Trainer & Assessor in Electrical Installation
Taking full responsibility for a cohort of candidates on an Apprentice programme, you will be instrumental in ensuring they are ready for careers in electrical installation.
Working closely with candidates, you will monitor and review their progress, set targets and undertake assessments in the workplace. You will monitor the achievement of the 20% off the job training requirement and support learners and employers to achieve this. You will make sure they are aware of routes for progression and further development. Developing relationships with both existing and new companies, you will actively secure training opportunities and support the growth of apprenticeships. Naturally, you will develop employers' assessment capabilities, and make sure they are aware of their health, safety and equal opportunities obligations, as well as taking care to ensure work and college based aspects of the apprenticeship complement each other effectively. You will also contribute to resource development with colleagues.
The ideal candidate will be experienced in delivering Electrical Apprenticeships and working in the Further Education/Work Based Learning sector. Desirable experience of delivering the new Apprenticeships Standards would also be beneficial.
You will have either A1 / D32-33 / TAQA /AQA / CAVA Level 3 Assessor Award and ideally also V1 (D34) / IQA Level 4 Internal Quality Assurer qualified, or willing to undergo such training.
You will certainly have a recognised qualification in Electrical Installation, including the 17th edition, together with proven, relevant industrial experience and competence. Taking a supportive and empathetic approach to a wide range of learners, you demonstrate excellent communication and interpersonal skills, and a commitment to ongoing professional development.
You have good administrative skills and are proficient in the Microsoft Office suite, apprentice enrollment and completion processes. As well as experience of the new contractual processes since the apprenticeship reforms in 2017. As the role requires regular travel, you must also have a full driving licence and access to a vehicle. Willingness to work some evenings and weekends is vital.
Nescot College is set in an attractive green campus outside Epsom with a large free on-site car park, in a location convenient to London and the South East, next to a mainline station with excellent transport links. The College has recently undergone extensive redevelopment and we are able to offer the facilities of a College campus in 7 acres of green belt in a peaceful setting, a local government pension scheme and generous holidays.
Closing date for applications is Wednesday 15 August 2018.
Interviews will be held on Tuesday 21 August 2018.