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Learning Support ASD

  • Location: Bromley
  • Start date: 04 Sep 2017
  • Category: Further Education
  • Job reference: PE10910290
  • Branch: London SEND South East
  • Consultant: Charlotte Allen
  • Call: 020 8971 1284
This vacancy has now expired.
Job description
Are you interested in working with young people with ASD?
·Work in a specialised College.
·Earn up to £80 a day depending on experience.
·Work with young people, 18+.
A specialist college in Bromley is looking for support workers who are interested and open-minded with working with young people with ASD and other behaviours.

You, as an individual, will need to be calm, adaptive and vigilant to changes in behaviours and situations. You will need to be able to react quickly, effectively and efficiently to keep the students calm.

The college often works outside the college grounds with students working within the local community, they also go out on regular recreational trips including: wind surfing, sailing, and cycling.

This is an incredible opportunity for people who are looking for a new career change working with ASD, people who maybe have experience and want to continue with their knowledge and understanding of the subject, and for people who want to gain the experience or further study.

If this role interests you please do not hesitate to call Charlotte on 02084618900 or alternatively send your up to date' CV to callen@protocol-education.com.

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