- United Kingdom, Canterbury, Kent
- Stafford House
- Experience: 3 YEARS
- Positions: 2
- Degree Required
Details of Position
Cambridge Education Group (CEG) is one of the leading providers of pre-university academic courses and English language courses in the UK. We provide pre-university programmes including ‘A’ Level, IB and University Foundation, as well as English Language Study, to the growing market of international students seeking to enter UK universities.
The Group operates under a different operating brands, CATS Colleges – 6th form colleges in Cambridge, Canterbury and London; CSVPA; ONCampus – teaching foundation courses to university degrees on campuses in the UK, USA and Europe; and Stafford House International – the English Language teaching brand.
Cambridge Education Group aims to be the undisputed customer service leader in the international education sector and to be recognised as such by its agents, parents and their clients, by the universities it works with and by its competitors. The objective is simple, to embed exceptionally high standards of service delivery into every single customer interaction that takes place with CEG and to ensure that the defined CARE principles are a constant focus for all; that they are clearly understood and are effectively applied across the whole organisation in all teams and at all levels of responsibility.
CEG is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment.
The post holder will develop, deliver, and support academic programmes in line with agreed standards and policies.
The following section outlines a more detailed, but not exhaustive, description of the duties pertinent to this post.
Key responsibilities and capabilities
-To teach ESL classes with an EAP focus, which will likely include exam preparation courses for IELTS or similar.
-To plan, prepare and teach strong lessons for the classroom which enthuse and inspire students, and promote enjoyment of learning. To effectively use a variety of learning styles, having regard to the individual learning needs of students. To select and sequence appropriate materials, resources and approaches according to the course type and learners.
-To assess, track and provide relevant and timely feedback on achievement, progress and developmental needs to students, academic and other managers/colleagues, including student records.
-To set and mark promptly independent study to be completed outside of lessons in accordance with the College Marking and Assessment Policy.
-To write half-termly reports on students with clear formative comments and targets as to how to improve work, by deadlines given, and provide regular estimated grades and feedback on tests as required. Maintain effective records of lessons, grades awarded and marks given in class. Ensure accurate attendance records are kept for every lesson using the College electronic systems.
-To set, evaluate, and mark students’ course work, homework examinations and other assignments promptly, and to record marks on College systems as requested, in accordance with the College Assessment and Marking Policy and procedures.
-To administer and mark placement tests, and carry out a range of formative and summative assessments as appropriate.
-To complete associated and administrative tasks to deadlines, as directed.
-To induct students appropriately, to provide academic advice, counselling, educational guidance, and tutorial support to students, including individual learning plans as directed.
-To supervise students’ attendance and behaviour and follow up as appropriate, in accordance with the College Behaviour and Attendance policies.
-To provide work for supervised study when a student has not completed assignments, notify Curriculum Director or relevant staff, and ensure work is marked promptly.
-To develop materials and resources, implement, support and/or lead in the production and improvement of Schemes of Work as appropriate, and undertake other academic project work as directed.
-To ensure lessons are in line with Schemes of Work (SoW) and their respective objectives, and that these are shared with students. To give feedback on materials, courses and lessons to academic and other managers/colleagues as required.
-To contribute towards the optimal utilization of learning environments, e.g. Notice boards and displays to motivate and inform students.
-To attend academic, departmental and College meetings when required, and attend/deliver INSET sessions as directed.
-To undertake cover and other similar duties including invigilating internal and external exams.
-To supervise and accompany students on excursions, as appropriate, ensuring their safety and welfare at all times.
-To encourage students to participate in all sports and social activities.
-To adhere to the standards and procedures detailed in the Staff and PT Handbooks.
-To deal with student issues/emergencies as and when they arise.
-To be aware of your responsibility to promote and safeguard the welfare of children and young person’s you are responsible for/come into contact with during your employment, and be fully aware of the College Child Protection Policy.
-To participate in Performance Management (PM) scheme in line with College policies and procedures.
-CELTA plus DELTA/MA/PGCE
-Experience of IELTS and/or EAP
-Experience of teaching for exam preparation
-3 years teaching experience
-Commitment to delivering high quality lessons
-Solid classroom management skills
-Strong IT skills
Salary and BenefitsEAP Teachers
£24694.74 per annum pro rata
Hot lunch provided
Full support and ongoing training provided
A short walk from the historic city centre of Canterbury
More Company Information
At Stafford House we have over 60 years' experience of providing international students with great English Language courses in the UK. Our sucess is based on our four key values: Personal Service, Excellent Training, Permium Facilities and Flexible Learning. Stafford House School of English provides intensive English language courses to foreign students enrolled at the school as well as providing English for Academic purposes for high school students enrolled at our sister school, CATS College London. EFL teachers at Stafford House School of English may be asked to teach on any one of our courses depending on experience and qualifications. Courses include general English, exam preparation, business English, English for academic purposes and a wide variety of electives to suit student needs and interest. As a 'learning school', Stafford House provides regular training and development sessions. Diploma qualified teachers will be asked to run some sessions as well as providing support for their colleagues. Teachers are also invited to take part in our student social programme. We have a high ratio of Diploma qualified teachers and permanent contracts are offered to teachers with this minimum requirement. We have schools in the vibrant cities of Canterbury, London and Brighton.
19 New Dover Road
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- Contact person:
- Mel, Judge
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