At SWRAC we support individuals to thrive through real-life and relevant education programmes. Our intention is to provide everyone with the skills, knowledge and experience to:

– Be independent and resilien
– Grow into education, employment or meaningful activity
– Live healthily and sustainabl
– Develop and maintain healthy relationships
– Grow socially and contribute positively to communities and local economies
– Be safe

Location: Liverpool

We are looking for a Tutor to join our dedicated team in Liverpool to deliver Roots to Education and Employment Programme.

Job Description
– Prepare course/training materials
– Complete external paperwork as required in a timely manner
– Maintain the quality of the learner programme to a sufficient standard to pass IQA and EQA criteria
– Complete learner and delivery paperwork as required in a timely manner
– Provide Initial Assessment and diagnostic of the learner needs including English and maths using company standards
– Teach wellbeing awareness
– To attend business networking events to promote the activities of SWRAC
– To support learners with LDD/SEND in a variety of classroom settings
– To work closely with team members to ensure that ILP targets are monitored and reviewed
– To be aware of individual learner’s risk assessments and needs
– Encourage independence and self-help skills wherever possible

Person Specification

– Recognised teaching qualification
– Level 2 Maths & English (or equivalent/ GCSE level 4)
– Experience of working with young adults who have SEND/behavioural difficulties
– Understanding of relevant polices /codes of practice and awareness of relevant legislation

– Behaviour qualifications
– SEND qualifications
– Skills / Competencies
– Good communication and calculation skills
– Effective team player
– Excellent interpersonal skills
– Good organisational skills
– Ability to supervise students effectively both in college and out of the centre in line with the behaviour policy
– Ability to manage challenging situations and a demanding working environment
– Be competent at IT
– Ability to work in partnership with parents/carers and teachers
– Ability to use own initiative and work flexibility
– Ability to support learners with a range of emotional and behavioural difficulties.
– Innovative thinker with ability to adapt teaching and support strategies.
– Ability to prioritise workload.

– Ability to relate well to vulnerable young adults
– Understanding of behaviour management strategies
– Understanding of working with young adults who have SEND/behavioural difficulties
– Understanding of relevant polices /codes of practice and awareness of relevant legislation
– General understanding of curriculum and other basic learning programmes/strategies
– Work constructively as part of a team, understanding classroom roles and responsibilities and your own position within these settings

– Experience in delivery of GCSE/ Functional skills in Maths & English
– Working with vulnerable young people with learning disabilities or challenging emotional and behavioural difficulties
– Experience of working with challenging young people in an educational establishment

Personal Qualities
– Work well under pressure
– Willing to work in a flexible manner
– Be self-motivated and use personal initiative within a structured framework
– Self directed with a high level of personal drive.
– Commitment to achieving excellence through continuous improvement.
– Enthusiastic with ability to motivate.
– Willingness and ability to tackle poor student performance.
– Ability to communicate with staff/external bodies at all levels.
– Ability to problem solve.
– Flexible and positive approach.
– Ability and desire to empower young people with a range of learning or behavioural disabilities.
– Good sense of humour.
– Keen to embrace and deliver change.
– Ability and willingness to champion learners with learning difficulties / disabilities.

Special Attributes / Requirements
– To be committed to promoting independence in line with preparing for adulthood outcomes of Education/Employment & Careers, Friends, Relationships
– Community, Health and Independent Lives
– Prepared to work flexibly to meet work requirements.
– Commitment to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and vulnerable adults in college
– Commitment to equal opportunities
– Up-to-date Safeguarding and Child Protection training or qualification.
– Current driving licence

Job Type: Full time
Salary: £28,000.00 to £31,000.00 per ye

For more information, please email:

Closing date: 23rd June 2024

SWRAC are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. We will ensure that all our recruitment and selection practices reflect this commitment. All successful candidates will be subject to Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) checks along with other relevant employment checks. We are committed to securing genuine equality of opportunity in all aspects of our activities as an employer and education provider.