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BDA Associates: Diagnostic Assessors/Workplace Needs Assessors‚Äč

Location: National

The BDA are always seeking to expand its numbers of Associate Assessors nationally in order that we can meet the needs of our clients from all sectors of society.

For more information please see attached or contact assessments@bdadyslexia.org.uk and if interested please complete the application form.

The Dyspraxia Foundation - Education Trustee

We are looking for an individual who has strong experience in special needs education. An ideal candidate would have direct experience of working in an education institution and understand the current issues, policies and practice surrounding special needs provision and DSA support. An Educational Psychology qualification or SpLD practicing or assessment qualification would be ideal.

Working with our existing education panel, the education trustee has the opportunity to guide charity’s support offering to the education sector, parents and students.

The Education Trustee would oversee the Dyspraxia Foundation’s contribution to national policy through response to consultation and making representation to government on the needs of students with dyspraxia/DCD.

Interested parties should contact: Eleanor Howes CEO, Dyspraxia Foundation, 8 West Alley, Hitchin, Herts SG5 1EG

01463 455016 / admin@dyspraxiafoundation.org.uk

Lecturers in Specific Learning Difficulties

Salary: £17,138 to £ 30,946 per annum, inclusive of London Weighting (FTE: £21,422 to £38,682 per annum)

Expiry date: 31/10/2018

Please visit the Carshalton College website for full information, a job description and to apply for this role.

The Learning Support Service consists of a successful and well established team providing support for learners who have SEND across the South Thames College’s Group. We have the in house expertise to provide successful placements for a significant number of learners with high needs support requirements.

We are looking for two experienced specialist teachers who can demonstrate a person-centred approach and a track record of improving the achievement rates of learners on mainstream courses with a wide range of SpLD.

You should have experience of teaching 1:1, small groups and whole groups; ideally in the post 16 sector from level 1 to level 3. You must have a teaching qualification and a recognised specific learning difficulties qualification for teaching and assessing for exam access arrangements to complete form 8s. We can only shortlist fully qualified candidates; unless you are completing your qualification in June 2018 and are able to provide a letter from your course director confirming your expected pass.

You must also have a good working knowledge of the Children and Families Act 2014; and the skills and knowledge to act as one of our Lead Professionals conducting EHCP reviews and contributing to other EHCP processes.

The post is based in Carshalton College. The role may have some multi college working related to assessing as needed.

Closing date for the return of a complete online application form is Wednesday 31st October 2018.

South Thames Colleges group is an equal opportunities employer and is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and vulnerable adults.

The benefits package includes generous annual leave, pension scheme, subsidised sports facilities and professional development and training.

The South Thames Colleges Group is made up of Carshalton College, Kingston College, Merton College and South Thames College, which merged on 1 August 2017. South Thames Colleges Group is one of London’s largest providers of post-16 education and training and is an ongoing and significant contributor to its local communities. We aim to put students’ success at the heart of everything we do.

We are looking for hard-working and collaborative people who can join our team and help challenge our students to progress and achieve.