Barking & Dagenham College is a vibrant and highly successful College in East London with circa 12,500 students, circa 500 established staff and a turnover of £35m. The College offers routes into learning from entry level through to MBA level, including apprenticeships, higher level apprentices, higher education and job centre plus clients. We have technical specialist areas from level 3 and above with a broad based curriculum up to level 2. We are immensely proud of the achievements of our students, our entrepreneurial and motivated staff team and our extensive partnership network. The College trains circa 850 apprentices, including circa 110 higher level apprenticeships and delivers work place training, traineeships and higher level technical and professional specialisms up to MBA level in our 4 strategic vocational areas; Construction, Design & Management; Engineering including mechatronics & robotics; Digital Creative; Health & Social Care and Leadership and Management across the pan London occupational sectors.
Our values of creativity, enterprise and innovation drive our organisational behaviours and business, so if you want to join our team, we have some exciting opportunities now available, and we are looking for motivated, learner-centred and outstanding teachers who can inspire students, have a flexible and creative approach to their work, and foster the development of excellent technical learning and entrepreneurial skills.
We are looking to recruit a highly motivated individual to undertake a dual role as a Progress Coach/Learning Support Practitioner. As a Progress Coach you will work alongside Curriculum Teams to facilitate and deliver the tutorial programme and provide in-class support for learners with SEND, to break down barriers and ensure that all learners are able to achieve successful outcomes both academically and socially. You will have the skills to deliver high quality tutorials and experience of setting, monitoring and reviewing targets and have a sound understanding of the range of issues facing young people and how this affects their capacity to learn.