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We would like to recruit an hourly paid lecturer for our HNC in Building Studies programme.
This course is an award of Teesside University delivered in partnership with Darlington College. The HNC in Building studies provides a specialist work-related programme of study that covers the key knowledge and competencies required in the building sector. The HNC leads to a nationally recognised qualification offering opportunities for career progression and professional development.
The overall aims of the programme are to:
Develop the education and training of engineers / technicians to a professional level in a variety of types of technical, professional and management careers in construction and the built environment sector.
Provide opportunities for engineers / technicians to achieve a nationally recognised level four vocational qualification.
Develop higher level skills in a technological and management context.
Provide opportunities for Students to develop and apply a range of skills techniques and attributes essential for effective performance at work.
Produce Higher National graduates with the requisite skills, knowledge, understanding and personal attributes necessary to contribute effectively to their chosen profession.
Provide the opportunity for progression to a level 5 qualification.
You will be delivering to level 4 learners who are typically working within the construction industry, or those learners who have a passion for construction and are using this course to make the next step with their career.
The delivery of the programme, includes, yet not limited to:
Face to face deliver of subjects that are construction related, such as construction management, science and materials, refurbishment, design, building technology, surveying to name a few.
Assessment of student assignments, coursework, and exams.
Internal verification of assignments.
This V100 position is part time and would consist of 1 – 2 days per week.
Child protection is the responsibility of all staff. The College will therefore:
•Encourage and maintain an environment where students feel secure, are encouraged to talk, and are listened to
•Ensure students know that there are staff in the College whom they can approach if they are worried
•Include opportunities in the curriculum for students to develop the skills they need to recognise and stay safe from abuse
•All staff will be required to undertake appropriate safeguarding induction and training.