Psychology & Sociology Graduate - Newham

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Psychology & Sociology Graduate – Newham

Primary SEND Schools
Based in Newham
Full-time or Part-Time
Special educational needs and disabilityEmpowering Learning are recruiting Psychology & Sociology Graduates for our highly regarded Exploring SEND workshop on Tuesday 7th January 2020. If you are a graduate considering a future in teaching and looking for classroom-based experience, then our SEND workshop will give you the opportunity to start your career in Education as a Learning Support Assistant within a SEND setting. Our SEND specialist will deliver an Introduction to working with children and young adults with special needs. You will be required to attend a 1-day workshop, which 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 when working as a Learning Support Assistant. Once the 1-day workshop is completed, we will then help you find a voluntary placement for 3-5 days within one of our partnered SEND schools based in London. The 1-day Exploring SEND workshop will be FREE of charge, and your voluntary placement is unpaid, once both are completed, you will be able to work for Empowering learning as a Learning Support Assistant on a part-time or full-time basis.

Job Responsibilities

Comfortable supporting pupils with various Learning Difficulties
Ability to engage and support pupils
Assist with personal care
Supervising children behaviourBenefits to you

Free SEND workshop
Valuable classroom-based experience
Excellent rates of pay
The option of working Full-Time or Part-Time
Free Team Teach Training
Based in Newham and the surrounding areas Job Requirements

Experience of supporting children or young adults with learning difficulties or disabilities is desirable
Able to stay calm and de-escalate challenging Behaviour
Valid DBS registered with the online update service or be willing to apply for a new one
Available 3-5 days a week and able to commit to at least 3-monthsIf you would like more information or would like to apply for this role, please submit your CV today or contact Christopher Smith on or via email