Pottery Tutor

Location: Wexham and Ivers Community Board


We are looking to recruit a sessional tutor to deliver Pottery courses, in and around the Iver Area.

About us

At Buckinghamshire Adult Learning, we provide inclusive learning opportunities to promote wellbeing and inspire people living or working in Buckinghamshire to achieve their potential. We are part of Buckinghamshire Council and the main provider of part-time learning opportunities for adults in the county.

We are an Ofsted Grade ‘Good’ training provider and are proud of our continued quality of teaching and learning and the work and support we provide to many.

Our Apprenticeship & Work Based Learning team offer a range of Apprenticeships and other work-based learning opportunities across several industries, for those young people just starting their career or for those who are upskilling to develop future career prospects and personal development. We offer qualifications in Business Administration, Customer Service, Accounting/Bookkeeping (AAT), Health and Social Care, Early Years, and Management; and usually run these in conjunction with the learner’s employer.

The Skills Development team offer qualifications from Entry Level to GCSE in various subjects, including but not limited to, English, Maths, Digital Skills and ESOL (English for Speakers of Other Languages). Within this department is also the LFA (Learning for All) provision where we run courses promoting skills and independence for those adults with learning difficulties and/or disabilities, and the Community Engagement team who work with job seekers and learners who may not generally access learning, holding courses from CV writing and interview skills to budgeting and confidence building.

Our Community Learning provision includes the Family Learning team, who work together with parents and carers, so they have more confidence with supporting their children at home; and the Learning for Personal Development team, who mostly offer non-accredited courses ranging from a variety of Languages and Fitness to Art, Floristry, Sewing, Pottery and a wide range of Creative Studies subjects.

If you have any skills that would make you a great fit to work with our Service, or if you have any hobbies or interests with the potential to teach, we would love to hear from you.

About the role

We are looking to recruit a tutor to work flexibly between 2-10 hours per week during the daytime/evening. Occasional Saturday workshops are also key to developing a strong programme in your subject.

You will be responsible for planning and delivering weekly classes of 5-11 week courses, or monthly weekday workshops, that stretch and challenge learners knowledge and skills.

Hourly rate: £21.15 - £32.93, depending on teaching qualifications held.

For more information or for an informal discussion, please contact Amanda Finnegan on [email protected] or 07590 454353.

About you

Applicants must hold an introductory teaching/training award such as City & Guilds PTLLS/Award in Education and Training (or willing to obtain one within 6 months of appointment).

A subject specific qualification to NVQ 3/HNC standard or equivalent is required for this post.

It is essential that all our tutors can plan and deliver high quality sessions while maintaining good records of student progress.

The successful candidate will support adult learners to develop their knowledge and skills and contribute to the development of a learner centred learning provision.

Other information

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