The individual will be responsible for delivering the City & Guilds Certificate for Skills for Working in the Health, Adult and Child Care Sectors
Promote courses and recruit to maximise occupancy levels
Carry out initial and on-going assessment to ensure students are on the right programme and receiving the right level of support
Plan & design appropriate training programmes (including development of schemes of work, lesson plans, Apprenticeship Learning Plans etc), taking account of individual requirements to ensure differentiation of learning
Adopt effective use of new technologies including development of learning programmes on SoL-VE and use of webinars/Skype etc to meet market demands and enhance the learning experience for students
Deliver high quality, engaging training to encourage learners to attend, stay on programme and achieve
Manage the safe evacuation of students in the event of fire or other emergency, following agreed company procedures and ensure that health and safety procedures are followed at all times
Where appropriate, prepare students to successfully undertake assignments or sit tests/exams in order to maintain high success rates
Monitor and track students’ progress, including through reviews to ensure high achievement rates
Mark/assess students’ work, provide structured feedback and set development objectives for students
Moderate course work/liaise with external moderators to ensure university and awarding body standards and deadlines are met (HE tutors only)
Act as Programme Leader for specific awards with responsibility for admissions, the co-ordination of tutor resource, representation at exam boards, uploading of marks and programme evaluation (HE tutors only).
Evaluate training and implement appropriate improvement actions.
Excellent communication skills
Ability to plan and organise workload effectively
IT skills including the ability to use technology to support learning delivery
Industry experience in specialist area
Experience of T&L quality standards especially OfSTED
At least 1-2 years’ teaching experience
Where appropriate, expertise in working with special needs e.g. LLDD (learners with learning difficulties and/or disabilities) and challenging behaviour)
Up to date knowledge of specialist subject area/professional qualifications as appropriate
Must hold teaching qualification – PGCE, PGDE, Cert Ed, DTLLS (and L5+ subject specialisms where necessary).
Knowledge of health and safety responsibilities and procedures including emergency evacuation