We’re into learning for life; you could give people the tools they need to build their future.
We want to offer first-class learning opportunities to our communities. Whether that’s to improve job prospects, better support family or improve well-being, our communities come to us to help support them develop new skills. That’s why we support our tutors to work with small groups of learners where they can respond to individual need, work flexibly and take advantage of what education technology can offer.
We help people through learning opportunities. Whether that is helping them move in, or closer to, work or volunteering, improve their physical or mental well-being or simply strengthen their connection to our communities, we’re here to help. We provide a friendly and flexible environment at our Open Learning Centre, where we welcome people to collaborate and learn.
We’re specifically looking for tutors in the following areas: English, maths, IT, employability, exercise and fitness, nutrition and well-being
Put simply, this is an opportunity to pass on your passion for learning and support someone take those next steps.
Because we’re Bracknell Forest.
What it's like working in our team...
As a community learning tutor, you’ll be working flexibly to support a range of learners. Your hours will depend on the needs of our community, but you’ll be supported at all times to provide the best possible experience for our learners. You’ll be part of a team which takes pride in the quality of its delivery, shown through learners consistently achieving good outcomes.
You’ll need to be confident planning and delivering lessons independently, whilst making time to take part in the team development opportunities available. Most of our tutors deliver a range of classroom and online courses, and you’ll want to be confident in both.
You will be supported to carry out the following duties, responsibilties and training...
- Plan, deliver and evaluate learning sessions for adults.
- Ensure sessions and supporting documents meet agreed quality standards.
- Take part in ongoing training and professional development.
- Contribute to the effective management and promotion of equality and diversity and safeguarding.
The benefits you will experience are...
- Regular opportunities for development through peer observation, collaboration and discussion.
- An inclusive and social working environment.
- Flexible working hours.
- A friendly and welcoming teaching locations.
- Opportunities to develop your skills in using education technology.
What we're looking for...
If you’re passionate about opening up opportunities through adult education, this is the role for you. We’re looking for an experienced adult educator, ideally with an appropriate teaching education, who is brimming with ideas about how to make their subject area relevant and accessible to all.
Interviews will be held on 28th May 2021.
Want to ask a question?
The Community Learning Team on (01344) 354220
As part of the Council’s ongoing commitment to redeployment, please note that this vacancy may be withdrawn at any stage of the recruitment process if a suitable redeployee is identified.