Theorise is solely dedicated to the supply of high quality NMPH support staff to Colleges & Universities across the United Kingdom. We provide a range of different roles to colleges and universities including Study Skills Tutors (dyslexia, dyspraxia & other specific learning difficulties), Mental Health Mentors as well as in-class Support Workers, Note Takers, Proof Readers & Examination Support Staff. Theorise Ltd is recognised for our excellent quality of service not only to our Clients but also our Candidates and we’ve built this reputation through a tailored approach to meet each of our Clients’ individual needs. While Theorise continues to grow we still offer a personalised, professional yet informal approach with a focus on meeting the needs of all our Clients and the Students with whom we work.
In the 19-20 academic year, Theorise has supported over 1100 students with support being provided to students studying at the Academy of Music, University of Derby, University of Edinburgh, Edinburgh College, University of Glasgow, Heriot Watt University, Inverness College UHI, Moray College UHI, Napier University, Open University, Perth College UHI, Queen Margaret University, Scottish Rural College & the University of St Andrews.
Theorise is fully aware that you have a choice but with our focus and determination to giving both our Clients and their Students a positive experience we hope to be your first choice.
Further education can be a daunting prospect for any student but perhaps more so for those who need additional support, for whatever reason, and we are committed to ensuring they are afforded appropriate support from a suitably qualified and trusted support worker who can assist in their academic progression.
We recognise that sourcing “best fit” candidates can be challenging but we are confident Theorise has the experience and know-how to deliver a solution for all student’s specific needs. Theorise have a proven track record of delivering excellent candidates for a range of roles, whether it is one person or volume recruitment, we are entirely confident in our ability to meet your requirements.
Theorise consider it critical to our success in education that we retain our support workers to ensure students have consistency throughout their studies. Ideally, a support worker assigned to a student in the first year of their course will continue to work with the same student until the completion of their studies. Theorise firmly believe that consistency is key for students and having the same support worker can assist in their academic progression through the creation of a strong and trustworthy working relationship.
Theorise Ltd unlike many other companies operating this field also have credibility and accountability in the field of recruitment which we believes makes us stand out from other providers. We continuously strive to improve and uphold our reputation as a professional and high-quality recruitment business as a:
· Corporate Member of the Recruitment and Employment Confederation (REC)
· Member of the Federation of Small Businesses (FSB)
This ensures we commit to the highest standards of being a compliant and productive recruitment business and ensures we can be trusted to provide an honest and reliable service.
Theorise believe our expertise and experience distinguish ourselves from other agencies operating in the education sector and our recruitment process is clear, thorough and bespoke to ensure we attract the highest quality applicants to fill our positions.
Process of organising support
Theorise process is extremely straightforward to allow colleges and universities to utilise our services quickly. We have some concise paperwork that we require to be completed and can quickly ensure your students that require support are matched with one of our team.
We send weekly or monthly reports to all our clients on all students that have been assigned to work with one of Theorise support team that detail the hours they have used and their remaining allocations. If a student does not engage within 2-3 weeks with our support staff then this is quickly flagged up and passed on to the students allocated D&I Adivser.
Should you wish to discuss Theorise further, please use the contact form below or contact Dany Brunton - firstname.lastname@example.org.
The below Theorise Education Services PDF gives a summarised insight to the above which can be useful to pass on to any college, university or student whom may be interested in our services.
Our Guidance and Job Descriptions are a detailed view in the roles we provide and our expectations of those whom are engaged in work through Theorise.