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Craft and Cookery Tutors required: part-time, evening and Saturdays

 

Want to be part of something good? We are looking for tutors to deliver our part-time courses and one day workshops at venues throughout Cambridgeshire and, in particular, St Neots. We are looking for dedicated and talented teachers, artists and chefs who are willing to share their skills and expert knowledge with adults and children sometimes living with particularly challenging circumstances. We offer training in the GAP Learning ethos as well as providing lesson plans, teaching administration support and the chance to make real change in people’s lives.

 

Please send your CV and covering letter in the first instance to Amanda Page at hello@gaplearning.co.uk. Please put Tutor Application in subject bar. Successful applicants will be invited for an informal interview. This is an ongoing opportunity.

 

Minimum Level 3 teaching qualification required, DBS check required for our safeguarding policy and car essential due to the nature of our outreach work. Self-employed basis.

 

 

Volunteering and Work Experience

 

Volunteers and work experience play an important part in our work – in fact we wouldn’t be able to achieve all we have without the support of our wonderful advocates on work experience and volunteers. We have many volunteering opportunities available - from helping at a one-day event by dressing up as a fairy or knight (Enchanted Days) to a regular day in the office supporting us with administrative or accounting duties.

We have something for you
and we need you!

Download the form here, complete and email back to us at hello@gaplearning.co.uk.

 

Please contact us directly if you are interested in work experience in a vibrant social enterprise. We run a year-long SEN work experience programme for pupils at Gretton School. We also take referrals from JCP and private requests: from 2 weeks to 2 months experience.

 

GAP Learning is a social enterprise –  we design, create and educate. Co-founders, Amanda and Teresa are two sisters who believe that the world can be a better place through learning. All our profits go back into the business to continue to provide free and local community learning to those who need it.