CPCAB Vacancies

CPCAB (Counselling & Psychotherapy Central Awarding Body) is the UK’s leading awarding organisation in the counselling sector. We provide a coherent counselling qualifications progression route (levels 2-6) including a Foundation Degree in Counselling with the Open University. We also produce a range of counselling training videos via our sister company the Counselling Channel.

Counselling Qualifications Professional

This role has become available with remote or blended working.

The suitable candidate will be a skilled and experienced tutor and counselling professional, with a solid understanding of the CPCAB qualification structure, and the ability to support tutors and centres with the delivery of their qualifications.

Responsibilities of the role include approving centre and qualification applications, coordinating the assessment and moderation of counselling qualifications, reviewing and revising qualification structure and content in line with changes in the counselling and educational landscape.

Job description

The role is offered at three full days a week, the FTE is £36,000 per annum. Apply with full CV and covering letter to clare@cpcab.co.uk by Friday 16th July.

For more information, or an informal chat about the role contact kelly@cpcab.co.uk

External Verifier role

  • Part-time, freelance positions
  • Competitive remuneration and expenses
  • Committed and supportive colleagues

We are aiming to strengthen our current team of External Verifiers (EVs) around the country and are looking for expressions of interest from individuals wishing to support the unique development of each centre whilst meeting the requirements and national standards of CPCAB qualifications.

If you are interested in joining the EV team you will need to be familiar with our range of qualifications and have taught our Level 4 Diploma in Therapeutic Counselling (TC-L4) for at least two years.  You should also have substantial experience of assessment, moderation or verification.

To find out more about these exciting roles at CPCAB, please look at the detailed job description or, for an informal chat, please call Alexis De Winter, CPCAB Senior Verifier on 01458 852051.

To express your interest please complete the EV application form and, together with a covering letter, send it to Jackie Rice, Centre Service Manager at jackie@cpcab.co.uk

We look forward to hearing from you.

CPCAB Assessor role – We are actively recruiting for September 2021 starts.

  • Seasonal (Assessment windows of 2-3 weeks, 3-4 times a year)
  • Freelance positions
  • Competitive remuneration and expenses
  • Committed and supportive colleagues

We are aiming to strengthen our current team of External Assessment Assessors and are looking for expressions of interest from individuals wishing to support the assessing of CPCAB examinations (external assessments).

If you are interested in joining the Assessor team you will need to be familiar with our range of qualifications and have taught and assessed the qualification you wish to assess for at least a year.

To find out more about these exciting roles at CPCAB, please look at the detailed Job Description and if you would like to know more, please call Marina Richards, External Assessment Service Manager or Sue Boulter, Qualification Service Manager on 01458 850208.

Alternatively, to express your interest please complete the Assessor CV Proforma and email it to Marina Richards, External Assessment Service Manager at marina@cpcab.co.uk.

We look forward to hearing from you.

External Verifier role

  • Part-time, freelance positions
  • Competitive remuneration and expenses
  • Committed and supportive colleagues

We are aiming to strengthen our current team of External Verifiers (EVs) around the country and are looking for expressions of interest from individuals wishing to support the unique development of each centre whilst meeting the requirements and national standards of CPCAB qualifications.

If you are interested in joining the EV team you will need to be familiar with our range of qualifications and have taught our Level 4 Diploma in Therapeutic Counselling (TC-L4) for at least two years.  You should also have substantial experience of assessment, moderation or verification.

To find out more about these exciting roles at CPCAB, please look at the detailed job description or, for an informal chat, please call Alexis De Winter, CPCAB Senior Verifier on 01458 852051.

To express your interest please complete the EV application form and, together with a covering letter, send it to Jackie Rice, Centre Service Manager at jackie@cpcab.co.uk

We look forward to hearing from you.

Non-CPCAB Vacancies

Co-tutor Level 4 Diploma in Therapeutic Counselling

Job Type: Part time/sessional (immediate start) Centre Name: Coleg y Cymoedd Location: Nantgarw Campus, CF15 7QY Job Description

We are looking for sessional tutor to deliver on our Level 4 part time counselling courses. All our courses are co-tutored and individuals will have joint responsibility for delivery, assessing, quality assurance and supporting learners.

