We are inviting applications from teachers and school leaders to facilitate for the National Professional Qualifications (NPQs) that Coventry and Central Warwickshire Teaching School Hub are offering; we are currently working with UCL (University College London) as our lead provider. We are looking to recruit both Primary and Secondary based NPQ facilitators from all types of educational provision.
Having successfully recruited a team of NPQ facilitators for our both our November 2021 and March 2022 cohorts, we are now seeking to expand the team for our NPQ cohorts in the academic year 2022/23:
Specialist NPQs: NPQ Leading Teaching (NPQLT)
Leadership NPQs: NPQ Senior Leadership (NPQSL)
*NPQEYL & NPQLL are brand new qualifications: the first cohort for these will be in Autumn 2022.
Our facilitators work directly with course participants using the curriculum and training materials provided. Find out more about UCL’s current NPQ programmes here. Our NPQ courses are based upon the completely new and fully revised NPQ frameworks.
The role of NPQ facilitator is an exciting and challenging professional development opportunity for an experienced teacher and/or school leader who would like to contribute to the wider effectiveness of teaching and school leadership across Coventry and Central Warwickshire.
Our NPQ facilitator team will be led by our Teaching School Hub director, Becky Wheeler. If you would like to have an informal chat about facilitation opportunities please contact Becky directly: firstname.lastname@example.org.
How to Apply:
To apply for the post, you are invited to complete the attached expression of interest form. On this form, please provide a brief description of your facilitation experience; include information about the strengths and experience you possess which will enable you to perform this role effectively. You should seek the support of your Head Teacher/Line Manager before you apply for this role.
The Expression of Interest Form should be submitted to the senior administrator for the Coventry and Central Warwickshire Teaching School Hub, Chris Blay.