Autism - Learning Support Assistant
Are you a Psychology graduate looking for a Learning Support Assistant role in a college, working with Autism for September?
Do you have ambitions of becoming an Education/Clinical Psychologist or Occupational Therapist?
Would your outcomes match those of the school and the pupils? Would working 1:1 in Key Stage 1 with 2 Autistic pupils be the ideal role to start you career in Psychology?
I am working with an outstanding Secondary school that is 11-18 and looking for a Learning Support Assistant role. This Learning Support Assistant role is to begin in September 2018, for the academic year to July 2019. The school is outstanding and has an amazing infrastructure that makes it very good establishment in which to start your career in Education.
To apply for this Learning Support Assistant role in Guildford, call Mike @ Academics on 0203 031 4863 and upload your CV today!
Learning Support Assistant - a great role to break into the Education sector and learn Autism
***Ideal Learning environment if you want to learn about Autism
***ASD experience, personal or within a school setting. Helping friends and family, this personal experience as a Learning Support Assistant is invaluable
***A passion to work with Autistic pupils and raise attainment and the quality of their school day as high as you possible can
***10p/h for SEN Teaching Assistant role, Monday to Friday
***Full and part time
***Working with Mild to Severe Autism
***Easy part of Guildford to get to if you drive or on the train
***If you are passionate about Education, this Learning support role will give you 1:1 time with autistic pupils, pupils with Global Development Delay and a range of SEN
***Working with 6 or 7 pupils a week, real diversity within the role.
***Education and Training provided
***Working with an outstanding SENCo and set of teachers that you will learn a great deal from for your future career
***Working with likeminded Psychology Graduates and prospective graduates who have similar
***Some MLD and SLD elements to the role, 1 of the pupils is very gifted and talented
***Ensuring the pupil's attainment is raised as high as it can be while maintaining
***3 days of induction before starting the role with the SENCo and the SLT
The school, Guildford - Education and Training
-Large college in Guildford with fantastic facilities for Autism and Special Educational Needs
-Sensory rooms encouraging Art and Music Therapy, excellent CPD and Education and Training provided. Superb provision for Autism
-Plenty of likeminded Graduates who will have aspirations
-Large outdoor grounds with state of the art facilities
-I have worked with the College for 5 years and many of the Psychology Graduates have prospered in the Learning Support Assistant role and gone on to a MSc and Research projects with the school's help
-Outstanding crop of teachers to work with, learn from them to manage behaviour techniques
-Plenty of parking and very easy to get to on Public transport