MUSIC TUTOR

Recruiter
Life Skills
Location
Leeds
Salary
From £18,000 to £23,000 per annum
Posted
30 Sep 2017
Closes
03 Nov 2017
Sector
Education
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Full Time
To plan, prepare and teach Study programme courses including Functional Skills, PSD/Employability accredited music qualifications. Assessing, supporting and developing learners to gain qualifications that will enhance their further education and/or career prospects.

Knowledge Skills and Experience:

Hold a teaching qualification DTTLS or equivalent

Hold an assessors award A1

Hold a Functional skills qualification Level 2 in English, Maths and ICT

Knowledge of Study programmes/Further Education

Communication skills

Time management skills

Organisational skills

Ability to work as part of a team and independently

Ability to motivate and encourage learner participation

Minimum 2 years experience in teaching post 16 learners

Minimum 2 years occupational competency

Sound knowledge and experience of Music Technology industry standard DAW’s including the use of Cubase

Knowledge and experience of recording equipment, microphones, recording techniques and enthusiasm for producing high quality recordings

Knowledge of the music industry ranging from careers, marketing and promotion, venues and music management

Duties:

Plan and deliver session’s including functional skills from entry 1 to level 2, PSD/Employability and a vocational qualificationTo prepare and review session plans, schemes of work and teaching and learning materials using initial assessments and marked work to take into account the learners individual needsTo improve learners experience through development of teaching methods and strategiesEmbed Equality and Diversity in the curriculumPrepare learners for examinations to gain the appropriate qualificationsContinually monitor and review learners’ progress and support through tutorialsUse Learning Assistant to communicate with learners, monitor progress and capture evidenceAssist in the writing, design and development of curriculum through planning time and standardisation meetingsMonitor attendance, punctuality and progress whilst building portfolios with learnersTo consistently deliver a ‘good’ standard of teaching and learningAccurately complete all relevant paperwork in line with company procedures and awarding bodies.Offer IAG on further learning and progression opportunities.To promote company courses to potential candidates and employers.Assist in meeting company targets, retention, progression and achievement of all learners.Accurately complete all relevant paperwork in line with company procedures.Promote and comply with the company policies and procedures.Act on feedback from observations from teaching and learning and internal and external verifying visits.Undertake necessary training to professionally develop and keep abreast with current practices and legislation within the sector.Attend meetings as required.Undertake any other routine task, as required by senior staff.Job Type: Full-time



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