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Hull Training and Adult Education is part of Hull City Council and is one of the major providers of adult education, apprenticeships and further education in the region with an excellent reputation for delivering quality courses.
This is an exciting opportunity to be part of a growing team working with young people and adults across the city. We are looking for individuals who can make a significant contribution to the development of our learners. If you are an organised, enthusiastic team player, able to work flexibly to deliver outstanding learner outcomes, we would really like to hear from you.
We are seeking to recruit part time casual and fixed term tutors for our casual pool to teach a range Hull Training and Adult Education courses. You should have a relevant teaching qualification and prior experience of teaching young people and adults.
The following are areas we wish to recruit to but are not exhaustive, it gives an indication of the many programmes we wish to recruit to:
Leadership & Management
Teaching Assistants Training
English & Maths
Information Advice & Guidance
Assessor & Internal Quality Assurer Training
Shortlisting week commencing 3rd September
Interviews week commencing 17th September
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