Tutors will be required to teach during the evening and on weekends to support delivery of the programme, and be equipped to deliver online for remote sessions.

Applicants need to have the following credentials:

  • Hold a 420 hours therapeutic counselling qualification at level 4 or above (e.g TCL4)
  • Hold professional accreditation, 10 hours of personal therapy AND be a member of a profession association of counselling or psychotherapy
  • Be able to evidence CPD, a minimum of 30 hours and committed to continue professional development
  • Current supervised counselling practice will a minimum of 6 months post-qualifying practice experience
  • Teaching qualification or be working towards
  • One year teaching/assessing experience at Level 2 and 3 or above

Person centred theory is delivered as a core model therefore expertise within this subject would be advantageous.

Salary: Hourly paid £20-£25 dependent on qualifications

Expiry Date: 1st August 2021

How to apply

For further information or to express an interest in joining our delivery team please contact bis@cymoedd.ac.uk

Contact Details

bis@cymoedd.ac.uk

Counselling Co-Tutor

Job Type: Part Time Centre Name: Falmouth & Penryn Adult Education Centre Location: Tregenver Road, Falmouth Job Description

We have a vacancy for a part-time Co-Tutor to support the delivery of the Level 4 Diploma in Therapeutic Counselling in Falmouth.

We are looking for applicants with a minimum of a Level 4 Diploma in Therapeutic Counselling (or equivalent) and a teaching or training qualification. They must also be approved to deliver the above CPCAB qualifications by CPCAB. Approval can be sought from CPCAB by submitting a CV via their website.

You should have GCSE or L2 maths and English qualifications and be able to demonstrate sufficient IT skills to support an enhanced delivery.

All Adult Education Tutor posts are offered on a casual basis and the commencement of the employment is subject to sufficient enrolments for the course to run.

Salary: £26,317 per year, pro rata

Expiry Date: 29/06/2021

How to apply

Please visit our Jobs & Careers pages to apply - http://d.rfer.us/CORNWALLxNS180

Contact Details

Careers@cornwall.gov.uk

Counselling Tutor / Trainee Counselling Tutor

Job Type: Full-Time Centre Name: RHACC Location: Richmond Upon Thames Job Description

About the role:

This exciting opportunity is open to both qualified and experienced counselling tutors and also qualified and experienced counsellors who share a passion for teaching and learning and who are motivated to gain a professional teaching qualification.

As an established staff member, you will be part of the teaching team who work on our accredited Level 2, 3 and 4 counselling qualifications, as well as non-accredited and introductory courses related to counselling and mental wellbeing. Working closely with the Programme Manager for Care and Counselling, you will design, plan and deliver an exciting range of courses which stretch and challenge all learners. You will prepare a variety of learning materials, provide guidance to learners on progression options, attend regular meetings and complete administrative tasks related to quality assurance. You will also be involved with learner recruitment processes for example, initial assessment, learner interviews and college open days.

About you:

A graduate in any subject, and a qualified counsellor (minimum Level 4), you will have, at least two years’ experience of, client and supervision work. Ideally, you will hold a full adult teaching and/or assessor’s qualification and have experience of teaching counselling qualification courses. If you do not currently hold a relevant teaching qualification, you will demonstrate a genuine interest, enthusiasm and willingness to achieve this. The successful candidate/s will undergo teacher training and participate in a range of teaching opportunities, in order, to achieve a full teaching qualification (Diploma in Education and Training) within a given timeframe. You will be an accredited member of the BACP. Candidates will be offered ongoing continual professional development as per BACP requirements. Should you wish to discuss this opportunity further, before applying, please contact Graham Tharp at RBS@rhacc.ac.uk

JOB PURPOSE

  • To undertake scheduled teaching of 864 hours on qualification and leisure provision at College and in outreach centres. Duties will include assessment, standardisation and internal verification, admissions (information and advice), educational guidance, preparation of learning materials and assignments, arrangements for examinations, feedback and marking of students’ work, invigilating and marking of examinations, administration and coordination of specified courses within the School as appropriate.

