Teaching

Could you be an adult education tutor?

The WEA seeks part-time tutors for classes in Northamptonshire in the following subjects:

Local/general history; music; art appreciation; architectural studies; literature; creative writing; sciences, natural history; religious studies; anthropology; social studies; garden design/history; languages; Skills for Life & ESOL and other areas of expertise.

We are looking for enthusiastic and conscientious part-time tutors who are: able to relate well to adult students knowledgeable in their subject sensitive to equal opportunities issues well organised about administration. An up-to-date register of potential tutors is maintained and regular training and support offered to both new and experienced tutors. If necessary, we can help you update your qualifications or achieve a current teaching qualification.

For more information and an application pack contact:

Bridget Chapman
Telephone: 01604 813445
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Could you be a volunteer in Skills for Life classes?

The WEA is seeking volunteers throughout the East Midlands Region to support courses in adult literacy, numeracy, family learning or English for speakers of other languages.We will give training and support. For information, contact Vicki Jones on 01509 262036 or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

For further details and an application form for WEA teacher training courses, contact:

Cherry Heinrich,
East Midlands WEA Teacher Training Co-ordinator
0116 251 9740
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