Empowering Learning Ltd
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Salary estimated from 19.5K employees, users, and past and present job advertisements on Indeed.

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Office /Recruitment &Learning assistant in London, Greater London
on 1 August 2020
I got recruited for the position of office assistant. Ceo and Office manager inconsistent with what was what. Insecurity regarding the future of the company
Primary Supply Teacher in London, Greater London
on 29 June 2020
Good company
Soon will start my 4th year working with them. Good company, professional agents, professional manner... all as agreed. Highly recommend them! Still in happy cooperation.
Teaching Assistant in Erith, Greater London
on 1 April 2020
I enjoy working for them because there is always jobs on offer
The management are very attentive and considerate. Always listening to my concerns and find ways to resolve it. They care about their workers which make less stressful and fun to work for them.
Assistant supply teacher supporting specialist needs in London
on 26 February 2020
Supporting educational needs
Empowering learning provides you with the flexibility of choosing the days of availability for work, which very useful especially when working par time whilst attending university. Working as teaching assistance is hands on and does require the necessary patience, understanding and firmness. It is necessary to have these skills to support and manage children with learning disabilities who may also display challenging behaviours. As a supply teaching assistant i have been placed in a variety of of schools and supported children from a range of disabilities such as low functional autism, down syndrome, visual impairment and Global developmental delay. I have also worked with a range of age groups from nursery to post 16. The hardest part of the job role is to be adaptable, especially in supply work where you need to fit into the new classes and their schedule as well as provide necessary support to children with specific disabilities. Even though the work may be challenging at times, especially when dealing with challenging behaviours, it is a rewarding to support children and increase their efficacy from engaging with and encouraging them in tasks and during their free time.
worker in London
on 22 January 2020
Cut-throat environment, toxic atmosphere
Difficult place to work at especially the work load-salary balance. I was paid a lot less than other people on my team even after a payrise. The manager told me in no certain terms to shut up and get on with work. Favouritism, back-stabbing and each to their own. Recruitment consultants are pushed out if they deliver poor results. Toxic environment, no, I don't recommend.
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