Health & Social care Tutor

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Health & Social care Tutor

  • Location:

    England

  • Sector:

    Training & Coaching

  • Job type:

    Permanent

  • Salary:

    £24000 - £26000 per annum

  • Contact:

    Adam Spoors

  • Contact email:

    adam@newworldrecruitment.uk

  • Job ref:

    32173_1625239340

  • Published:

    28 days ago

  • Expiry date:

    2021-07-28

  • Startdate:

    ASAP

  • Client:

    ClientDrop

Position: Health & Social Care Tutor
Location: Remote based (ideally South located)
Package: £24,000 - £26,000

We've seen this role many a time, and it's difficult to know which provider to move to next at times. So what makes this one unique?
How about working for one of the UK's leading Charities, St John Ambulance. Having recently been approved as a main provider, the charity are looking to establish and grow their own Apprenticeship provider in the care sector.

It's still early days, but they already have a high amount of demand from employers across the UK, and internally within the organisation itself.

You'll me more than just a tutor. As well as taking the early cohorts through their level 2 and 3 Adult Care Apprenticeships standards, you'll be confident in designing and building the programme to a high degree of quality.

Remote design and delivery, with some face to face sessions where appropriate. So this will be more of a blended learning approach.

St Johns Ambulance are partnered with NCFE for their accreditations and are using Aptem as the online portfolio.

Quite simply, you'll have to be working and experienced on the current Apprenticeship standards at level 2 and 3 in Adult Care. Level 5 a bonus, but by no means necessary. What is necessary is for you to be comfortable and confident with online learning and have the ability to design the course material in order to constantly build and improve the programme as a whole.

This one is certainly unique on the market compared to working with a traditional ITP or college. You'll have far more exposure to the general operations of the Apprenticeship provision and the over all quality. Working for such a well known charity certainly comes with it's perks, not least the employer branding amongst the market as they have some fantastic benefits on offer:

  • 35 hour working week (less than usual)
  • Flexible working
  • Good pension
  • Blue Light & NHS discounts - yes, you will be classified as NHS, which will see as much as 25% discounts on some retailers.
  • A health & Wellbeing programme, and fantastic Training & Development.

You also still get the usual commodities such as 25 days holiday, cycle to work, mileage etc etc.

So, if you've got the up to date experience in Apprenticeships and fancy a bit of a change to a new provider. Get in touch