Learning Coach Term-time only
£16,832.00 per annum pro rata
Hours of work
There are a range of contracted hours available including 21 and 35 per week. Normal working hours would vary between 8.30am- 5pm but you may be required to work early mornings, evenings and weekends if learners require support at these times.
The role of the Learning Coach is essential in helping young people with special educational needs develop skills towards independence and/or employability. The Learning Coach will work with learners on a one to one basis within the community, their home and/or other learning environments to complete accredited work which will contribute to a qualification. The Learning Coach will support learners to develop work ethic, travel independently and work with each learner on the job to maximise their potential and demonstrate their ability to be a competent and high performing employee. The Learning Coach would work under direct supervision from the Education and Skills Caseworker and Education Training Assistant Manager.
The role of a Learning Coach is varied, rewarding and you must be passionate, committed, creative and have strong values about employment/life opportunities for disabled people.
Contact Hannah.firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.