent.
·Have Level 2 or equivalent in Functional Skills English and maths.
·Have experience teaching adults.

Working for Protocol Education you can expect:

·To work with a dedicated and honest SEND Consultant that has great experience in the education sector.
·Professional and organised structure with plenty of continual professional development opportunities (CPD).
·A clear and easy to use timesheet system with weekly pay.
·Working for a well know, trusted and respected Education leader.

To register your interest, send a copy of your CV or to find our more please ask for Matt Hardy; SEND Consultant, on 0115 853 2170 or email matt.hardy@protocol-education.com

Protocol Education is proud to be a National Living Wage employer supporting schools and talented people like you.

£250 will be paid if you are able to successfully recommend a Teacher to Protocol who then works for us, you can make as many recommendations as you like!


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