Behaviour Support Worker – Mental Health – Cheltenham – Academics – Hampen

Behaviour Support Worker – Mental Health – Cheltenham – Social Care – Behaviour Support Worker – Mental Health – CheltenhamnThis role will begin from Monday 12th September, with trial days taking place the week before – you will have the opportunity to work with the children, ensure it’s the right role for you moving forward for the academic year.nPsychology & Criminology Graduates Wanted – Focus on Social, Emotional and Mental Health Challenges.nDo you want to work with children who have SEMH, Mild Learning difficulties with a real focus on children who have been through significant trauma? This role is very challenging, it is important to know your objectives and where your sincerity comes from, elements that you and I will discuss in depth!nA fantastic opportunity, if you know your objectives, has become available for a Psychology Graduate looking to gain valuable experience providing restorative practices to young people with a diverse set of Complex Needs.nThis Special School in Cheltenham is ideal for a graduate or candidate who knows their objectives, someone who is clear why they want to work within this context.nThis schools specialism is not only providing integrated education, but also providing therapeutic support for every child by emphasising wellbeing within its practice.nBehaviour Support Worker – Mental Health – Cheltenham- Social Care – Behaviour Support Worker – Mental Health – Cheltenhamn* SEN LSA role/Behaviour Support Workern* SEMH, ADHD, Autism, Mild Learning Difficulties* Start: ASAP and September 2022 start.* Cheltenhamn*Education and Training provided* Pay: 78 per day, 1 year contract = 15,210* Full time 8:30am to 3:45pm.* Graduate role aimed at aspiring Clinical Psychologist to aspiring Youth/Criminal justice officersnThis SEN school are looking for graduates who need experience as a SEN Behaviour Support Worker and Psychology Graduates – all to provide first class support to children with complex social, emotional and mental health needs, ADHD, and communication difficulties, Down Syndrome and some speech, language and communication needs.nSupported by their highly specialist site, they offer their students a wide array of extracurricular activities, therapies, and personalised care in built for purpose spaces. There is a keen emphasis on matching the provision to the individual needs of each child, and the school takes pride in the great parent and pupil feedback on the quality of their care.nIf you are interested in this position, please contact Mike @ Academics ASAP via applying through this advert or, calling me on .nBehaviour Support Worker – Mental Health – Cheltenham – Social Care – Behaviour Support Worker – Mental Health – Cheltenhamn

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