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TTE are currently recruiting for the following roles:

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TTE is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children, young people and vulnerable adults. All those who work at the College are expected to share this commitment.

As a training provider we have a legal responsibility to safeguard all learners in our care. In order to do this we operate a safer recruitment process which ensures that all employees are suitable to work with learners. All employees are required to undertake an enhanced Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) and any offer of employment is conditional upon a number of different key elements which are part of our overall safer recruitment process.

Part of our commitment to Safeguarding is ensuring that everyone is aware of the organisation’s policies, procedures and systems. As a Training Provider we have certain obligations that we must carry out to ensure the safest working environment we can for both learners and employees.

We must make sure that:

There is a comprehensive and effective safeguarding policy in place

  • There is a designated person who deals with safeguarding
  • There are effective measures to ensure safer recruitment for staff.
  • Staff will all go through formal safeguarding training and procedures will be in place to ensure that the dissemination of safeguarding information is effective and efficient.

GUIDANCE NOTES ON COMPLETING YOUR APPLICATION FORM

The application form plays an essential part in selecting the right person for the job. The following information will help you to complete the form fully and properly, with information that is relevant to the post for which you are applying.

You should read these notes carefully as the decision to invite you to an interview will depend on the information you provide on your form. Please do not submit a CV with your application.

PERSONAL DETAILS

This information will be used for administrative purposes and it is important that the information provided is accurate.

ENTITLEMENT TO WORK IN THE UK

The TTE Technical Training requires all prospective employees to produce documentary evidence that they are entitled to work in the UK.

EMPLOYMENT REFERENCES

Suitable referees are people who have had direct and recent experience of your work and, therefore, who can comment on your performance as an employee, on your ability to perform the duties of the post for which you have applied and on your suitability for employment in a workplace that provides education and training for children, young people and vulnerable adults. One referee must be your current or most recent employer. If you have previously worked with children, young people and vulnerable adults, but are not doing so currently, one referee must be from your employer at that time. References will not be accepted from relatives or from any person writing solely as a friend. All offers of employment depend upon receiving satisfactory references. Therefore, you should ensure that your referees will be able to respond promptly to a request for a reference.

CRIMINAL CONVICTIONS

Posts in educational establishments where employees have access to children, young people and vulnerable adults are covered by the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act 1974 (Exemptions) Order 1975. This means that, if successful in your application, you will have to disclose details of all criminal convictions, bind-over orders or cautions. You will be required to obtain an Enhanced Disclosure from the Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS).

EDUCATION AND TRAINING

Please give full details in reverse chronological order (i.e. the most recent first) of your general education and vocational training since you were 16 years old – where it took place and its duration – along with your formal qualifications. You will be required to produce evidence of your qualifications.

PRESENT (OR MOST RECENT EMPLOYMENT)

Please give brief details of your post, i.e. the main duties and responsibilities of the post currently or most recently held.

PREVIOUS EMPLOYMENT

Please provide full details in reverse chronological order (i.e. the most recent first) of all previous posts you have held, beginning with the most recent and listing all work (paid and voluntary) since you were 16 years old. For any part-time employment, state the number of weekly hours

PERIODS NOT IN EMPLOYMENT, EDUCATION OR TRAINING

You must give an explanation of any gaps in the chronology of your employment, education or training since you were 16 years old.

PLEASE NOTE THAT IF YOU DO NOT HEAR FROM TTE WITHIN 30 DAYS OF SUBMITTING YOUR APPLICATION FORM, YOU HAVE NOT BEEN SUCCESSFUL ON THIS OCCASION.

For more information, feel free to get in contact.