DESIblitz Job: Inclusive Learning and EAA Practitioners
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We are working closely with a Further Education College in Nantwich who are looking to appoint Inclusive Learning and EAA Practitioners to start ASAP. The purpose of the job is: Working collaboratively with LSC, curriculum and Exams colleagues to undertake Exam Access Arrangements (EAA) assessments for students, oversee the provision and delivery of EAA alongside delivery of specific learning support interventions to individuals and small groups of students. Key Result Areas Tasks. To coordinate, plan and undertake EAA assessments for students and apprentices across college and RHT, working collaboratively with curriculum, LSC and Exam Colleagues.
Undertake initial screening tests to identifying additional support needs using specialist assessment tools. Liaise with CSTLs and LSC administrators to plan, coordinate, deliver and oversee one to one and small group interventions for students who declare SEND or require EAA support. Deliver cross college CPD, information sharing and guidance to colleagues in relation to EAA, SEND and JCQ regulations. Timely completion of EAA focused on delivering outstanding customer service.
Provision of one to one and small group interventions to support students who have declared SEND fulfilling their potential and progressing to independence in preparation for the world of work. Planning, provision and impact assessment of EAA training for candidates to ensure effective use of concessions in exams. Ensures compliance with quality assurance processes to enable consistency in assessments and quality in delivering EAA assessments and support interventions. Contribute effectively to improvement of Key Performance Indicators for the LSC such as timely completion of assessments.
Assists with delivery of exam concessions e. g. invigilation, reader, scribe if required to ensure that learners receive the appropriate support. Working collaboratively with the Assistive Technology CSTL to promote the use and application of assistive technology across College and RHT.
Working collaboratively with the Exams Team to ensure timely processing and planning of EAA in line with JCQ and exam board regulations. Promotes the role of Learning Skills Centre and purpose of EAA within curriculum areas. Actively promotes the College Inclusion strategy, independent learning, assistive technology and resilience. Liaises with prospective students and their parents to promote the role of the Learning Skills Centre including attendance at open days and open evening events.
Undertakes regular CPD in relation to EAA and JCQ/Exam Board Regulations in order to maintain high standards of professional competency. Working collaboratively with LSC colleagues to review and monitor EAA assessment processes in order to maintain an efficient and streamlined service delivering timely completion of assessments. Demonstrates a high degree of professional integrity and accountability in all aspects of the role, paying due regard to JCQ and Exam Board regulations and efficient use of College resources. Actively promotes and adheres to the Safeguarding and Health and Safety Policies and procedures.
Liaises with external partners in line with GDPR in order to inform the EAA assessment process and gather supporting information. Delivers outstanding levels of customer service placing the student experience and wellbeing at the centre of all interventions and assessments. Ensures accurate records of EAA and Additional Learning Support assessments, planning, monitoring and provision are recorded on the College’s MIS systems to facilitate the compilation of statistics and Additional Learning Support funding and external audit requirements. Prepares and presents reports as requested in line with internal and external quality assurance requirements.
Reviews and produces electronic and paper-based resources and materials. Works collaboratively with the LSC administrator to ensure efficient use of resources when planning and delivering assessments and interventions across College and RHT. Ensures the LSC is appropriately resourced and equipped to deliver EAA assessments in line with the exam board and JCQ regulations. Maximise the impact of ALS funding by working collaboratively with the SEND Lead and HILR to contribute to the ALS and HNF processes and paperwork.
Effective planning of learning support/EAA interventions and associated record keeping in line with internal and external audit requirement. Requirements. Have a minimum of 1 years’ experience within a similar role. Experience with SEN is a must.
To lead, manage, develop and maintain high-quality SEN provision which enables quality teaching, excellent learning outcomes and success for all pupils. Experience working with pupils on the autistic spectrum or learning difficulties. Clear DBS on the update service. 2 references from work in the past 2 yearsApply today or for more information on this and other teaching opportunities across The Supply Register contact Tom via email or the resourcing team on telephone.
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