MAIN DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Teach and assess on one or more of the courses delivered, or serviced, by the curriculum area and contribute to the development of existing and new, innovative provision;
  • Teach and assess on one or more of the courses delivered, or serviced, by the curriculum area and contribute to the development of existing and new, innovative provision;
  • Undertake assessment of learners on courses taught which is fair and ensures parity of treatment, is reliable ensuring that assessment decisions are made consistently, is reliable ensuring that assessment decisions are made consistently, is valid ensuring that each assessment relates to the intended outcomes, transparent in that it is clear to students, staff and external auditors, and is carried out in accordance with awarding body requirements
  • Embed English, mathematics and employability skills as appropriate;
  • Promote British values appropriately according to learner group and type of provision in line with Prevent duty;
  • Complete the administrative work specified by line manager, including timely completion of registers, lesson planning documentation, schemes and records of work, E-ILPs, learner tracking and monitoring documentation and various forms of learner reports.
  • Develop and implement learner-centred assessment strategies in accordance with college policies, which place learners at the centre and emphasise the significance of constructive and developmental feedback.
  • Adopt a consistent and constructive approach in dealing with learner behaviour in accordance with the College’s disciplinary and fitness to study policies.
  • Adopt procedures and practices to create safe working environments and enforce any health and safety standards in the area of work, ensuring all learners understand and comply.
  • Ensure that equipment and materials are treated with respect by classes for which they are responsible and that laboratories, computing rooms and other teaching areas are left clean and tidy.
  • Keep abreast of developments in specialist field/ subject area, especially in the theory and practice of education, the use of ILT and other resources to stretch and challenge and meet learner’s individual needs.
  • Participate fully in staff learning and development activities, including teaching, learning and assessment practices, lesson observation and peer reviews, motivational dialogue as part of coaching/ tutoring for learners, and undertake training or re-training.
  • Participate in the marketing, recruitment, selection and interviewing processes for new learners and actively be engaged in induction activities for new learners
  • Be an active course team member and participate fully in meetings, staff development, conferences, seminars, open evenings and learner assessment and celebration of achievement events
  • Participate in the curriculum area’s cover rota by covering for absent colleagues
  • Represent the curriculum area on College committees, and/or working parties
  • Be an ambassador for the College and propose any ideas that may help to promote and extend the College’s reputation and its business efficiency
  • Work flexibly, which may include evening and weekend work. Evening work may be teaching or evening duty
  • Be available to assist in other events for the College, including extra enrolment activities, and Open Events which may require additional hours including evenings and weekends

General Duties:

  • Have a duty of care to yourself and others regarding Health and Safety issues and ensure that the College’s Health & Safety Policies and Procedures are implemented.
  • Actively promote the College’s Equality & Diversity policy, ensuring promotion of E&D in all sessions and activities.
  • Actively promote the College’s Safeguarding policy and be aware of your responsibilities to report concerns.
  • Carry out duties pertinent to the scope of the post as directed by the Principal or other senior manager of the College.

The above are the key accountabilities as currently defined; they are not listed in priority order and should not be taken to be so. These accountabilities may be subject to periodic review, and the post holder will be expected to take on such variations as are consistent with the level of responsibility and purpose of the post.

Salary: £20,666 - £32,792 per annum (depending on experience)

Expiry Date: 30th May 2021

How to apply

https://jobs.rhacc.ac.uk/RHACC034-21

Contact Details

hr@rhacc.ac.uk

Counselling Tutor / Trainee Counselling Tutor (Part-Time)

Job Type: Part-Time Centre Name: RHACC Location: Richmond Upon Thames Job Description

About the role:

This exciting opportunity is open to both qualified and experienced counselling tutors and also qualified and experienced counsellors who share a passion for teaching and learning and who are motivated to gain a professional teaching qualification.

