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<p><strong>£5 per hour aged 16-18,</strong></p><p><strong>£5 per hour aged 19 or over within the first year of apprenticeship national minimum wage (NMW) for all other apprentices</strong></p><p><strong>37 hours per week, 39 weeks per year</strong></p><p>If you have a passion for education, are able to help support opportunities for learning and progress whether inside or out, come rain, hail or shine and love working as part of a team, you could be the person we are looking for!</p><p>As a Curriculum Access Assistant Apprentice you will be supporting students with learning difficulties/disabilities in mainstream classes and small groups in order that students with SEN achieve their full potential in school.</p><p>Tendring Technology is a key member of The Academies Enterprise Trust (AET), a multi-Academy sponsor which aims to provide the opportunity for all young learners to fulfil their real potential, broaden their horizons and become active, prosperous and successful citizens in the world around them. The College attained Teaching School is a large successful 11-18 mixed comprehensive school, which has two campuses; Frinton Campus (KS4 & KS5) and Thorpe Campus (KS3) with approx. 5 miles between sites.</p><p>You will complete either a Level 2 BTEC Certificate in Supporting Teaching and Learning in the Classroom or Level 3 BTEC Diploma in Supporting Teaching and Learning in the Classroom. You may also be required to complete Literacy, Numeracy and IT Functional Skills (this will be determined by existing qualifications). Your Trainer/Assessor will assess you in the workplace every 4 weeks. In between these meetings you will have dedicated time away from your job to work on the apprenticeship and collate evidence for your apprenticeship e-portfolio with ongoing support from your Manager and Trainer/Assessor.</p><p>This is an exciting opportunity to be in a real job, with real variety, from day one whilst working towards a qualification.</p><p>The successful candidate will have excellent people and communication skills and will be flexible to adapt to changing situations. </p><p>To be eligible for the Apprenticeship, applicants must have resided in the UK or EEA for 3 years prior to the start of the Apprenticeship and must not hold a level 4 (or equivalent) qualification or above. Please note: applicants must not be a graduate or have already completed a Level 2/3 Teaching Assistant apprenticeship (depending on the level you are applying for).</p><p>This will be a fixed term position and the duration of the apprenticeship will be determined by the job role and current skills. The minimum length of the apprenticeship will be one year and one week.</p><p>Please note: AET has their own in house apprenticeship scheme and do not work with any other training providers to deliver Apprenticeships.</p><p>AET believes that each and every child is inspired to choose a remarkable life. Our mission is to gather and motivate inspirational people committed to delivering an excellent education that launches children into remarkable lives. </p><p><strong>Our values are:</strong></p><ul> <li>Be unusually brave</li><li>Discover what's possible</li><li>Push the limits</li><li>Be big-hearted</li></ul> <p><strong>These positions are required to commence as soon as possible.</strong></p><p><strong>Closing date: Friday 15 March 2019</strong></p><p><strong>For further information please contact Julia McFarlane by telephone on 01255 682040 or by email on firstname.lastname@example.org .</strong></p><p>We reserve the right to close this vacancy early should we receive an overwhelming response. All candidates are advised to refer to the job description and person specification before making an application.</p><p><strong>In line with our safeguarding practices we are unable to accept CV's. Find your remarkable, apply today, by clicking the following link: <a href="https://bit.ly/2BmKrfh">https://bit.ly/2BmKrfh</a></strong></p><p> </p><p>We are committed to safeguarding and protecting the welfare of children and expect all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. A Disclosure and Barring Service Certificate will be required for all posts. This post will be subject to enhanced checks as part of our Prevent Duty.</p><p><strong>Follow us on Facebook, Twitter and Linkedin.</strong> Further details can be found on our careers page.</p><p>AET is recruiting for School Direct placements. Please visit our website <a href="https://sites.google.com/aetinet.org/academies-enterprise-trust/work-at-aet/graduates">https://sites.google.com/aetinet.org/academies-enterprise-trust/work-at-aet/graduates for further details.</a> </p><p>We are committed to safeguarding and protecting the welfare of children and expect all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. A Disclosure and Barring Service Certificate will be required for all posts. This post will be subject to enhanced checks as part of our Prevent Duty</p> - To apply please use the following: recruitment.81CE686B8.email@example.com
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Tendring Technology College is a key member of Academies Enterprise Trust (AET), a multi-Academy sponsor which aims to provide the opportunity for all young learners to fulfil their real potential, broaden their horizons and become active, prosperous and successful citizens in the world around them. The College attained Teaching School status in July 2014 and is a large successful 11-18 mixed comprehensive school, which has two campuses; Frinton Campus (KS4 & KS5) and Thorpe Campus (KS3) with 5 miles between sites.
Tendring Technology College (TTC) - a community in which young people work hard, are happy, and achieve outstanding success. Our students are switched on, bright and connected. If this matches your aspiration, then TTC is the place for you.
At TTC we aim to help young people realise their ambitions as they prepare for adult life. This eductional community is nurturing and caring, and we help young people to build strong motivation and aim for the highest possible standards. We know how important self-esteem is, and we provide a very clear moral framework in which young people learn to distinguish right from wrong, and gain satisfaction from helping others to succeed.
We offer a wide range of both academic and vocational courses, closely matched to the needs and aspirations of our students and the community.
We employ some of the best teachers in the UK, and make excellent use of a wide range of teaching methods so that all can thrive. Students make use of the latest technologies across the curriculum to enahnce learning. We want to challenge and extend the thinking and understanding of our students. Learning here is fun, exciting and opens up new horizons.
At TTC we work closely with students, parents and wider community agencies to provide a personalised learning service in which young people play a major role in determining their own future and achieving their goals. We help young people to know themselves and to value their own integrity. We believe in justice and inclusion so that they can grow to be well rounded, morally aware members of the wider community.
We aim for the highest quality of learning in every lesson every day. We want young people to bring their energies and enthusiasms to all the activities available at TTC.
We look forward to welcoming you so that you become part of an outstanding educational experience.