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Specialist Study Skills Tutor - Specific Learning Differences

Professional Services

Learning, Teaching and Student Experience

Salary:  £35 per hour
Post Type:  Part Time
Contract Type:  Casual Worker Agreement
Closing Date:  Tuesday 30 July 2024
Reference:  HR-SS2

We are looking for experienced, skilled, and qualified Specialist Study Skills tutors to join our team of professionals who provide 1:1 support to disabled students.

Specialist Study Skills tutors provide 1:1 tuition and support for students diagnosed with Specific Learning Differences (SpLD), which may include Dyslexia, Dyspraxia, Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder and Dyscalculia and/or Autistic Spectrum Conditions (ASC).  You will build professional working relationships with a case load of students combining a person-centred approach with an understanding of the student’s condition, to support students with their academic progress.

You will have a membership of a professional body and qualifications as recognised within the DfE Mandatory Criteria for Specialist Study Skills (document available to download from ) the details of accepted professional membership bodies are on page 12 – 16.

The post is paid at £35.00 per hour, and the hours available are determined by your availability and specialism.

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