As an established staff member, you will be part of the teaching team who work on our accredited Level 2, 3 and 4 counselling qualifications, as well as non-accredited and introductory courses related to counselling and mental wellbeing. Working closely with the Programme Manager for Care and Counselling, you will design, plan and deliver an exciting range of courses which stretch and challenge all learners. You will prepare a variety of learning materials, provide guidance to learners on progression options, attend regular meetings and complete administrative tasks related to quality assurance. You will also be involved with learner recruitment processes for example, initial assessment, learner interviews and college open days.

About you:

A graduate in any subject, and a qualified counsellor (minimum Level 4), you will have, at least two years’ experience of, client and supervision work. Ideally, you will hold a full adult teaching and/or assessor’s qualification and have experience of teaching counselling qualification courses. If you do not currently hold a relevant teaching qualification, you will demonstrate a genuine interest, enthusiasm and willingness to achieve this. The successful candidate/s will undergo teacher training and participate in a range of teaching opportunities, in order, to achieve a full teaching qualification (Diploma in Education and Training) within a given timeframe. You will be an accredited member of the BACP. Candidates will be offered ongoing continual professional development as per BACP requirements. Should you wish to discuss this opportunity further, before applying, please contact Graham Tharp at RBS@rhacc.ac.uk

JOB PURPOSE

  • To undertake scheduled teaching of 864 hours on qualification and leisure provision at College and in outreach centres. Duties will include assessment, standardisation and internal verification, admissions (information and advice), educational guidance, preparation of learning materials and assignments, arrangements for examinations, feedback and marking of students’ work, invigilating and marking of examinations, administration and coordination of specified courses within the School as appropriate.

MAIN DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Teach and assess on one or more of the courses delivered, or serviced, by the curriculum area and contribute to the development of existing and new, innovative provision;
  • Teach and assess on one or more of the courses delivered, or serviced, by the curriculum area and contribute to the development of existing and new, innovative provision;
  • Undertake assessment of learners on courses taught which is fair and ensures parity of treatment, is reliable ensuring that assessment decisions are made consistently, is reliable ensuring that assessment decisions are made consistently, is valid ensuring that each assessment relates to the intended outcomes, transparent in that it is clear to students, staff and external auditors, and is carried out in accordance with awarding body requirements
  • Embed English, mathematics and employability skills as appropriate;
  • Promote British values appropriately according to learner group and type of provision in line with Prevent duty;
  • Complete the administrative work specified by line manager, including timely completion of registers, lesson planning documentation, schemes and records of work, E-ILPs, learner tracking and monitoring documentation and various forms of learner reports.
  • Develop and implement learner-centred assessment strategies in accordance with college policies, which place learners at the centre and emphasise the significance of constructive and developmental feedback.
  • Adopt a consistent and constructive approach in dealing with learner behaviour in accordance with the College’s disciplinary and fitness to study policies.
  • Adopt procedures and practices to create safe working environments and enforce any health and safety standards in the area of work, ensuring all learners understand and comply.
  • Ensure that equipment and materials are treated with respect by classes for which they are responsible and that laboratories, computing rooms and other teaching areas are left clean and tidy.
  • Keep abreast of developments in specialist field/ subject area, especially in the theory and practice of education, the use of ILT and other resources to stretch and challenge and meet learner’s individual needs.
  • Participate fully in staff learning and development activities, including teaching, learning and assessment practices, lesson observation and peer reviews, motivational dialogue as part of coaching/ tutoring for learners, and undertake training or re-training.
  • Participate in the marketing, recruitment, selection and interviewing processes for new learners and actively be engaged in induction activities for new learners
  • Be an active course team member and participate fully in meetings, staff development, conferences, seminars, open evenings and learner assessment and celebration of achievement events
  • Participate in the curriculum area’s cover rota by covering for absent colleagues
  • Represent the curriculum area on College committees, and/or working parties
  • Be an ambassador for the College and propose any ideas that may help to promote and extend the College’s reputation and its business efficiency
  • Work flexibly, which may include evening and weekend work. Evening work may be teaching or evening duty
  • Be available to assist in other events for the College, including extra enrolment activities, and Open Events which may require additional hours including evenings and weekends

General Duties:

  • Have a duty of care to yourself and others regarding Health and Safety issues and ensure that the College’s Health & Safety Policies and Procedures are implemented.
  • Actively promote the College’s Equality & Diversity policy, ensuring promotion of E&D in all sessions and activities.
  • Actively promote the College’s Safeguarding policy and be aware of your responsibilities to report concerns.
  • Carry out duties pertinent to the scope of the post as directed by the Principal or other senior manager of the College.

