Overview

Knowledge, Skills and Experience

Area Essential Desirable Evidence
Professional Qualifications
Relevant Teaching qualification

Degree or equivalent

QTS (special needs provision)

Knowledge of accredited courses and internal verification

Literacy Qualification

Early years/child development qualification

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Certificates
Knowledge

Demonstrates the ability to put theory into practice and act as a strong role model.

Well-developed understanding and application of equality, diversity and inclusion

Knowledge of supporting and utilising strategies when working with young people with ASD

Demonstrate the ability to apply positive behaviour strategies to increase access to learning

Demonstrates a reflective, positive and solution-focussed mind-set.

Demonstrate the ability to set highly differentiated work within the classroom setting

Demonstrate the ability to manage learning across multiple environments
The ability to deliver
qualifications from Pre-Entry to Entry Level 2 Application Form
Interview
Skills

The ability to assess and teach disabled young adults and successfully implement a range of teaching approaches, styles and strategies.

Underpinning knowledge of a wide variety of subjects within an SEN setting.

The ability to break down learning to SMART objectives.

Demonstrates the ability to develop and deliver successful curriculum courses incorporating embedded functional skills.

Excellent written and verbal communication skills in order to present information and communicate with members of the multidisciplinary team.

The ability capture progress and achievement evidence within a variety of formats e.g. multi-media
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Experience of delivering work placement programmes including liaising with work place providers

The ability to develop and produce suitable risk assessments taking in to account a diverse range of needs. Application Form
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Experience

Experience of teaching students/pupils with learning and/or physical disabilities

Experience of working within safeguarding policies and procedures

Demonstrates an understanding and application of GDPR principles

Demonstrate the ability to work effectively within a multi-disciplinary team
Experience of delivering literacy programmes that develop emergent and conventional literacy skills

Experience of delivering creative arts subjects within the Arts Award framework

Experience of delivering a PSHE curriculum appropriate to individual learning needs Application
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References
Personal Qualities

Positive, caring and open-minded attitude

High expectations for learners with SEN

Strong values in relation to equality and diversity

To have a respectful and non-judgemental approach to others
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Other

Flexibility to adapt in line with individual and service needs.

The ability to identify and respond to curriculum needs. Application
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We have a massive duty of care towards those we support who are often the most vulnerable in society, which is why our staff are encouraged to keep up to date with vaccines and focus on self-care too.

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