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Aspiring Youth Worker Woking - Education and Training

Academics Ltd



£80 - £90/day


Posted: 14/09/2023

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Aspiring Youth Worker - Woking - Education and Training - Social Care - SEMH

This is a Learning Support Assistant (LSA) role working with vulnerable children and young people in Woking, Surrey. The school looks after 60 pupils aged 9-16 years and they provide a holistic and restorative approach to learning and behaviour management. The students at the school have varying degrees of social, emotional, mental health needs (SEMH).

The students at the school have been through a range of traumas and will generally struggle to build long term relationships with their peers. They commonly have high levels of anxiety and can demonstrate challenging, and at times, volatile behaviour. This is where you empathy and understanding comes into play. If you're passionate about supporting vulnerable young people with their mental health to help them achieve their potential then this role is ideal for you.

Aspiring Youth Worker - Woking - Education and Training - Social Care - SEMH


Specialist provision for students with SEMH, Autism, OCD, ADHD and Complex Social Needs
Classes range from 6-8 in size with a focus on implementing key and personal skills
Ideal LSA role if you have aspirations within Youth Work, Probation and Rehabilitation
Focus on a range of learning needs and ability, some of the students will have a 6-10% attendance record over the course of the academic year
Holistic, Therapeutic and Restorative Processes used, de-escalation techniques are key
Focus on dealing with trauma and positive re-enforcement in order to build confidence and self esteem
Focus on GSCE subjects, AQA, building a curriculum that works for their individual needs
Some of the best education and training in Woking, ideal for Mental Health, Youth Justice and general Youth Work ambitions
Monday to Friday, 08h30 to 15h30, £80 to £90 per day
Specialist training provided
The school likes to focus on LSAs who know their objectives and who would like to continue their personal education within an SEMH school
A criminology, psychology or equivalent degree is highly desirableAspiring Youth Worker - Woking - Education and Training - Social Care - SEMH

Apply directly through this advert or either email or call Judith Oakley on (phone number removed) for more details

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