The above are the key accountabilities as currently defined; they are not listed in priority order and should not be taken to be so. These accountabilities may be subject to periodic review, and the post holder will be expected to take on such variations as are consistent with the level of responsibility and purpose of the post.

Salary: £20,666 - £32,792 per annum (pro rata, depending on experience)

Expiry Date: 30th May 2021

How to apply

https://jobs.rhacc.ac.uk/RHACC033-21

Contact Details

hr@rhacc.ac.uk

Level 4 Counselling Tutor

Job Type: Part Time Centre Name: Varndean College Location: Brighton BN1 Job Description

Varndean College is one of the most successful sixth form colleges nationally. Offering a broad range of academic and vocational courses, we have an excellent reputation for inclusion and adding value.

We are currently looking for qualified Counselling Tutors to teach adult education classes on CPCAB courses for level 4 Diploma in Therapeutic Counselling (integrative humanistic).

This is a sessional hours contract starting in September.

To be successful, you will have teaching and counselling qualifications, with experience of teaching up to level 3 CPCAB courses and have experience of offering supervision (a qualification in it isn't required but is desirable).

Expiry Date: Sunday 6th June 2021

How to apply

Find out more by visiting varndean.ac.uk/vacancies

Counselling Tutor L2 Certification in Counselling Skills
Counselling Tutor L3 Counselling Studies Certificate,
Counselling Tutor L4 Diploma in Therapeutic Counselling

Job Type: Part Time Centre Name: Sutton College Location: Wallington Centre, Sutton Centre. (Please note: Their might be cause for some online delivery (training is available). Job Description

Sutton College are currently seeking dynamic and experienced Counselling Tutors who can teach L2 Counselling Certificate, L3 Counselling Studies Certificate, and L4 Diploma in Therapeutic Counselling. We are very interested in tutors who are able to support students to:

  • Take the next steps in professional counsellor training to specialise whether in the voluntary, statutory or private sectors
  • Learn how useful theoretical concepts are proving to be in their own client work
  • Prepare for work as a professional counsellor in an agency setting
  • Go on to study progressive levels in Therapeutic Counselling

We are particularly looking for tutors with a passion for the subject, good subject knowledge, and a desire to develop pre-practitioner training for future counselling professionals. Professional counselling experience is preferred, and a level 4 teaching qualification is essential, or the willingness to work towards one. Some experience of Google Classroom and partial online delivery is desirable, though training is available.

Start date Sept 2021

Salary: LBS tutor scale range £28.77 – £36.12 depending on qualifications and experience

Expiry Date: Friday 16th July 2021

How to apply

Please follow the link for application form that should be completed and returned to jobs@suttoncollege.ac.uk

Contact Details

Roy Lee Curriculum Leader – Vocational roylee@suttoncollege.ac.uk 0208 289 4700

Counselling Lecturer

Job Type: Permanent part-time Fridays Centre Name: Spurgeon’s College Location: Croydon, London UK Job Description:

Counselling Lecturers x 2 - Level 4 Diploma in Therapeutic Counselling (TC-L4)

Salary: £19523 per annum

Closing date: 12 noon on Wednesday 30 June 2021 - interviews July 2021

How to apply: Visit www.spurgeons.ac.uk/counselling-tutor-posts/

Co-tutor Level 4 Diploma in Therapeutic Counselling at Mapleleaf Training and Counselling Centre

Job Type:  Part-time Location: Shirley, West Midlands Job Description:

We are looking for sessional tutor to deliver on our Level 4 counselling courses. All our courses are co-tutored and individuals will have joint responsibility for delivery, assessing, quality assurance and supporting learners. Tutors will be required to teach during the day and evening to support delivery of the programme, and be equipped to deliver online for remote sessions (currently using Zoom).

