• Performing Arts Lead Trainers will be responsible for the successful implementation of the curriculum. By doing so, Performing Arts Lead Trainers are required to provide coordination and leadership to equip teachers to do the following:
• Deliver the curriculum according to 21st century teaching and learning principles.
• Deliver the curriculum according to the given timeframe (Instructional Planner).
• Create a positive and active learning environment.
• Support the learning process by identifying needs and guiding students to achieve their learning objectives.
• Encourage creativity and build students’ self-confidence in the field of arts.
• Organise and direct extra-curricular activities including performance groups.
Monitoring and Assessment
• Performing Arts Lead Trainers work within their discipline-based teaching teams to implement quality assurance and performance standards through the use of appropriate learning projects, instructional activities and assessment schedules, in line with agreed quality guidelines. By doing so, Performing Arts Lead.
Trainers are required to:
• Ensure assessments are delivered according to the assessment strategy and guidelines, in a valid and rigorous manner and according to the Assessment Guide timeframe.
• Maintain an accurate record of student achievement and performance.
• Performing Arts Lead Trainers assist with the development, review and update of the company teaching / learning resources, assessment tasks and projects for use by their teaching teams.
• Every team member is encouraged to provide ideas and suggestions leading to continuous improvement of teaching and learning practices.
By doing so, Performing Arts Lead Trainers may be required to:
• Plan and facilitate PD sessions across schools according to location.
• Regularly collaborate with team members to share ideas on best practice.
• Model and support a learner-centred classroom environment that promotes learner engagement and participation.
• Provide outstanding teaching / training to maximise teacher performance.
• Offer support and advice to members of the team and encourage their professional development.
• Bachelor’s Degree in Performing Arts (Theatre Arts, Drama, Music or Dance);
• B.Ed with a focus on Performing Arts;
• PGCE in Performing Arts
• DELTA (TEFL Q status)
Knowledge, Skills and Abilities required:
• Committed to innovation in Teaching and Learning initiatives, with a positive “can do” attitude and willingness to promote life-long learning across the company.
• Strong written and verbal communication skills, good interpersonal skills and an ability to work with diverse groups of people.
• Sound understanding of technologies that support educational development and current, with technology developments.
• Student-centered approach to teaching with an aptitude to work with Arab youth.
• Young, fresh graduates with a passion to succeed.
• 2 years’ teaching experience is desirable but not essential.
• Previous experience working in an ESL context.
• Training / Leadership experience.
Recruitment days will be taking place in any of the following locations:
• London, UK
• Manchester, UK
• Sharjah, UAE
• New York, USA
About the Company
At Alderwood, we pride ourselves on best practice recruitment, tailored for the Work Based Learning, Welfare to Work and Education sectors. Our core values and attributes are important to use and underline our proven ability to deliver results