Motor Vehicle Lecturer,

Plus Statutory Holiday Pay

Posted 1 month ago | ref: 274414

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Protocol are working closely with a Further Education College based in Berkshire in their search for an experienced Motor Vehicle Lecturer to teach the level 2 & 3 light motor vehicle specification within the college.

The Role:

  • Temporary ongoing 
  • Full-time Position (24 hours of teaching ; 37 hours per week)
  • Monday to Friday
  • £25 – £35 per hour PAYE

Role Details:

1. Student Learning

• Effective delivery and management of a teaching programme within the areas of competence of the post holder paying due regard to student progression towards successful completion.

• Regular assessment of student progress and preparation of appropriate progress reports. This will also include the development of assessment strategies to meet the learning objectives (asset out in Unit Guides) through the medium of ‘Schemes of Work’. The recording and monitoring of student progress through effective evidence-based tracking.

• Provide accurate, timely data and information including registers, withdrawals, transfers, assessment, examination results, and progress reports.

• Maintain student morale and discipline inside and outside ‘the classroom’ within the College site and in conjunction with college management.

• ProMonitor – Actively engage with the student electronic ILP platform to monitor student progress, record interventions and

• Work effectively within the team/s responsible for devising, reviewing, and maintaining effective teaching and learning strategies.

• Assessment of professional and personal development needs through playing a full part in the College’s appraisal and performance management process.

• Keep up to date in relevant areas of professional expertise through reading, attendance at meetings; visiting industry/commerce; membership of networks as appropriate.

• Develop and maintain links with industry/commerce within the overall framework of such links throughout the College.

• Attendance at relevant parents’/open evenings.

• Undertake course co-ordination responsibilities when required.

2. Curriculum Development

• Develop existing and/or new courses together with other members of the team/s.

• The development of programmes of study including apprenticeships, which satisfy the specifications, laid out by different awarding bodies.

• Creates assessment specifications.

• Evaluate and review the curriculum.

• Conduct student follow-up, particularly the evaluation of curriculum aims in relation to student outcomes

• Keep abreast of curriculum development, syllabus, and assessment requirements relevant to the areas of teaching and competence of the post holder.

• Ensure curriculum is industry relevant

3. Pastoral Care

• Assists learners to choose the learning programme that most effectively matches their hopes and aspirations

• Assists in the design of individual action plans and negotiates individual students’ performance objectives

• Helps learners identify and resolve matters which impede their progress.

• Documents individual student progress as directed by the Head of Department.

• To be a personal tutor for a year group/s or course group/s.

• Support and encourage the Course Team’s outreach and liaison work within the community and relevant organisations outside the College.

• Support through the organisation of and/or delivery of extra mural activities necessary to the student’s career and personal development.

4. Administration

• Contributes to the effective and efficient working of the Department.

• Maintains appropriate files and records.

• Controls resources as directed by Head of Department.

• Implements College policies and rules.

• Contributes to the attainment of the College’s strategic objectives, as appropriate.

• Complies with all College policies, practices, and procedures.

 

 

Essential Qualifications & Knowledge: 

  • Relevant Professional Qualification at Level 3 or above 
  • A Teaching Qualification or relevant teaching experience
  • Experience within the industry 
  • Have good organisational and planning skills
  • Be enthusiastic and have the ability to motivate learners 

Schedule:

  • Monday – Friday 

Licence/Certification:

  • Driving licence (Preferred)

Ability to commute:

  • Berkshire (Required)

Work location: In Person 

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