Applicants need to have the following credentials:

  • Qualified to at least Level 4 and to be a practicing counsellor
  • 2 years supervised counselling practice and / or minimum 450 counselling hours
  • Supervision qualification or experience of supervising groups or individuals in a counselling setting
  • To hold a minimum of a Level 3 Award in Education and Training (All Levels)
  • To be a member of a professional association for counselling and psychotherapy
  • Willingness to work with co-tutors and in the wider tutor team
  • Available to attend termly / quarterly team meeting outside of teaching hours
  • Passion and interest in developing students and the counselling profession

  • Person centred theory is delivered as a core model but we also encourage practitioners from other modalities as we are an integrative course.

    Salary: Hourly paid dependent on qualifications

    Closing date: 30th May 2021

    How to apply:  Please email enquiries@mapleleafcounselling.co.uk with a covering letter of why you would be a great addition to our team and enclose a relevant CV with at least 2 references. One to be a professional reference (supervisors are accepted) and another to be personal.

    Level 4 Co-Tutor at ELECT Training

    Job Type:  Part-time, self-employed sessional Location: Woodford Green (borders of East London/Essex) Job Description:

    We are looking for a creative, passionate sessional tutor to support the delivery primarily on our level 4 counselling courses.

    All of our course tutors have responsibility for delivery, assessment and support of learners.

    Tutors will need to be available on Tuesday evenings, plus one weekend a month and possibly one other evening to support delivery of the programme. Tutors will be required to deliver both face-to-face at the centre and possibly online using Zoom.

    The theoretical approach that we teach is humanistic with a person-centred core and incorporates Gestalt and Transactional Analysis so we invite integrative therapists with a good theoretical knowledge.

    Applicants need to meet the following requirements:

  • Qualified to at least Level 4 and to be a practicing counsellor
  • At least 2 years supervised counselling practice/minimum 450 counselling hours
  • Supervision qualification or experience of supervising groups or individuals
  • Minimum Level 3 Award in Education and Training (All Levels)
  • Willingness to work with co-tutors
  • Availability to have team meetings outside of teaching hours and participate in standardisation
  • Passion for developing excellent counsellors
  • Creativity and enthusiasm

  • There may also be additional opportunities to deliver teaching on our level 2 and level 3 courses during the year.

    Salary: Hourly rate £25 - £35 per hour depending on experience

    Closing date: 31st May 2021

    How to apply:  Please email admin@elect-training.co.uk with a covering letter outlining why you would be a valuable addition to our team and enclose your CV detailing your experience with 2 references, at least one must be a professional reference.

    Counselling Lecturer at North Hertfordshire College

    Job Type:  Opportunity for Fractional permanent position from September 2021. Location: Stevenage and working across group sites in North Herts Job Description:

    We are looking for an outstanding professional, who is motivated and committed to the success of their students. If you can bring Counselling to life in a way that engages, inspires and leads to high achievement, then you will be successful here at NHC. The role requires supporting and teaching students who are in the process of completing a level 4 certificate in Counselling (CPCAB).

    Job Purpose

    You will help develop and deliver dynamic learning programmes that meet the needs of learners and utilise a diverse range of teaching and learning strategies. You will plan and deliver CPCAB Counselling programmes in a group setting to learners of varying abilities.

