Freelance Tutor & Module Leader - HR Apprenticeships
Nationwide (online*) with some travel to London and other national travel
*subject to candidates being approved for home delivery
BPP Business School is recruiting for a Faculty Lecturer specialising in HR to teach and module lead across apprenticeship programmes which support learners in working towards completing their HR Apprenticeships.
We are looking for highly motivated lecturers with specialist practitioner experience to bring high quality teaching and module leadership into the School.
Practitioner areas of experience relevant to these programmes would include:
The role of the faculty lecturer is to develop and deliver engaging teaching and learning materials (across Levels 3 and 5) that ensure that learner’s in the Business School receive a premium education and learning experience.
Associate faculty Lecturers can undertake a variety of duties including, but not restricted to, module leadership, developing module material and teaching (primarily live, on line via the Adobe Connect platform, with a possible requirement for some face to face delivery).
Please note successful candidates will be required to undergo a DBS check
- Be accountable for high quality module learning and resource development, using relevant professional syllabus material to create high quality, engaging teaching and learning materials, including formative multiple choice and other assessment materials.
- Develop and deliver high quality and consistent teaching materials including detailed schemes of work, topic guidance, activity checklists, content, (including webinar slides and resources).
- Provide support and guidance for the relevant teaching teams.
- Work with employers and training providers to manage a cohort of learners to ensure the smooth running and academic integrity of the relevant programme.
The Business School also has lecturer opportunities in the areas related to HR across other degree programmes, which a tutor in this role could get involved in. It provides scope to provide academic support to a wider variety of learners from differing contexts if they wish to take the opportunity.