"The course is flexible and dynamic. The opportunity to select a variety of options in which area to explore is a great help when I was uncertain about my future. There are many opportunities to get actively involved in public engagement in external activities outside of the university." ~ Graham Lough, MSc IPSEC 2009-2010
"Being a clinician within the addictions field for a number of years, I thought I was well prepared regarding the subject of Addiction before embarking upon this course.The Theory/Models of Addictions course was excellent, lecturers were very good and very informative. I enjoyed every minute of it." ~ Anon, Postgraduate Certificate in Addictions 2009-2010
"The degree programme is structured so that I can take responsibility for my study, but still have access to any support I may need." ~ Raymond Viola, BEd Primary Education student
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Tutors required by Explore Learning Darnley
Explore Learning Darnley are seeking passionate, enthusiastic and motivated people to join our excellent team of tutors to help children aged 5-14 with both Maths and English. We are looking for confident, enthusiastic and sociable individuals with good academic records and vibrant personalities who show a flair for working with children. Tutors are required to guide children through maths and literacy activities and inspire them to enjoy learning in a fun and stimulating environment. We are looking for tutors who are available to work a minimum of 3 consistent shifts throughout the week and weekend.
Explore Learning centres provide individual courses tailored to each child's needs in a vibrant environment that children enjoy. Our tutors are interested in children's educational development. They have the ability to motivate and enthuse children in their learning and enjoy working with a range of ages. Tutors must have previous experience working with children and be able to provide a reference for this work.