Are you a teacher or further education professional with a background in special education?
Would you like to be part of something new and exciting for Scotland? You have the opportunity to play a critical role in the leading the delivery of Further Education for a cohort of young people who have too often missed out in the past.
Corseford College is seeking to appoint Lecturers/Teachers to take responsibility for overseeing course planning, assessment and reporting for all college students and also to deliver some of the learning programmes to students at from September 2022.
Our Lecturers will work closely with the Head of College, they will be involved in supporting the Head of College in developing all elements of the education curriculum. They will also ensure that all learning is targeted and relevant to students learning plans.
Corseford College is Scotland’s first specialist College providing post school education. The College is aimed at Young People who have left or are leaving school with complex additional support needs, aged 18-25. The College has been developed around the core idea of enabling young people to continue to learn and engage in their education journey.
Do you have experience in care and support? Looking for a change, and interested in being part of something new and exciting?
Capability Scotland is launching an all-new post.
Corseford College is seeking to appoint a team of student support workers who will provide care and support to students. The support you will provide is essential to ensuring our students can access their learning program. The role of a student support worker will vary, meaning no two days will be the same. From supporting the delivery of teaching, and learning as well as helping to support individuals with learning programmes and learning materials appropriate to the needs of the students.
Students at Corseford College will have a range of care and support needs. The needs of the students vary, some will be identified as having severe or profound multiple learning disabilities. They may also have physical and sensory impairments or a range of communication difficulties. Our students will have a range of support needs including in some cases requiring a high level of personal and intimate care needs which need to be met. This might include, administering medication, epilepsy management, gastrostomy feeding, moving and assisting and mealtime assistance. Full training and support will be provided to enable you to take on these roles.
Corseford College is Scotland’s first specialist college providing post-school education to this cohort. The college is aimed at Young People who have left or are leaving school with complex learning disabilities, aged 18-25. The college has been developed around the idea of enabling young people to continue to learn and engage in their education journey as they enter the adult world.
The college is developed around eight underpinning principles:
Our ideal candidates will be confident, ambitious, and caring people with experience in working with young people or adults with additional support needs. We are excited to hear from interested individuals from a range of backgrounds.
We are looking for 12 Student Support Workers to work on a full-time basis (35 hours per week). However, part-time arrangements can be also discussed.
Working with Capability Scotland brings you lots of benefits: