The Functional Skills Tutor will plan for, teach and support Apprenticeship and classroom students to complete their functional skills qualifications. They will achieve this through delivering classroom and workplace-based sessions as well as through small group, individual and tailored 1-2-1 support. The post holder will be supported to plan, design and deliver sessions to maximise student progress in a professional setting.
Duties and responsibilities
To prepare and review session plans, scheme of work and teaching/learning materials using initial assessments and marked work to take into account the learners’ individual needs
Plan and deliver engaging and exciting training sessions to inspire and motivate learners in classroom and workplace environment, depending on employer requirements
Travel to workplace sessions, to deliver planned functional skills sessions to individuals and groups
To improve learners’ experience through providing ongoing support as required
Prepare learners for examinations to gain the appropriate qualifications
Continually monitor and review learners’ progress
Assist in the writing, design and development of curriculum through planning time and standardisation meetings
Monitor attendance, punctuality and progress
To consistently deliver high standards of teaching and learning
To provide learners with one-to-one support in a contextualised setting
Act on feedback from teaching observations, employers, peers or other review processes
Undertake necessary training to professionally develop and keep abreast with current practices and legislation within the sector (if required)
Attend planning and coordination meetings as required
Coordinate the moderation of Functional Skills exams
To provide accurate and timely formative and summative assessment and feedback to learners, and maintain assessment records, including tracking and reporting of learner progress in line with the organisation’s policy
Complete qualification administration to required standards for awarding body and verified by IQA/EQA
Engaging with quality management processes to ensure that teaching maintains Outstanding OFSTED standards Other
To perform any other duties consistent with this position as may from time to time be assigned to you anywhere within the Careerwise.
To be committed to your own development through effective use of the Careerwise’s performance review scheme and staff development processes.
To support the delivery of the Careerwise’s strategy as it relates to this position.
To work collaboratively with the wider business and support the work of academic, curriculum and support functions teams as may reasonably be required in the delivery of the Careerwise’s strategic plans.
Safeguarding. Comply at all times with the CWCs safeguarding policy and play an active role in keeping students secure in their learning environment.
Equality and diversity. To be committed, adhere to and promote the Careerwise’s Equality and Diversity policy at all times.
Health and Safety. Abide by and raise awareness of health and safety in line with CWC policy and procedures.
Data Protection. To understand your own responsibilities, be committed to and comply with all CWC’s policies, procedures and guidelines with respect to the processing and management of all personal data
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