Programme Manager - Digital Skills
Alternative flexible working options available / open to discussion
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Camden Adult Community Learning is recruiting a Programme Manager for our Digital Inclusion curriculum Area. The Digital inclusion courses offer first step computer classes to allow people to engage with the benefits that being digitally active provides in the 21st Century. They are designed to attract those who have low skills and ae less likely to participate in adult education. These courses are attractive to learners of all ages, including vulnerable and older residents – allowing them to save time and money, support their children with their homework, prepare for work and communicate with their families and friends across the world thereby lessening their sense of loneliness.
The post holder will plan and develop a highly engaging, flexible and impactful Digital Skills offer to meet local and national priorities. You will reach service performance targets including: recruitment of priority learner groups; delivery in priority locations; safeguarding; learner recruitment, attendance and achievement; quality of delivery; number of taught hours; learner outcomes and progression. Additionally you’ll ensure contracted community learning venues e.g. schools, libraries, community centres, comply with current legal requirements and responsibilities such as Health and Safety, public /employers’ liability insurance, Equalities Act compliance, Safeguarding and Equal Opportunities, including the management of risk and resources, and to establish Partnership Agreements with all new community learning venues.
This post is exempt from the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act and will require an Enhanced DBS
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To be considered for this fantastic opportunity the successful candidate will have a full Level 5 adult teaching qualification (such as DTLLS or its equivalent) alongside a Level 2 in Literacy and Numeracy. You’ll possess current pedagogy and policy in relation to teaching ESOL, maths and employability to Entry level adults. You will have an understanding of the Ofsted Common Inspection framework as well as an excellent working knowledge of the statutory safeguarding and health and safety requirements. You will have excellent interpersonal skills to develop and support individual staff in their teaching and learning practice. Additionally you’ll show appropriate standards of customer care in working with vulnerable, disadvantaged learners with low levels of skills, confidence and self-esteem.
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