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Casual Adult Education Tutor HCC2633450

Hampshire County Council
£20.15 - £22.68 per hour plus holiday pay
Various
Various
Casual

Learning in Libraries is the provider of informal courses and workshops that are based in Hampshire County Council Libraries.

Experienced and/or enthusiastic tutors with and without adult teaching qualifications are required across Hampshire to deliver programmes to adults that will support and develop skills for emotional and physical  health and wellbeing, for employability, digital skills and arts and crafts.

We are seeking tutors who can plan, deliver and evaluate sessions in employability, confidence building, personal development, digital skills, physical health, arts and craft and life skills to meet the needs of Hampshire residents while enriching their lives. Our learners are aged 19+ and can be in their 90’s; some cohorts may have learning difficulties and disabilities.  Delivery will be through group work at a range of Library venues and some off-site venues.

As an Adult Education Tutor, you will have experience in your subject area and a passion for sharing your knowledge. Experience of teaching adults of mixed ability in a community setting is desirable but not essential. You will have excellent communication skills, be highly self motivated, well organised and able to confidently manage the quality and data requirements associated with further education programmes.

Casual tutors will work hours/days/locations as agreed on a term by term basis with the local area coordinator. There is not a minimum number of hours required although those offering flexibility in hours and location are likely to be offered more work.

Our Organisation is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children, young people and adults. We expect all employees, workers and volunteers to share this commitment. We will ensure that all our recruitment and selection practices reflect this commitment.
Wendy Eves, Assistant Library Manager on 07794 597808 or wendy.eves@hants.gov.uk
24 September 2017