Aspiring Consultant in Trauma Bletchley - Education and Training - Immediate start - Aspiring Consultant in Trauma Bletchley - Full time - September 12th start - trial days taking place w/c 5th September.
This is a Learning Support Assistant role set in a provision for SEMH and Autistic students, focus on trauma and restorative processes. I would love to discuss this role with you and get a sense of your objectives, where your interest in the area comes from. This is a very challenging role, it's vital to understand that the need of the boys, comes from an unmet need at home or in the home life.
Education and Training provided - Youth and Community Gradates, Psychology & Criminology Graduates required for this LSA role in Bletchley. Being able to raise student's attainment is very important, the core academics are essential combined with an empathetic and restorative approach.
You will be working with children, through their Social, Emotional and Mental Health, who have low tolerance levels for stress. This is an all boy's provision for boys aged 9-16.
The students range from those who are cognitively very capable, academically, to children with a very low level of learning and who will require personal care. It's a good example of how diverse and the complicated role SEMH and Autism plays in society, each child will have a very different experience when they go home. The school provides a restoratively safe place for the boys to raise their emotional and academic attainment, big focus on both the core and vocational subjects.
Can you make the student's life just that little bit better today, keep them safe and demonstrate the value of an education to the students?
Sincerity is a major key in this role, your objectives within youth advocacy and social justice could well come to the fore, restorative processes will form the foundations of this. You won't achieve much without it.
Aspiring Consultant in Trauma Bletchley - Education and Training - Aspiring Consultant in Trauma Bletchley
9-16 SEMH school, Primary, and Secondary aged students all with EHCPs for their mental health - some students will also have Autism, Complex Social Needs, OCD, verbal and non-verbal children
Higher level of cognitive learning, combined with complex social anxiety - restorative approach required and education and training provided
Key elements of working with academically capable students, working through restorative
Number of Therapies introduced and holistic processes, a little progress is a cause for success here
Pathological Demand Avoidance and Pervasive developmental disorder
Secondary aged students with levels of learning well below their stated age
Positive engagement, giving the children a sense of acceptance, talking therapy will not always work here so different approaches required
It is vital you are sincere about your objectives and know why you want to work in the mental health sector and provide the best possible foundations for vulnerable students who have suffered several traumas and have been tragically let down by the adult world.
Aspiring Consultant in Trauma Bletchley - Education and Training