Aspiring Youth Advocate
Aspiring Youth Advocate Woking - Education and Training - November 2020 - 5 days a week -
Aspiring Youth Advocate Woking How have your objectives changed? How do you think approaches to teaching and mental health will have to be altered in the lens of a COVID-19 world? If you have aspirations within the police or as a probation officer, this LSA role will give you the foundations to aid in developing your career.
If you can raise attainment and make integrated break through with these students, this could be the right career path for you. In the current context, how would you engage SEMH students in Woking, South London?
In a Covid 19 era, helping already vulnerable students, through greater traumas and loss of academic potential. If you have aspirations of working with vulnerable adults with restorative justice and the rehabilitation of offenders, this is a good opportunity to pick up vital data and anecdotal experience for your future career. This is an LSA role where you will be working with some very vulnerable young students and adults, displaying may different types of behaviour. Some will be incredibly charismatic, yet, confrontational. Contrast that to some of the Adults who have autism, who could well be very withdrawn and not willing to give you an insight into their life. Active listening is incredibly important here, especially when working with vulnerable students aged 9-16, especially boys, is crucial.
They have been abandoned and been given false promise a lot of the time. 80% of the students have charges and convictions.
-Rehabilitation of Offenders, Restorative Justice
- this LSA role for Criminology Graduate Woking will give you the experience of working with students who have Social, Emotional and Mental Health issues.
Outstanding leadership, leading to an excellent reference
Ideal preparation for Youth Justice or a role as a Criminal Justice Officer
Some of the students you will be working with, will be in the early stages of rehabilitation
Education and Training provided, exceptional CPD. References provided for you to get onto MSc/Research project/PHD
70 per day, CPD provided and access to managers and councillors
Opportunity to work with and network with an array of specialist therapists
Working 1:1 with at least pupils with varying degrees of SEN from Mild Learning Difficulties to Severe Autism.
5 days a week, Monday to Friday, 08:30
Excellent reference available on request Aspiring Youth Advocate Woking, LSA role in South London Education and Training provided online and in house
Fantastic CPD provided by teachers and tutors, ideal for when you start a MSc or research project
You will be working with likeminded Criminology and Psychology Graduates
Opportunity to interview and spend the day in the school, seeing how the SEN department operates
9-16 adults, taking them through subjects, exams and vocations. Wonderful facilities, diverse range of learning aids
Working with different pupils, ages and at different stages of their learning
Aspiring Youth Advocate - November 2020 - 5 days a week - Aspiring Youth Advocate
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