    Role and Responsibilities

  • Support the promotion of courses and the recruitment and enrolment of students.
  • Ensure effective assessment of students to help to ensure that learning meets individual needs.
  • Maintain a safe learning environment by supporting students in understanding how to keep themselves, and others, safe and notifying management of any risks.
  • Promote the fundamental British values of democracy; the rule of law; individual liberty; the mutual respect and tolerance of those with different faiths and beliefs.
  • Utilise a wide range of teaching and learning tools to create and plan interesting and engaging learning opportunities.
  • Deliver outstanding learning, using creative learning strategies that will inspire and engage students to reach their full potential.
  • Provide students with academic and pastoral support to help them achieve their goals.
  • Mark and assess students’ work, providing feedback that supports students to improve.
  • Take responsibility for the progress and achievement of all students on your course.
  • Lead a programme or course, maintaining high standards of behaviour and performance, and providing high quality experiences to raise students’ aspirations.
  • Liaise with student support functions, external agencies and parents to help ensure that students make good or better progress.
  • Use and analyse programme data to support effective course management.
  • Deliver IAG to support students’ decision making and high rates of progression.

  • Person Specification

  • Ability to inspire and engage students to achieve their full potential and a passion for teaching and learning.
  • A professional Counsellor, Teacher or lecturer with demonstrable experience of delivering outstanding teaching and learning or relevant industry experience.
  • Organised with an ability to work towards challenging targets and manage time effectively.
  • Educated to degree level or hold a relevant occupational qualification in the subject area.
  • Relevant teaching qualification or willingness to work towards one.
  • A*-C in maths and English.
  • Experience of teaching up to Level 4 in Counselling.

  • Who we are

    North Hertfordshire College (NHC) is a further education college with over 3,000 full time students across a wide range of areas of learning.
    Everything we do at NHC is about helping students achieve what they want to be in life. That means helping them to develop both the knowledge and skills they need to progress in their chosen occupational area, and the employability skills that we know employers require of young people when they enter the world of work.
    NHC is part of the Hart Learning Group which also includes Hart L&D, a progressive learning and development business that helps business clients of all sizes to engage with emerging talent, and the Hart Schools Trust – a burgeoning multi-academy trust which sponsors a small number of schools in our local community.
    We are currently working towards an ambitious five-year strategy. We want NHC to be Outstanding by 2018. To realise our strategy, we need the best people around. We’re building an amazing team, all of whom share our passion, pace and commitment to helping our students achieve what they want to be in life.

    Salary: £31.95 an hour at Level 4

    How to apply: To apply please send a CV and one-page cover letter to recruitment@nhc.ac.uk or contact Samantha Marriott, Course Coordinator.

    Counselling Course Tutor at CPTA (Counselling & Psychotherapy Training Academy)

    Job Type:  Part time – hourly rate contract Location: Tutors required for Reading, Guildford, Oxford, Dorset, Brighton, London, Bromley, Faversham, Tunbridge Wells and Hastings Job Description:

    Course tutors required for all level courses: L2 Counselling Skills, L3 Counselling Studies, L4 Diploma in Therapeutic Counselling, L5 CBT, L5 Psychotherapeutic Counselling and L6 Counselling Supervision.

    Salary: Paid hourly – range £28 to £32 per guided teaching hour, depending on experience and qualifications

    Closing date: Ongoing recruitment of tutors next academic year Sept 2021 to September 2022

    How to apply:  Apply with CV stating your general availability and preferred location, daytime & /or evening, to Rachel Streeter rachel@cpta.org.uk and we will provide further information on options, opportunities, and terms.

    Counselling Tutor - Chichester College Group in partnership with Cara Counselling Training

    Job Title: Counselling Tutor Job Type: Part-time Sessional Location: Worthing College, Worthing, West Sussex Job Description:

    We are looking for sessional tutors to teach and support part time students on our counselling courses. Cara Counselling Training work in partnership with the Chichester College Group; the provision is currently expanding, and we are looking for dynamic individuals to join our team.

    The current counselling provision includes: Level 2 Certificate in Counselling Skills, Level 3 Certificate in Counselling Theory, and the Level 4 BACP Approved Practitioner Diploma in Therapeutic Counselling. All our courses are co-tutored, the tutors share the responsibilities of delivering, supporting, and assessing, equally and collaboratively. All course materials and resources are provided to ensure continuity throughout, our aim is to provide a high-quality experience with outstanding outcomes.

