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Graduate TA

  • Job Location

    Guildford, Surrey

  • Duration


  • Job Benefits

    £65.00 - £75.00/day


Graduate TA - Guildford

An ideal opportunity has arisen for a Graduate TA to work with SEN students in Further Education.

Graduate TA
£60 to £75 daily rate
Special Educational Needs
Further Education/College
Immediate start
Future Masters StudentsAs well as providing a range of experiences for hundreds more sectors and careers.

Some of the responsibilities for this role include:

Participating in all timetabled activities, providing personal assistance and supervision for students before, during and after lessons
Assisting students understand and partake set tasks in an appropriate way including note taking and supporting with literacy and numeracy
Working with the whole class, a small group or individual learners as required
Encouraging students to demonstrate appropriate social skills as well as behaving appropriately in public settings; including all areas of the College
Flexibly meeting the individual student's needs while delivering discreet support to named students
Maintaining individual student records
Help to build students' confidence and motivation
Participating in team meetings and training programmes as an active member of the team, where appropriate
Working with managers and employees to support the developing culture of the learning organisation
Follow the College's procedures for child protection/vulnerable adultsA leading college in Guildford are currently looking for a Graduate TA with experience, or a keen interest, in SEN and SEN provisions. The college is on beautiful open grounds and offers its students a range of courses, subjects and therapies.

The role requires someone with:

Good general education to GCSE level (English and Maths) or equivalent
Knowledge of the range of different types of learning difficulties and disabilities
Ability to adapt to a variety of working environments and students with differing abilities
A co-operative working style with the ability to work as part of a team
Practical abilities which focus on the needs of students with LDD
Excellent interpersonal and communication skills
A caring approach and a good listener
A willingness to undertake flexible working patterns
A willingness to undertake staff development where applicable
Self motivated
Significant experience of working with young people or adults with a range of severe, complex and moderate learning difficulties and/or disabilities and or behavioural needsThis is the perfect position for a Graduate TA positions available in search of well structured experience before going on to teacher training, or your master's degree.

As well as many more which will greatly assist their personal and professional development.

If you are interested, we'd love to receive your application as soon possible. If you would like to know more, contact Andrew @ Academics on (phone number removed)

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