New Appointed Trustees & Volunteers - Young People Education
The Young People Education is appointing officers to form a Board of Trustees. The Young People Education (YPE) was formed in October 2010, a non-for-profit organisation.
Treasurer, Chair and Administrators is urgently required. We also require retired teachers/part-time teachers/trainee teaching assistance to work with a newly fresh-start, exciting, challenging and newly environment, to work within a friendly team.
Our aims is supporting Young People excluded from mainstream education, non-academic achievers, including young & talented geniuses; by assisting tutoring and exams preparations through fast-track revision courses.
The organisation will start with small groups, classes with a maximum of 6 - 8 students. Revision classes mainly focusing on the basic Maths, English and Science subjects.
Flexible hours available for the team; mornings, afternoons, evening sessions including weekends are available.
1. Roll on Roll off 6 weeks group session revision classes
2. Record and update attendance sheets for monitoring and tracking purposes
1. Download, print and process application forms from prospective pupils
2. Panel Board Decision-making on the processing of applicants on the Funding Awards requirements and entitlements
3. Receiving and making telephone enquiries to external organisations
4. Fundraising, Marketing, PR and Communications
Secretary and Treasurer:
1. Monitor and update, keep weekly and regular financial records of the organisation's expenditures
2. Communicate and report to the Chair and Trustee's of the organisation on concerns and issues on a weekly basis.
PGCE teaching qualifications is essential.
Qualifications for the other posts are not necessary, work experience and skills is a requirement but not essential.
Advice and support
- Funding and finance
- Coping with cuts
- Addressing needs
- Managing change
- Planning for the future
- Involving people
- Public Service Delivery
- Governance and leadership
- Compact Advocacy programme
- Campaigning and influencing policy
- Collaborative working
- ICT (information and communication technology)
- Climate change
- People, HR and employment