Law AND Criminology Teacher – WarwickshireRegister with us
Job Reference: 0000098204
Date Added: 20.06.17
£ £105 - £165 Per day
Job Type: Education and Training
Law and Criminology lecturer – Nuneaton
I have an excellent sixth form college in Nuneaton that require a part time Law and Criminology teacher for September.
This is a new course being offered by the college next term and they are looking for a teacher to deliver AS and A2 Level Law and Criminology for a minimum of 3 days a week. This may change as the intake for next year isn’t until August so pupil number may increase.
You must be able to deliver the subjects to the required level and have experience in the UK to apply. The college will consider candidates with predominantly Law experience as support can be provided for the Criminology classes.
As a Law and Criminology teacher you will;
* Teach both subjects up to AS and A2 level.
* Assess, mark and plan lessons
* Assess achievements of pupils
* Provide progress reports and attend parents evenings
The ideal candidate will have the following skills and experience
* Qualified teacher Status
* Experience working with children
* Dedication to their job
* A passion for teaching
Applications are welcome from NQT’s and overseas trained teachers with QTS.
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