We are looking for Tutors in the following areas:
Floristry tutor – to teach a variety of evening courses on themes such as Christmas, Easter and Summer Floristry starting from November 2019. Courses run for 5 weeks per theme, two hours a week
French tutor – to teach evening courses for beginners and to further develop fluency and understanding of the French language starting in September 2019. Courses run for 30 weeks, two hours a week
Holiday Spanish tutor – to teach an evening introduction to the Spanish language starting in January 2020. The course runs for 8 weeks, two hours a week
German tutor – to teach evening courses for beginners and to further develop fluency and understanding of the German language, starting in September 2019. Courses run for 30 weeks, two hours a week.
Introduction to British Sign Language tutor – to teach evening courses on sign language skills to enable learners to effectively communicate with deaf people, starting in January 2020. The course runs for 12 weeks, two hours a week.
Jewellery tutor – to teach evening courses for beginners and improvers, and introduce learners to the basic techniques of jewellery making, starting from September 2019. Courses run for 8 weeks, two hours a week, plus some Saturday workshops.
Personal Safety and Self-defence tutor – to teach a variety of short adult leisure and community learning daytime and evening courses starting from January 2020.
Drama skills tutor – to teach daytime drama skills to adults with mild to moderate learning difficulties and/or disabilities, as part of our Adult Enrichment Programme. Courses start in September and will run during the daytime for between 5 and 10 weeks duration. Day of the week to be agreed.
Although previous teaching experience is not required, you should be confident in your ability to teach your skills to others and cater for the range of abilities of our learners.
You will have GCSE or equivalent in Maths and English and have the ability, passion and confidence to demonstrate a high level of expertise in your chosen subject.
Ideal attributes of applicant:
You are an assertive communicator, able to engage with a variety of adult learners. You are organised, enthusiastic, and willing to undergo further training and development if appropriate.
Any other info.
Classes attract a mixed ability of learners, wishing to accomplish a wide range of skills. All courses are for adult learners aged 18 and over. Courses run on the main college campus and external venues in the vicinity.
Eastleigh College is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children, young people and vulnerable adults and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment.We particularly welcome applications from under represented groups including ethnicity, gender, transgender, age, disability, sexual orientation or religion.