Creative Digital Group Tutor
In line with the opening of a brand new independent special school and continued growth of offer to young people in the Leicestershire area, R.E.A.L. Education are recruiting for a Creative Digital Group Tutor to work in the Hinckley area.
Job Title: Creative Digital Group Tutor
Salary: £18,000 – £22,500
Hours: Maximum of 37.5 hours per week, 52 week contract
Closing date: 3pm on Friday 10th July 2020
Creative Digital offers a range of cutting edge courses for both pre and post 16 learners founded on work-based experience in the creative digital arts industry.
Our bespoke courses cater for small groups of students with a view to developing industry based skills in preparation for success in adult life. R.E.A.L. has state of the art facilities and tutors that develop the learner’s skills based only on what is currently relevant to the commercial sector – from illustration, design, film and advertising through to engineered 3D visuals aimed at the gaming and TV industries.
Learners deal directly with clients such as Sony, NHS, Vahterus and Dalmatian Systems, and gain valuable, relevant skills whilst building commercial portfolios – highly prized in today’s working creative industry. Charles Stanford – Senior Marketing Director – Sony Music U.S. said: “R.E.A.L. Digital Arts deliver a course that is absolutely ‘on-the-button’ for any client wanting commercial digital content.”
The successful candidate should have an in-depth knowledge of Digital Arts. The candidate should have experience in developing effective resources for young people and have two years background working with children and young people within an education setting.
Responsibilities include but are not limited to:
- Assist with the assessment, preparation, delivery and review of a learner’s
curriculum including contributions to schemes of work, lesson plans and
updating regularly the ILP Individual Learners Plan.
- Undertake the roles and responsibilities associated with the tracking, support
and monitoring of Learners/Apprentices.
- Play an active part in the Employers/ Apprentice partnership arrangements
ensuring both learner and employer participate fully in the delivery of the 20%
on the job training (OJT).
- Collection and collation of learner information including learner profiles, pen
pictures, risk management procedures and special educational needs and
suitably differentiate your delivery to meet the identified needs.
- Completion of all assessments, tracking documents, progress reports and
feedback reports to commissioning bodies e.g. Education, Health and Care
plans, Key Stage 3 & Key Stage 4 transition planning, and post 16 opportunities.
The successful candidate should have experience in developing effective resources for young people and have two years experience of working with children and young people within an education setting.
This will be a challenging role but rewarding one, if you have the motivation and drive to make a difference to the lives of young people and be able to teach them the skills required to live independent and fulfilling lives then please read the job description and person specification and send your completed application form and CV to email@example.com
Appointment to this post is subject to an enhanced Disclosure & Barring Service check. Please read our policies on equality and diversity, and safeguarding on our website prior to submitting an application.