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CV, English Lecturer seeking work in Canada

I am currently available for work
Serial No: 14877

List top 5 skills: english language lecturer, proactive team player
Short Bio:

Qualified lecturer with over ten years experience of teaching within HE, FE as well as private training providers. Supported students from entry 3 to degree level on a range of programmes. This has included teacher training, apprenticeships, Academic English, Creative Writing, GSCE English Language and Literature, A-Level English, research techniques, quantitative and qualitative methodologies. I have also taught Foundation Degree Fashion, Foundation Degree Art & Design and Personal Development.

Current location: 

England, United Kingdom - View on map

Nationality: 

British

Preferred Sector of Employment: 

education and training, Admin and Clerical

Spoken languages: 

english

Locations I am interested in working:

canada



Education & Qualifications

Jan 2014- to present
Middlesex University, London NW4
PhD in Education: Data Communication in the third phase of learning analytics in work-based education.

Sep 13-to Apr 2014
TEFL247, London W1
The Level 5 140 Hour Advanced TEFL Qualification.

May-July 2013
learndirect, London N1
Information, Advice and Guidance (IAG) Level 3

Jun-Sep 2012
JHP Academy, London N1
QCF Assessing Competence in the Work Environment (TAQA)

May 2010-Apr 2011
Barnet and Southgate College, London N14
Certificate in Teaching in the Lifelong Learning Sector (PTLLS including CTLLS)

Jan 2003 – Jan 2005
University of the Arts London, London W1
MA Fashion Journalism

Oct 1997 – Jun 2000
University of the Arts London, London W1
BA Retail Management (Fashion Pathway)

Sep 1995 – Jun 1996
University of the Arts London, London W1
Access to Media Diploma

Training

June 2014
University of East Anglia: London Campus, London E1
VLE Moodle 2 and interactive whiteboard training

May 2014
NVCO, London N1
EMSkills Functional Skills Event

July 2013
learndirect LTD, London N1
Eportfolio Training using etrack online and offline

Jun-Sep 2012
JHP Academy, London N1
Safeguarding of Young People and Vulnerable Adults

February 2012
The Coaching Academy, Twickenham TW9
Certificate in Personal Coaching

July 2011
Barnet and Southgate College, London N14 6BS

Microsoft Office Software Training 2010

February 2009
Franklin Covey, Oxfordshire OX16
Master Facilitator Training Certification: Personal Development

Key Achievements

• Experience of teaching face-to-face and online courses in GCSE, EAP, Learning and Development, ERS, IAG, Award and Certificate in Education and Training to learners including learndirect The Royal Sun Alliance, UK Border Agency, The Home Office, Ministry of Defence and Ministry of Justice.
• Supporting and teaching a range of degree programmes including business, management and ICT.
• Master facilitator to over 20 bespoke personal development and business enterprise workshops for learners including, retail, customer service and team building to gain work experience for Asda Gordon Ramsey Holdings, Harrods and Next retail.
• Designing schemes or work and lesson plans.
• Writing reports and one-to-one interviews for QAA and Ofsted inspections.
• Training students and staff to use virtual learning environments SharePoint, Moodle and Blackboard.

Employment History

June-September 2014
English Lecturer (3 month temporary position)
University of East Anglia: INTO London Campus, London E1 7EZ

Responsibilities:

• Lecturing on EAP programme to prepare international students for undergraduate and postgraduate study in U.K This includes reading, writing, speaking, listening and conducting academic research in the form of a learning portfolio.

• Planning lessons using traditional methods such as The Garnet series coursebooks and electronic resources such as VLE Moodle, Turnitin, the interactive whiteboard and online registers.

• Compiling daily work records to cover other academic staff members.

• Guest lecturing to support students with academic style notetaking using the SQ3R system.

Nov 2013-to April 2014
Student Advisory Team Leader (6 month temporary position)
University of Plymouth: GSM London Partnership Campus, London SE10 8RD

Responsibilities:

• Managing student advisors who are supporting BA, BSc, MA, MSc, MBA and PhD students with, study skills workshops, qualitative, quantitative methods, dissertations, coursework, elearning and study skills.

• Supporting both face-to-face and remote delivery in the form of seminars, webinars and workshops.

• Supporting student enquiries using Turnitin, QMS (Osbourne technologies), student portal, CADv3 (database management systems), Adobe Connect and VLE Blackboard.

• Preparing for QAA inspections.

Jun 2012- Nov 2013
Academy Commercial Tutor: JHP Academy, London N1

Responsibilities:

• Training, delivering and assessing The Advanced Apprenticeship from levels 3-5 in Learning and Development, ERS, IAG, Award and Certificate in Education and Training to public and private sector students online and face-to-face, designing schemes of work and lesson plans.

• Tutoring and invigilating functional skills and diagnostic tests in English, Maths and ICT for EDI certification.

• Organising virtual and face-to-face tutorials with students for career workshops.

• Uploading and editing training materials on virtual learning environment Moodle, assessing using eportfolio etrack and organising conference meetings in-person and online using Webex and gotomeetings.

Aug 2006-May 2012
Lecturer & Learning Advisor:
Barnet and Southgate College, London N14

Responsibilities:

• Planning, preparing and delivering study skills workshops

• Teaching Foundation Degree Business Administration and Management, Foundation Degree in Creative Arts, ICT, EAP, GCSE English,The Level 3 Extended Project Qualification PTLLS and CTLLS to trainee teachers.

• Invigilating and tutoring functional skills and diagnostic tests in English, Maths and ICT for Edexcel certification.

• Tutoring ESOL and EFL students from Entry 3 to Level 5 English Language including Cambridge and Trinity exam preparation.

• Assessing apprenticeships for students studying retail, digital media, customer service, business administration and employability skills.

• Preparing Ofsted reports and compiling one-to-one interviews with Ofsted inspectors discussing learner progress and resources.

• Training and delivering staff and student inductions including VLE support using Moodle.

• Attending and taking minutes during standardisation meetings.