Community Arts Sessional Tutor/Assessor, The Florrie

The Florrie


Community Arts Sessional Tutor/Assessor

£15 per hour


The Florrie is an historical and architectural gem in the heart of Riverside ward in South Liverpool and offers a wide variety of participatory activities for people of all ages, multi-purpose event spaces available for hire and fully inclusive workspaces for businesses.

The Florrie is developing a newly accredited vocational education programme that provides vocational equivalents of GCSE A-C qualifications in Community Arts linking vocational training to live creative projects.


Role of an Assessor includes:

  • Developing plans for assessing competence with learners.
  • Judging evidence criteria to make assessment decisions.
  • Providing feedback and support to learners on assessment decisions.
  • Contribution to the internal quality assurance process.

Assessors must:

  • Have occupational experience, understanding and any necessary qualifications, as specified in SQA (the awarding body) requirements. Qualifications include D32&D33, PTLLS, LD9D, A1 or equivalents; or
  • Achieve a relevant assessor qualification within 18 months of starting to practice.
  • Ensure that learners are fully briefed on assessment procedures and methods, including appeals procedures; involve learners in the assessment planning process; provide constructive feedback to learners on assessments, discuss targets and areas for development on an individual basis through the development of the individual learning plan.
  • Adhere to SQA’s (the awarding body) assessment specification in the judgement of evidence towards an award.
  • Record outcomes of assessment using appropriate documentation.
  • Follow agreed procedures for recording, storing, reporting and confidentiality of information.

To apply for this fantastic opportunity to work on developing a newly accredited training programme please send your CV to Jo Anderson or call for an informal chat on 0151 728 2323

Applicants must demonstrate in their application their ability to meet the key responsibilities, qualifications/skills and experience detailed within the role profile.
The Florrie is an equal opportunities employer welcoming applications from all sections of the community.