The Millin Charity has opportunities for female sessional tutors to support with the delivery of accredited training courses to women in local communities in Newcastle and Gateshead. We are looking for tutors who are available in the immediate future and to add to our bank of tutors for us to contact as and when new opportunities arise.
The Millin Charity designs and delivers accredited enterprise-based training courses that help local women to explore self-employment as a means to becoming financially independent. Our unique Local Women Local Enterprise courses are delivered to members of our Women’s Trading Collective, a project which is funded through Big Lottery Reaching Communities and Newcastle Fund.
We are now looking for self-employed female tutors who have a relevant teaching qualification and experience of delivering Level 1 and 2 accredited training to support us with the delivery and learner assessment for a range of training courses. An awareness and understanding of enterprise is needed, as all of our courses are related in some way to running a business, and experience of delivery training in a community setting would be beneficial.
We’re looking for tutors we can work with on an ongoing basis, as and when required, as we have a rolling programme of training that we deliver in various locations in the North East. We are looking to start delivering some new courses in early June and therefore will have opportunities for tutors to start very soon.
If you’re interested in being considered for a tutor position please send an introductory email and CV to firstname.lastname@example.org. You can find out more about the charity and our programmes at www.themillincharity.co.uk
The Millin Charity is committed to equality and diversity and promotes opportunities for all. Equality Act 2010 Sch.9 (para.1) applies which means that this is a vacancy for females.