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Protocol are working closely with a Further Education College based in Greater Manchester in their search for an experienced French Tutor to deliver French Language to students across a range of levels within the college.
This role is offering Part Time hours (3 hours per week) and will run on a temporary basis.
You will be working within the colleges Languages department, supporting, teaching, training and assessing French Language students on their courses of study. You will be responsible for delivering education and training to high standards along with preparing student materials, assessing and marking student work and carrying out student tutorials and assessments to ensure each student is achieving their best during their time in the college.
We are therefore seeking individuals that are passionate about French Language and that have relevant experience in both educational and industry fields. The individual will also have experience working with students or apprentices either in a college or an educational setting whilst being upbeat, motivational and knowledgeable in the subject area in order to educate and inspire learners.
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