Pool Lecturers – Family & Community Learning
LONDON BOROUGH OF WALTHAM FOREST
Waltham Forest Adult Learning Service
Part Time Pool Lecturers – Family & Community Learning:
Hourly rate £23.00 - £32.10
Pro-rata salary £21,687 - £30,266 (including London Weighting)
Waltham Forest Adult Learning Service is the local authority’s direct provider of adult and community education and work-based training. Officially rated as “Good” following our OFSTED inspection in July 2016, join our team on our journey to “Outstanding.”
We are seeking to appoint lecturers to deliver Family & Community Learning programmes.
Are you creative and flexible?
Can you inspire and motivate a diverse range of learners?
- A qualified primary school teacher looking for part-time teaching opportunities or
- An adult learning lecturer with a relevant teaching qualification e.g. CTLLS, PGCE, Cert Ed, or
- A subject specialist with or working towards a relevant Level 3 subject qualification or
- An industry specialist willing to complete an initial teaching qualification.
If you can deliver in any of these subjects we would like to hear from you:
- Early Years
- Parenting and Children’s development
- STEM) Primary Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths
- Dance, and Exercise
- Wellbeing & Healthy Lifestyle courses
- Basic digital skills and online safety
- Basic coding
- Healthy eating and nutrition
- Families Maths and English
- Creative Art and Crafts
- Keeping up with the Children’s Math or English K1 / K2
We are looking to recruit innovative pool (tutors) lecturers for the coming academic year. You should be confident delivering online or a blended learning approach and have experience delivering to adults, and activities that involve parents/carers together with young children.
Family & Community Learning courses benefit adults and children, through improved health and well-being, increased engagement with society, positive attitudes to learning, greater confidence, employability for adults, and improvements to children’s development and attainment
The role will include delivery of non-accredited courses. You will need to be passionate about your subject and be able to raise achievement through motivating, challenging and inspiring our diverse community of adult learners.
We offer a range of provision across the local community, which is both bespoke and responsive, meeting needs on a very localised level. Therefore, we are looking for someone who is adaptable and flexible and can deliver during the day, evening, and weekends
We are looking to expand our teaching team, so if you can teach across any of these areas, please do get in touch. If you have the expertise to support adults or children (or both) to develop their skills in any of these areas and you are committed to being an outstanding practitioner, then this is a role for you!
Candidates must have a high level of expertise in their chosen field and an in-depth knowledge of the subject they wish to teach.
Variable hours Classes are delivered at a range of venues across the borough.
Please review the attached generic lecturer role profile and complete the application form, please make it clear on the application form which subject area/s you are applying for.
Closing date: 29/6/22
Shortlisting date: 1/7/22
Interviews to be held: w/c 6/7/22
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