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Please help

Discussion in 'Further Education' started by aquasaki, Mar 21, 2011.

  1. If you are talking about teaching as supply and being paid hourly I have been at the same college for nearly 2 years on supply part time running the geography department (I am the only teacher in this area) and was told last week I would not be offered a position as they are putting the role out to their in house agency before they will put it out to other agencies. As I am not with their in house agency as the rates are less I am looking for a permanent post elsewhere. Feels harsh as I have put so much of my own presonal time into this role for nothing (apart from exam success for my students) so hope you do better.

    Aquasaki
     
  2. Hi glass,
    The hourly rate is usually contact time. You would be expected to do preparation and assessment, along with evaluation, in your 'own' time. That said, the hourly rate is considerably higher (usually) than the hourly rate for full-time/part-time staff who do these activities in their paid time. In theory, it should balance!
    Internal Verification is separate and you should be paid separately for that.
    Hope that helps.
    BuppyJam
     

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