Trainer - Community Arts Project
06 August 2012
As a Trainer, you will:
- Provide workshop training, guidance and support to young people, helping them to develop new skills and competences.
- Research and encourage young people to gain further funding ensuring the sustainability of the project.
- Promote the young people’s performances and Art work within the community, whilst working with parents/carers, schools and local businesses to ensure that young people on the project receive support.
- Ensure all young people are risk assessed to identify issues and remain fully motivated within their project
- Maintain data management systems, record details of work sessions and produce case reviews and evaluations.
- Plan and deliver accredited learning eg. Arts Award Qualification
As a Trainer, you should have:
- A good standard of education to include Art, Media, Drama or Dance as well as relevant teaching qualifications and knowledge of qualification criteria.
- Employment experience in a creative environment, with proven experience of having used media equipment and resources.
- Experience of event organisation and managing productions or presentations
- Good communication skills, with an ability to present to groups of people and interact with young people aged 10 – 19.
- Proficient skills in MS Office
- An ability to work on your own initiative, as well as part of a team, to prioritise and to meet tight deadlines
- A full, clean driving license and use of a car
Catch22 is a national charity that works with young people facing tough situations, encouraging and guiding them through thick and thin. We work with over 37,000 young people in 150 neighbourhoods across the UK. By joining us you’ll be helping to give young people a chance to get on in life. Our history and experience of working with young people spans over 200 years, giving us the skills and know-how to help find solutions that work.
No agencies please.
If you’re successful you may be required to consent to relevant checks by the Criminal Records Bureau and the young people you’ll be working with may have a say in your appointment. Equal and diverse, we see the potential in everyone.
As a charity we are keen to reduce our costs and so encourage all applicants to apply online. However, if you are unable to for any reason, please email the contact person on the advert for further assistance.
Applications for this job are now closed
Bournemouth Community Arts Project
XOSHMPSTPTCA - 200812
Hours per week
15.0 hours - Part-time
20 August 2012
29 August 2012
Number of vacancies
£23,762.00 Pro rata