Apprentice Learning and Development Co-ordinator

An exciting opportunity to support Reach Southwell' team

Employer Reach UK Southwell
Apprenticeship Learning and Development Level 3
Weekly working hours 32.5 hours per week 9am-4pm
Salary £162.50 per week
Closing Date 9 March, 2019 at 17:00
Other details Rural location - buses available On completing Learning and Development Level 3, view to offering permanent time position for right candidate and other courses if the candidate proves themselves.
  • Description
  • About the employer

  • Futures for Business are recruiting for an Apprentice Learning and Development Co-ordinator to support Reach Southwell Centre’s objectives and contribute to its targets by undertaking a broad range of delivery and support activities for Centre staff and clients

    Key Responsibilities:

    • Provide floating support for small groups of clients with additional needs (on or off the premises)
    • Provide shared lunchtime supervision of clients
    • Prepare for classroom sessions
    • Support session tutors and source and provide materials and equipment as required
    • Ensure the health and safety and wellbeing of clients during activities
    • Undertake reception duties including answering the telephone
    • Support centre administration
    • Support the Centre Manager in development and delivery of services
    • Attend required training in Safeguarding, confidentiality and Health and Safety
    • Handle client, parent and carer enquiries in a timely manner
    • Attend meeting as required
    • Work at all times in accordance with Centre policies an procedures

    Desired skills and strengths

    • Standard GCSE's passes but more important is the desire to learn and gain qualifications
    • Team working
    • Good communication
    • Person-centred working and non-judgmental approach
    • Ability to maintain client confidentiality
    • Basic Health and Safety
    • Problem solving
    • Excellent English, written and oral
    • Flexible and adaptable
    • Empathy
    • Excellent IT
    • High standards
    • Drive and Commitment

    Apprenticeships give you fantastic experience in the working world and show employers that you can ‘hit the ground running’. Hands-on training gives you a real chance to put your skills into practice and helps you to gain more confidence in a working environment






  • Reach UK Southwell

    Reach started life as Southwell Care Project in 1999. We have grown from a very small, local group to a charity that reaches across the county and supports 150 adults with learning disabilities each week.

    But our roots are still firmly planted in the communities in which we work. Many of our trustees, staff and volunteers live locally to our services and many have caring responsibilities. We know how important it is to get the right support at the right time.

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