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ESOL Tutor

Posted on 2022-09-23


Eastbourne, United Kingdom
Job Description

An experienced trainer to deliver ESOL Entry 1, 2 and 3 to our government-funded learners on our SSU Programme in East Sussex. 

The delivery location will be our Eastbourne Language School, in Compton Park, Eastbourne.

The role requires an organised professional with the ability to adapt to new environments, needs to be resourceful, and able to work in a face paced environment. 

This role is offered on a full-time basis, for a 6-month contract. 


  • Prepare lessons efficiently in order to conduct them competently.
  • Create material to enable interactive and engaging delivery.
  • Create schemes of work and lesson plans in accordance with the qualification specifications.
  • Prepare educational material to assist with stretch and challenging the learning.
  • Set and assess learner work product daily, ensuring feedback is provided in a timely manner.
  • Keeping track of and maintaining records of participants’ attendance, participation, and progress
  • Complete course and contract related administrative tasks to specified standards to enable funding to be claimed for each learner.
  • Complete remedial actions identified by the IV promptly to ensure learner achievement performance is included in the given month.
  • Be the programme lead for allocated qualifications, update teaching materials to keep it relevant and include any recommendations set by the IV or the EQA.
  • Be prepared to deliver and assess across a suite of programmes as required.
  • Manage the classroom effectively and challenge learners on attendance and punctuality in line with the policy.
  • Substitute for other Trainers in case of their absence, as mutually agreed with the Trainer Team Lead.
  • Be involved in Twin’s observation programme across all provision.
  • Be involved in standardisation meetings.
  • Represent Twin at all times in a professional manner at all sites and any travel in between.
  • Liaise regularly with the operational team, on learners’ readiness for progression in to employment, provide handover information to new or substitute trainers.
  • Incorporate technology such as Whiteboard, tablets and smart phones into your teaching and use the interactive projector and Smart Notebook when scheduled to teach in a room with such facilities.
  • Inforce the tidy desk policy in your classroom, including all sites hired for delivery and be responsible for the equipment provided.
  • Abide by the copyright rules and always source material before photocopying.

Principle Accountabilities

  • Record and monitor learners’ attendance and punctuality, report absences no later than the first break.
  • Manage timely achievement for each cohort
  • Completion of assessments records per unit/qualification by the submission deadlines provided.
  • Be responsible for chasing learners for outstanding work product, if passed the submission deadline.
  • Be responsible for ensuring that all learner digital authorisation emails and registers are recorded in a timely manner and available on day one of the course and monitored throughout the course.
  • Request and manage the float provided for learner travel expenses per course, where required
  • Creation of assessment workbooks, lesson plans and schemes of work and further resources to keep it current.
  • Attend and contribute to staff meetings and development meetings.
  • Be responsible for any IT equipment provided to deliver.

Knowledge/Experience required


Experience in Teaching

  • Experience in delivering ESOL Entry L1- Level 2
  • Experience of embedding British Values, PREVENT and safeguarding to lessons
  • Qualified Teacher status - Essential
  • Occupational Competence and Experience in ESOL Entry Level 1- Level 2
  • DBS update Service



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