The Workers' Educational Association is Britain's major voluntary adult education organisation. The WEA exists to provide high quality learning opportunities for adults from all walks of life. You don't need any previous knowledge or qualifications to join most of our courses, only a willingness to share with others your ideas and experience. If you want to see if a course is for you, you are welcome to come along to the first meeting without obligation.
Northamptonshire WEA provides a wide variety of interesting courses throughout the County. In particular, it provides courses in the villages and towns of Northamptonshire organised by local branch representatives after consulting with participants. We also do other activities like seasonal walks and excursions.
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Photos from Evenley Wood Garden trip on the 23rd May
Sessional Tutors required across the East Midlands
We are looking to recruit new tutors to the East Midlands region which covers Lincoln, Chesterfield, Mansfield, Nottingham, Derby, Leicester and Northampton.
Do you specialise in teaching adults in:
- Creative arts and crafts
- English, Maths or ESOL
- Financial Education and Capability
- Health & Fitness (e.g. Keep Fit, Pilates, Chair Based Exercise)
- History (including local heritage)
- Information Techonology & Social Media
- Practical Archaeology
- Singing/Community Choirs
- Or do you have another subject specialism?
If so, then we want to hear from you. The successful applicants will have teaching experience, preferably hold a teaching qualification or be willing to achieve one in the first 12 months of employment, have an understanding of equality, diversity and inclusion and be able to apply this in the classroom, as well as an engaging teaching style and an interest in adult education.