Graduate Health and Social Care/Support workers required

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* Residential Support Worker, Health & Social care Graduates
* Exploring SEND Workshop
* SEN Schools throughout Sefton
* Short & Long Term supply opportunities available

Timeplan Education are excited to be recruiting Residential Support workers and Health & Social Care graduates in Sefton, for our highly regarded Exploring SEND workshop on 6th April. If you are a support worker looking to move into a school based role or a graduate considering a future in teaching but unsure of what type of setting you wish to work in, then our Workshop will give you an insight in to working within an SEND setting.

Our SEND specialist will deliver an Introduction to working with children and young adults with special needs. If our exploring SEND workshop interests you, then you will be required to attend a 1-day workshop, the session will last up to 5-hours and will cover different areas of SEND such as working with pupils with PMLD, Autism and Down Syndrome. This workshop will also look into dealing with Challenging Behaviour and will help you better understand how to deal with this. Once the 1-day workshop is completed, we will then help you find a voluntary position for 3 days within one of our partnered SEND schools based in the Sefton. The 1-day Exploring SEN workshop will be FREE of charge and your voluntary placement is unpaid.

Once you have completed the SEND workshop and voluntary placement, we will support you in securing you a paid role within a SEND School based in Sefton. Throughout this process you will be supported by your own dedicated consultant, that will be focused on finding you a placement based on your skills and previous experience.

If you are looking to pursue a career in the SEND Education sector and have a passion for supporting children or young adults with Special needs, then this is a great opportunity for you to gain valuable experience and knowledge in an SEND setting. This workshop and voluntary placement will give you the necessary knowledge and platform to build a career working in SEND education.

To be considered for our SEND Workshop you must hold:

* Experience as a Residential Support Worker or Health & Social Care Graduate
* Comfortable working with challenging behaviour
* Excellent interpersonal skills to work effectively with staff and pupils
* A valid DBS registered with the online update service or be willing to apply for a new DBS
* Minimum of 2 days availability

In return, when working with Timeplan Education you will benefit from:

* FREE enrolment on to our Exploring SEND Workshop
* Dedicated consultant committed to finding the right role and setting for you, who will support you during your assignments
* Competitive rates of pay, depending on experience £60 -£75 a day
* A fast clearance process, most of which can be accessed online

If you are looking to make a difference and have a passion for working with SEND pupils, we want to hear from you