Adult Education Teacher: ICT and Digital Skills

Adult Education Wolverhampton, Old Hall Street, WV1 3AU
£22,926 - £30,955
25 Jul 2022
04 Sep 2022
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Part time permanent
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Rated by Ofsted as a ‘Good’ provider, Adult Education Wolverhampton delivers high quality learning opportunities that inspire, challenge and lead to further learning and employment. We provide a key service in enabling residents to engage with learning, improve their skills, achieve qualifications and progress to higher learning and employment.

Join our energetic and high performing Adult Education Service and make a difference!

Teacher: ICT and Digital Skills

Contract Type: Adult Teacher, part time permanent Salary: Scale 1 – 6 (£22,926 - £30,955 pro-rata) Hours: 18.5 hours per week (410 teaching hours per year) Required September 2022. 

We are looking to appoint an inspiring and enthusiastic part time teacher to teach adults in ICT and Digital Skills. You will have a proven track record for outstanding delivery teaching, learning and assessment in this subject.

You will hold a full teaching qualification and a degree or equivalent in a relevant subject specialism. You will also have a broad range of experience in adult education and excellent communication and organisational skills. You will have demonstrable experience in high quality student support, curriculum development and blended learning delivery.

You must demonstrate a good understanding of adult learning contexts and the motivations and barriers facing students.

For more information around the requirements of the role please contact Lesley Bridgewood on 07773 192391. We are committed to equality and diversity and safer recruitment processes and positively welcome applications from all sectors of the community.

We will notify you of the outcome of your application as soon as possible after the closing date.


Previous applicants need not apply



We are committed to building a workforce that is reflective of the diverse community we serve. We want to attract the best applications from people of all backgrounds and underrepresented groups because we strongly believe in adding value through diversity, inclusion, and equality. Our employees enable us to deliver services that are accessible, inclusive, and reflective of Wolverhampton residents.

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Supporting documents
Adult Teacher JDPS - v1 March 2021.pdf

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