Part-time Course Tutor
Employment Type : Part Time
Merrywood House - Norfolk
Salary : £16,000 £18,150 per annum
Closing Date : Friday 23rd September 2022
We are Childhood First, a charity for severely traumatised children. We provide specialist 24 / 7 treatment and therapeutic education for children with complex psychological, emotional and behavioural needs.
We have five residential children’s homes, a fostering agency and an independent school provision.
Through the use of our unique Integrated Systemic Therapy (iST), which focuses on healing trauma and enabling healthy attachments and relationships, young people achieve exceptional outcomes in every aspect of their lives.
Childhood First have been an Organisational Member of the United Kingdom Council for Psychotherapy (UKCP) Since April 2015 and we accredit (staff / students) who successfully complete our psychotherapeutic training as Child Psychotherapeutic Counsellors and when achieving the MA, Child Psychotherapist.
We are recruiting a Course Tutor who will be responsible for delivering the iST programmes to trainees / Students in Norfolk.
This will include Childhood First’s therapeutic staff at Merrywood House and the iTF Foster Carers / School based staff in the local area.
Benefits include :
Reporting to the Clinical Institute Director / Delegated manager, you will take ownership for local trainee experience both their individual learning needs and to meet the demands of their roles, whilst delivering all the requirements of the Integrated Systemic Therapy programme.
Candidates will need to be experienced in delivering training that lead to academic qualifications, and have adequate subject, practice knowledge and experience to be an authentic Course Tutor.
Ideally you will have Training / Adult Education qualifications, as well as a higher level qualification in a relevant subject but we are able to consider alternative modes for demonstrating competence.
The post-holder will play a full part in clinical development and assessment of IiST trainees / students, and in the facilitation and clinical practice of IiST practitioners.