South West London
Hours: 4 days per week
Rate: £23 p/hr PAYE
Temp / On-going
Our client a leading college group is looking for a Pastoral Tutor to play a leading role in ensuring that students have the appropriate support to help them succeed on their course. They will work alongside teaching staff to provide pastoral support, improve attendance, retention and achievement and encourage internal progression to enhance the quality of the learner journey. They will also provide instruction in workshop activities for Creative Industries students.
- Lead the timetabled group tutorial sessions and set up a rolling programme of 1:1 tutorial delivery for learners.
- Ensure learners have undergone appropriate initial and diagnostic assessments and are receiving appropriate levels of support (e.g. ALS).
- To liaise with teaching staff to set SMART targets for learner attendance, behaviour, progress and success.
- Maintain individual learner’s ILPs through use of Pro-Monitor.
- Ensure teachers and the Curriculum Manager are kept informed of learner progress and concerns through Pro-Monitor, direct communication and effective liaison.
- Liaise effectively with student support, additional learning support, course teachers and managers in order to offer a full range of support for learners.
- Set up regular 1:1 monitoring meetings with learners who are at risk (either through poor attendance; poor attitude to learning); their parents/carers and colleagues to ensure the learner maintains good punctuality, attendance and behavior on all aspects of their study programme.
- To effectively utilize a range of reporting mechanisms such as Pro-Monitor, Moodle and EBS to ensure information on learners is kept up to date.
- Liaise with student support to ensure all students attend the cross college tutorial sessions (15 per year).
- Contribute to Open Evening/Parents Evening, student interviews, induction schedules and handbooks.
- Supervision, support and training of learners in the workshop/classroom activities.
- Lead curriculum specific demonstrations to support the teaching and learning.
- Be actively involved in all course review meetings and attend all curriculum area meetings.
- Level 4 qualification in either Youth Work or in a subject relevant to Creative Industries
- Proven experience supporting young adults to develop their personal, social and employability skills – preferably in an education setting
- Excellent IT skills including Promonitor
- Some understanding of specialist software used in Creative Industries is desirable but not essential.
You must have an enhanced DBS within 12 months or be on the update.
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