We are delighted to be assisting an education provider in West London with the appointment of their next Head of Learning Support.
The successful candidate will ensure that support for learners with SEND leads to success for individual students either in terms of development of independence, life skills, qualifications, completion of course or job outcomes.
Working with the Head of School – to develop and manage SEND provision in line with the College’s strategic objectives
To manage a team in the delivery of Learning Support for SEND learners and to plan, manage and develop the learning support provision for SEND learners.
To manage students with EHCPs. Including administration, application, enrolment, provision of support and budgetary needs for students with EHCPs including High
To manage a team of staff who provide support for deaf or hard-of-hearing students
To assist the Head of School and Director to manage the additional support funding claim across the College, and externally provided from local authorities, and
represent the College as the SENCO.
The person & qualifications
Degree or equivalent level qualification
Advanced level teaching qualification recognised by the FE sector (e.g. PGCE/DET)
SEN qualification or willingness to undertake one e.g the National Award for SEN Coordination
Experience of SEN teaching and learning support delivery
Good working knowledge of the 2014 SEN Code of Practice
An understanding of funding methodology in Learning Support
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