Voluntary Opportunities

27 October 2017

Thank you for your interest in a voluntary opportunity with the College.Sutton College is the main provider of adult education in the borough, offering part-time courses during daytime and evenings. Volunteers play a valuable role in the life of Sutton College and without them we would be unable to offer the high level of service to learners that we currently do. PLEASE SEE BELOW THE CURRENT VACANCIES.

Volunteers have an opportunity to contribute to the success and development of a College with an exciting, inspiring national profile. If you would like the opportunity to enhance and increase your capabilities and potential for maintaining employment, read on.

  • To apply for any of the voluntary opportunities available, please download the Volunteer Application Form and return it, duly completed, to the Data & Information Services (DIS) Department at Sutton College, St Nicholas Way, Sutton, Surrey, SM1 1EA or by email to volunteering@suttoncollege.ac.uk

We very much appreciate your willingness to give up your time to support the work of Sutton College and we thank you in advance for your application.

Sutton College is the main provider of adult education in the borough, offering part-time courses during daytime and evenings.

Please note that CVs are not accepted.

No agencies please.

Springboard Department

 

Course Title: Springboard History
Job Ref: W10023B14ZE
Dates: A.S.A.P  – 25-Jun-2018
Day/Times Mondays 12.30 – 14.30
Location: Wallington

 

Previous experience of working with Adults with special needs and of supporting tutors in a classroom environment is required.

The applicant should have a keen interest in supporting students with special needs combined with a good understanding of both the student and tutor requirements.

REQUIRED QUALIFICATIONS:

Good standard of spoken and written English. Experience of working with learners with learning difficulties and disabilities is desirable.

Applicants are expected to attend all sessions during term time.

For further information please contact Sonia Rosum soniarosum@suttoncollege.ac.uk 

for more detailed information about this opportunity.

To apply please download, complete & return an Application Form.

You are advised to thoroughly read the Guidance Notes which accompany it first.

Closing Date: 22 January 2018 at 09.00am

 

 SFL English & Maths

Applicants are expected to attend all sessions during term time.

For further information please contact gill Heath gillheath@suttoncollege.ac.uk  for more detailed information about this opportunity.

To apply please download, complete & return an Application Form.

You are advised to thoroughly read the Guidance Notes which accompany it first.

Course Title: English Skills Entry 2/Entry 3
Job Ref: W41004B14XE
Dates: A.S.A.P  – 28-Jun-2018
Day/Times Thursdays 14:00– 16.00
Location: Wallington

You will support learners in this class who are improving their basic writing, reading and speaking & listening skills.  Many learners have dyslexia or other learning needs and therefore need extra 1:1 or small group support in class to make progress. Some learners are working towards Functional Skills English qualifications and also need support to achieve.

REQUIRED QUALIFICATIONS:An understanding of basic maths terms. Good standard of spoken and written English.  Experience of working with learners with learning difficulties and disabilities is desirable.

Course Title: Maths Functional Skills Level 1
Job Ref: W43007B14XE
Dates: A.S.A.P  – 28-Jun-2018
Day/Times Thursdays 19.00 – 21.00
Location: Wallington

You will support learners in this class who are working towards Edexcel Functional Skills Level 1 and Level 2 maths qualifications. Some learners have dyslexia or other learning needs and therefore need extra 1:1 or small group support in class to make progress.

REQUIRED QUALIFICATIONS: GCSE Maths A-C grade.Good standard of spoken and written English.

 

Course Title: Maths Skills Entry 2/Entry 3
Job Ref: W40017B14XE
Dates: A.S.A.P  – 28-Jun-2018
Day/Times Thursdays 10.00 – 12.00
Location: Wallington

You will support learners in this class who are developing basic numeracy skills.   Some learners have dyslexia or other learning needs and therefore need extra 1:1 or small group support in class to make progress.

REQUIRED QUALIFICATIONS: An understanding of basic maths terms. Good standard of spoken and written English.  Experience of working with learners with learning difficulties and disabilities is desirable.

 

 

Course Title: English Skills Entry 2/Entry 3
Job Ref: W20025B14XE
Dates: A.S.A.P  – 26-Jun-2018
Day/Times Tuesdays 12.30 – 14.30
Location: Wallington

You will support learners in this class who are improving their basic writing, reading and speaking & listening skills. Many learners have dyslexia or other learning needs and therefore need extra 1:1 or small group support in class to make progress.  Some learners are working towards Functional Skills English qualifications and also need support to achieve.

 

Course Title: English Functional Skills Level 1/Level 2
Job Ref: W30019B14XE
Dates: A.S.A.P  – 27-Jun-2018
Day/Times Wednesdays 12.30 – 14.30
Location: Wallington

You will support learners in this class who are working towards City and Guilds Functional Skills Level 1 and Level 2 English qualifications. Some learners have dyslexia or other learning needs and therefore need extra 1:1 or small group support in class to make progress.

REQUIRED QUALIFICATIONS Good standard of spoken and written English. Experience of working with learners with learning difficulties and disabilities is desirable.

 

Course Title: English Skills Entry 2/Entry 3
Job Ref: W41004B14XE
Dates: A.S.A.P  – 28-Jun-2018
Day/Times Thursdays 14:00– 16.00
Location: Wallington

You will support learners in this class who are improving their basic writing, reading and speaking & listening skills.  Many learners have dyslexia or other learning needs and therefore need extra 1:1 or small group support in class to make progress. Some learners are working towards Functional Skills English qualifications and also need support to achieve.

REQUIRED QUALIFICATIONS: An understanding of basic maths terms. Good standard of spoken and written English.  Experience of working with learners with learning difficulties and disabilities is desirable.

 

 

What will I gain?

You’ll gain relevant work experience and be in a position to show a prospective employer that you can be an effective member of their team. 

What else do I need to know?

Volunteer places are limited and will receive no salary. Placements are dependent on department or learner need – provisional acceptance as a volunteer does not guarantee you a placement.

How to apply – 

To apply for any of the voluntary opportunities available, please download the Volunteer Application Form and return it, duly completed, to the Data & Information Services (DIS) Department at Sutton College, St Nicholas Way, Sutton, Surrey, SM1 1EA or by email to volunteering@suttoncollege.ac.uk

You are also advised to download the Volunteer Guidance Notes and any criteria provided with the role advertised.

Applications can only be accepted from those who submit a full Sutton College application form to the College.

Sutton College is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of its staff and students.

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