    Applicants need to be available to teach evening sessions in addition to daytime and must be a qualified counsellor and BACP registered or equivalent. We also require applicants to hold a teaching or training qualification or be in the process of obtaining one.

    So, if you have energy, enthusiasm, and passion for both counselling AND education, then please get in touch!

    Salary: £26.50 - £30.00 per hour depending on experience

    How to apply:  Please express your interest by submitting a current CV and covering letter to Deborah Flynn-Harland (07846 601228) at deborah@caracounselling.training.co.uk

    Counselling Tutors - Collaborative Counselling Academy Ltd.

    Job Title: Counselling Tutors for CST-L3 – Certificate in Counselling Studies, TC-L4 – Diploma in Therapeutic Counselling and PC-L5 – Diploma in Psychotherapeutic Counselling Job Type: Part time Location: Collaborative Counselling Academy Ltd, Stevenage, Hertfordshire Job Description:

    Collaborative Counselling Academy (CCA) is a Hertfordshire based CPCAB college, staffed by established tutors. Currently all of our courses are delivered online via Zoom. When Covid-19 eventually allows, we will be based at Marriott’s School with access to excellent facilities. Our tutor team of seven are successfully delivering Level 2- 4 this academic year. We are adding further courses from October 2021 and are looking to expand our teaching team.

    Person Specification:

  • Qualified to at least Level 4 and to be a practising counsellor
  • 2 years supervised counselling practice or minimum 450 counselling hours
  • Supervision qualification or experience of supervising groups or individuals in a counselling setting (CST-L3)
  • Supervision qualification or 1-year experience of providing supervision to groups or individuals in a counselling setting (TC-L4/PC-L5)
  • To hold or be working towards Level 3 Award in Education and Training (All Levels)
  • To be a member of BACP (a requirement if delivering the TC-L4 BACP Approved course)
  • To be a member of a professional association for counselling and psychotherapy (CST-L3/TC-L4)
  • 40 hours personal therapy
  • Willingness to work with co-tutor and in the wider tutor team
  • Available to attend monthly team meeting outside of teaching hours
  • Passion and interest in developing students and the counselling profession
  • Salary: You will be employed at a rate of £35/hour. Hours dependant on the course you will be delivering.

    Closing date: September 2021 

    How to apply: Please get in touch with your CV and/or any questions. Please see our website www.collaborativecounselling.academy or call 07957 312 315 (Kate) or 07504 959227 (Chris)

    Counselling Tutors - Listening Post

    Who we are:

    Listening Post is a small and friendly team, delivering counselling to people in the Gloucestershire area and training those who want to become a counsellor, up to a Level 4 Diploma.

    What we need:

    We are currently looking for part-time tutors to join our growing training team to deliver our Foundation Course in Counselling Skills (Level 2 & 3) and our Diploma in Therapeutic Counselling (Level 4).

    Why you should apply:
    If you:
    • have a therapeutic counselling qualification at level 4 or above (420 taught hours).
    • are in current supervised counselling practice, ideally with a minimum of 450 hours of counselling.
    • have a supervision qualification or experience of supervising groups or individuals in a counselling setting.
    • have a teaching qualification or are willing to work towards one.
    • have experience of teaching and assessing at Level 2 & 3 or above, ideally for at least two years.
    • have a desire to shape the next generation of counsellors in an integrative model of Person-Centred and Psychodynamic approaches.

    Then you're just the person we're looking for and we would love to hear from you.

    When we need you:

    We need tutors to start with immediate effect. You should be available to teach one afternoon and evening session per week over three terms plus some Sunday workshops during the academic year.

    How to apply:

    For an application pack please contact Linda Bullock at Listening Post on 01452 383820, linda@listeningpost.org.uk. If you feel an informal chat would be helpful before applying please do not hesitate to contact us.

    Closing date:
    June 25th 2021

    Listening Post Counselling Service
    St Aldate Church, Finlay Road, Gloucester, GL4 6TN
    01452 383820 | lpostcounselling@listeningpost.org.uk | www.listeningpost.org.uk
    Registered Charity no. 1013442

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