Overview

Are you fed up of unmanageable class sizes of learners that just don’t want to be there?

Are you unhappy about the restrictions of when you can take your holidays?

Is your personal and work life balance disproportionate because of endless amounts of homework that need to be marked at home?
If you answered ‘Yes’ to these questions, then maybe you should consider Offender Learning.

Not only will you be offering people a second chance and the opportunity to turn their lives around to gain the skills to build a better future for themselves, but you can expect the following benefits:

*Small manageable class sizes of 8-12 learners (education for learners is a privilege; those who take it for granted lose the right);
*Flexibility to take holidays throughout the year without the usual term time restrictions;
*All administration and ILP’s are completed in the prison (no work is taken home);
*Education runs throughout the year and therefore the ability for increased earning potential is available for sessional and on-going staff

Protocol is pleased to be working alongside Prisons in the Oxford/Buckinghamshire area to recruit for experienced Tutors to deliver various subjects on a sessional/adhoc basis. These subjects include:
*Functional Skills English
*Functional Skills Maths
*ICT

We are also looking for tutors who can deliver Vocational courses including:
*Plumbing
*Bricklaying
*Carpentry
*Plastering
*Dry Walling
*Painting & Decorating
(This list is not exhausted)

To be considered for any sessional hours you must be available to attend an Open Day at a prison in the Buckinghamshire area on Thursday 10th November 2016 from 8.45am till approx. 2.30pm.

You will need to bring your own lunch and you will also need to bring copies of the relevant subject and teaching certificates (and original) along with a copy of your photo driving licence and passport/ birth certificate (and originals).

If you would like to be considered for sessional work and you are available to attend the Open Day then please send us your CV. Please be aware that we will contact you if you have been shortlisted to attend.

To be suitable for any sessional work you will meet the following criteria:
*A minimum of a Level 3 qualification in subject specialism.
*A recognised teaching qualification. (PGCE, Cert Ed, DTLLS, CTLLS, PTLLS, QTS)
*Previous experience teaching at least 1 of the above subjects in a classroom setting.
*Competent IT skills for maintaining and updating student portfolios.
*Own transport – due to the locations of the prisons.

If successful for any sessional work, you will need to go through Prison Clearance, this procedure takes approximately 2 – 4 weeks. You will also be required to have a fully enhanced DBS.

Not on the lookout for work but you know someone who is? Ask them to send us their CV.

Protocol promotes equal rights and is an employment business under The Conduct of Employment Agencies and Employment Businesses Regulations 2003. Work is undertaken on a self-employed basis under contract with Protocol. An enhanced Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) check is required for all Protocol assignments. All positions advertised by Protocol comply with the Agency Workers Regulations 2010.

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