We are looking for a Learning Facilitator (Vocational Instructor) to deliver a high-quality learning programme in an environment that will support young people with complex autism to grow and develop. You will deliver learning to achieve individual I can statements and develop Learning Journeys in relevant Areas of Learning. 

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Key job information: 

Wage: up to £25,000 per annum
Hours:

42 weeks per year (including 2 x 5 day ‘Training Weeks’ and 2 x extended provision weeks)

Contract type: Permanent - full time
Closing date for applications: Monday, 11 March , 2024
(Please be aware that applications will be considered upon receipt.)

Job description

The role of Learning Facilitator – Land-based at Prior's Court

We are looking for a Learning Facilitator (Vocational Instructor) to join our Ofsted 'Outstanding' school (May 2022) and help transform the future for our young people.

You will be part of our Landbased vocational learning team teaching our young people skills in gardening, grounds maintenance, planting etc.

You’ll be working in each of our horticulture areas as well as the wider 52-acre site.

You will work alongside our team of Learning Specialists, which includes teachers, therapists, and behaviour support leads, as well as liaising closely with our young person wellbeing teams.

We are a well-resourced and well-equipped school, set in beautiful grounds in Hermitage, Berkshire. Our vision is for our individual young people to achieve Health, Happiness, Independence, and Work Skills at the relevant levels.

You will work with amazing children and young people with autism, supportive colleagues, have access to professional development opportunities and have a good work/life balance.

Current vocational instructors are encouraged to apply, and a full induction is offered.

The successful candidate will be energetic, resilient, organised, flexible and able to work as part of a team.

Responsibilites include:

  • Follow and deliver planning as agreed with Learning Specialist
  • Adapt learning plans as relevant for groups of young people
  • Meet regularly with Learning Specialist to feedback and work collaboratively to improve outcomes
  • Complete attendance registers.
  • Ensure all young people's activity records are completed following each learning session
  • Record outcomes of learning activities
  • Use and help others to use schedules, visual structure, and communication systems to help young people understand and carry out tasks/activities successfully
  • Understand and support others to understand and implement young people’s This Is Me plans for areas of learning
  • Ensure safeguarding procedures are followed keeping young people safe from risk of harm and/or abuse
  • Ensure young people’s health needs are met
  • Ensure regular contact is maintained with young people’s parents and key stakeholders

For a complete list of responsibilities, please see the job description.

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Qualifications/ experience

  • Experience of working with children/young adults with autism or experience of working within a special/complex needs environment.
  • Experience of following planning and delivering learning to individuals or small groups.

Benefits

We aim to make all staff feel valued and supported with training and a competitive salary along with providing the knowledge and skills needed to do a great job. Find out more about the benefits we offer.

How to apply

Read through the application documents below, then complete a short online application form to apply. You may be required to fill in additional forms depending on the role and will be advised by HR following your application. You can read about our application process in detail here.

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Application links: 
Job description Application form

Policies:
Recruitment policy Safeguarding statement Equal opportunities statement
Documents to prove eligibility to work in the UK Job applicant privacy notice

Contact us about this role

t: 01635 247202
e: [email protected]

All positions at Prior's Court are subject to a satisfactory Enhanced Disclosure and Barring Service check, references and receipt of the appropriate Right to Work documents. Prior’s Court Foundation is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment.

Prior’s Court is proud to be an equal opportunities employer and we actively seek and embrace differences in thinking, experience, ethnicity, age, gender, faith, personalities and styles.

The different skills, experiences and backgrounds our employees bring to their roles create a workforce as diverse and individual as the young people we support and makes Prior’s Court a special place to work.

We strive for an inclusive environment where employees feel safe, engaged and supported to make a difference.

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