At Enstruct Training we strive to enrich the lives of young people by offering fun, engaging, and accessible alternative learning programmes in areas they would otherwise not have the opportunity to explore.
Our flexible approach allows us to create programmes of learning to reflect the individual needs of our learners, encouraging the development of their self-esteem, confidence, and their physical and mental wellbeing.
Our skilled and dedicated team provide our learners with programmes which encourage the development of valuable life skills such as resilience and risk management, while increasing their knowledge and practical skills in the environmental, construction and hair and beauty sectors. We aim to increase their desire to learn and enhance opportunities for employment and further training.
Enstruct Training – Full Time Assistant Instructor (Environmental Department)
Please send your completed application form to: email@example.com. Download the Application Form here
For more information about Enstruct training and the services that we provide, please visit: www.enstructtraining.co.uk
If you would like to discuss the application process or for more pre-application information, please feel free to contact:
Managing Director Keith Yates on 07894540109
Application closing date: 16/06/2023
Interview dates: Week commencing 26/06/2023 – specific dates and times to be confirmed
Position start date: August 22/08/2023
Salary: £17,600 P/A (42 working weeks per year)
Our Assistant Instructors support the delivery of bespoke, inspiring outdoor learning programmes to young people ranging from age 5 – 25.
The vast majority of young people who access our alternative learning provisions have additional learning and SEMH needs and most are secondary school age. They require individualised methods and enthusiastic, patient support.
Programmes often include activities such as allotment development, coppicing, other practical conservation tasks, fence and path creation, food growing, hiking, campfire cooking, shelter-building, woodcrafts and traditional games.
Sessions may take place in school grounds or at local woodlands or allotments. Some groups follow Forest School programmes and some gain land-based qualifications.
Our programmes provide an inclusive, alternative education which is more relevant and accessible to the needs of our young people.
This role is unique, often tiring, and incredibly rewarding. The successful applicant will join a team of supportive, dedicated and fun colleagues and will make a real difference to young people’s lives.
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Closing Date: 16/06/2023 Location: Leicester
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