Learner support specialist - Remote

Ref No. BHN512545
Salary £28,000/annum
Location South East England, England
Job type Permanent
Job Status Open

Introduction

Full time perm Learner support specialist working remotely. Supporting adult SEND learners on apprenticeships.

Important

Coaching experience, experience working with adult learners

The Job

In this role you will offer guidance and support to enable learners to achieve their aspirations and goals. You will work with delivery teams to ensure that learners with SEND are able to achieve their core qualification and Functional Skills where appropriate. You will work directly with learners to identify and embed strategies which support their development and journey to autonomous learning.

Key Responsibilities

Complete in-depth diagnostic assessments with learners to identify needs. Create individual support plans for SEND learners, tailored to their specific needs, considering the results of initial & diagnostic assessments. Provide support to SEND learners a 1-1 or small group basis, embedding the use of appropriate strategies which encourages accelerated and autonomous learning. Support with the monitoring and recording of SEND learners' progress, providing regular feedback to delivery teams to ensure timely completion and achievement of qualifications. Provide specialist pedagogical guidance to delivery teams on supporting learners with SEND. Support delivery teams with the creation and adaptation of resources and other reasonable adjustments which enhance access to learning for SEND learners. Liaise with Awarding Organisations, providing clear rational and evidence to facilitate reasonable adjustments and exam access arrangements. Provide pastoral support to learners as required to aid engagement & achievement of their goals. Complete detailed documentation to evidence the need for Learning Support Funding. Monitor learner's welfare, health and safety in the workplace upskilling learner's knowledge regarding Safeguarding, British Values, Prevent and Equality & Diversity.

JOB DESCRIPTION

Continuously work to reduce the achievement gap between SEND and Non-SEND learners Key Working Relationships Functional Skills Team Delivery Teams Learners. Create individual support plans for SEND learners, tailored to their specific needs, considering the results of initial & diagnostic assessments. Provide support to SEND learners a 1-1 or small group basis, embedding the use of appropriate strategies which encourages accelerated and autonomous learning. Support with the monitoring and recording of SEND learners' progress, providing regular feedback to delivery teams to ensure timely completion and achievement of qualifications. Provide specialist pedagogical guidance to delivery teams on supporting learners with SEND. Support delivery teams with the creation and adaptation of resources and other reasonable adjustments which enhance access to learning for SEND learners. Liaise with Awarding Organisations, providing clear rational and evidence to facilitate reasonable adjustments and exam access arrangements. Provide pastoral support to learners as required to aid engagement & achievement of their goals. Complete detailed documentation to evidence the need for Learning Support Funding. Monitor learner's welfare, health and safety in the workplace upskilling learner's knowledge regarding Safeguarding, British Values, Prevent and Equality & Diversity.

Your Experience

Experience of and a proven track record of working with SEND learners Experience of working with a range of learners in a large, multidisciplinary organisation Proven track record of consistently exceeding targets.

Your Knowledge

Knowledge and/or experience in delivering Safeguarding Understanding of the SEND Code of Practice Proven understanding of EHC plans and importance to organisation and learner A thorough understanding of Teaching, Learning and Assessment Strong IT skills, including use of Microsoft Office products

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Louise Ness
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