EHCP & Wellbeing Coordinator

Plymouth, Devon
£20,776 - £24,801 per annum
06 Jan 2021
20 Jan 2021
Contract Type
Full Time

EHCP & Wellbeing Coordinator

Full-time | Permanent | £20,776-£24,801 per annum

Our Learning Support team are recruiting for an enthusiastic person to join them as an EHCP & Wellbeing Coordinator.

You will coordinate EHCP review processes efficiently and effectively, and in line with the Children & Families Act 2014, the SEND Code of Practice 2015, and City College Plymouth procedures. In addition, you will support the review of existing EHCPs to ensure compliance with statutory processes and continued delivery of special educational provision in accordance with children and young persons’ EHCPs. This will involve consideration as to who is required to attend Annual Reviews so that work is appropriately prioritised, and attending priority Annual Reviews where necessary.

Other aspects of your role will include:

  • Providing advice and information to students and their parents/guardians on City College Plymouth processes, advising on statutory process and timelines.
  • Ensuring that EHCP reviews are accessible, and outcome-focused and comply with the requirements of the legislation and SEND Code of Practice.
  • Organising and preparing paperwork for, and chairing Statutory Annual Review Meetings ensuring that the young person and their family and relevant professionals are fully included.
  • Taking responsibility for ensuring that data is recorded accurately and in a timely manner.

City College Plymouth is one of the country’s largest providers of quality education and training, and our team of over 600 talented staff support over 12,000 students each year and each plays a part in making the College a nationally recognised learning environment.

The College offers a range of teaching, business support and Apprenticeship opportunities, so if you want to be rewarded well for investing in people’s futures - we want to hear from you.

City College Plymouth is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. The College is an equal opportunities employer.