Learning support coordinator job at BPP EDUCATION GROUP

Applicants must provide proof of their right to work in the UK as BPP is unable to provide visa sponsorship

Job profile Student support – Inclusion & Diversity
Type of Contract Permanent

Objective of the position

Ensure that disability support interventions, including mental health and learning differences within BPP Group, are timely, reasonable, effective and efficient. Ensure that reasonable adjustments are based on student rights, while incorporating consideration of learning and teaching. Ensure that all information is stored accurately and securely in accordance with GDPR.

Coordinate a team of disability counselors. Lead and help resolve complex disability issues and support the team in general. Liaise with other BPP teams as needed. Identify and organize disability awareness training as needed across BPP Group.

The incumbent will participate in the regular administrative tasks for the support of learning, the collection and communication of relevant data on disability, the conduct of internal and external audits, assistance to
billing, responding to and assigning student inquiries to the learning support team.

Employment context

The role will be on a hybrid contract (home and office based) with regional UK travel expected.

Main Responsibilities:

  • To ensure that all learning support interventions (reasonable adjustments) are timely, effective and appropriate to individual rights
  • coordinate and support a national team of disability counselors
  • maintain a small number of students
  • interview and assess students in order to identify appropriate reasonable adjustments in accordance with the policy of supporting learning, learning and teaching and external funding such as allowances for students with disabilities / funding mechanisms of government learning
  • accurately record the student’s rights, based on the initial assessment, interview and evidence, including external assessment reports
  • liaise with the learning medium administrator (s) and ensure that all learning medium records are accurate and up-to-date and that evidence meets audit requirements
  • identify and promote learning support strategies and service improvements
  • provide accurate statistical reports to the Inclusion and Learning Support Manager and other teams
  • collaborate with external stakeholders and other BPP teams to ensure the integration of reasonable adjustments and inclusive practices
  • Monitor and report on financial records and report to the Inclusion and Learning Support Officer
  • promote inclusive practice and student independence, acting as an advocate for students with learning difficulties and / or disabilities
  • to help maintain marketing and promotional material for the Learning Support Service
  • organize and attend meetings, ca

department University education services – Equality and diversity
Vacancy place United Kingdom, London, London Waterloo

Candidate criteria

  • Diploma or equivalent level, relevant professional qualification at diploma level
  • An understanding of learning and teaching practices
  • Substantial experience working with people with a wide range of learning difficulties and disabilities in an educational setting
  • An understanding of inclusive practice in education
  • An understanding of the importance of mental health and well-being
  • A detailed understanding of the implementation of reasonable adjustments in accordance with the Equality Act 2010
  • Familiarity with MS Office – excellent level of computer skills including MS Excel and experience with educational databases
  • Excellent writing and communication skills,
  • Ability to prioritize a diverse workload
  • Experience working in a team and with informal authority,
  • Higher / Continuing Education Experience
  • Work with various client groups for the provision of professional services
  • Exceptional advocacy, diplomacy and networking skills
  • Excellent attention to detail and the ability to maintain a professional demeanor and calm approach in a busy environment.

The successful candidate will be required to submit to an Enhanced DBS plus Prohibited List.

Please note that this position is exempt from the Offender Rehabilitation Act 1974 and therefore the successful candidate will be required to declare any convictions, warnings, reprimands and final warnings which are not protected as defined by the 1974 Act on the rehabilitation of offenders (exceptions) Ordinance of 1975 (as amended in 2013).

Job details

Contractual hours 37.50
AND P 1.00
Salary £ 30,000 to £ 34,500 (depending on experience)