Everything we do has been co-designed, co-produced and co-facilitated by people who access services; deliver services or support people with mental health. At Buckinghamshire Recovery College we recognise that everyone has different skills and abilities, all of which hold value.
Step 1: Contact us.
Arrange to come and see what we do. A tutor pack will be sent out, explaining the role in more detail.
Step 2: Interview
If you are not employed by Oxford Health you will need to provide references and complete DBS checks.
Step 3: Train the Trainers course and Introduction to the Recovery College.
Step 4: Start developing a course with another tutor – agree course with Head/College Co-ordinator
Code of Conduct
Buckinghamshire Recovery College expects tutors to:
- Be punctual, and to be prepared for the lesson that they are going to teach.
- Be familiar with the Standard Operational Procedures – ESCALATION POLICY
- Actively listen to students and respect their views
- Have some understanding of where to sign-post students, if necessary
- Deliver courses using a variety of teaching methods, aimed at the various
- types of learning
- Attend and take an active part in supervision; looking after your own wellbeing at work
- Maintain a professional relationship with the students
- Assist in the evaluation of the courses and course material.
Information shared during the course, between students will remain confidential.
However there are certain times when we may need to share information with
other professionals, services or agencies. These include:
- If there is concern that a child is at risk from harm
- If there is concern that someone is putting another person at risk of harm
- If someone threatens to do serious harm to themselves