A special needs school in Newcastle is urgently looking to recruit a Training Support Office for Mechanics for an immediate start. The post is full time and has the potential to become permanent.
You will be expected to provide Mechanics skills training and support to learners ensuring that they meet their potential in accordance with their programme aims and individual needs. The main focus of delivery will be the Mechanics vocational element.
The following is typical of the duties performed.
1 To set up, deliver and co-ordinate learning programmes. This will involve setting up learning opportunities internally or externally, programme delivery, regular communication and planning with other stakeholders and aftercare.
2 To ensure the general safety and physical well-being of young people on the programme by applying with all fire, health and safety regulations and procedures.
3 To provide support for learners in order to identify barriers to learning and/or progression, and to develop strategies for overcoming these.
4 To identify and develop suitable work experience opportunities including the completion of all associated documentation including Health & Safety vetting and risk assessment.
5 To be responsible for the managing of the workshop area to ensure a safe working environment for the learner.
6 To ensure that the appropriate equipment is available and in safe working order.
To source new or replacement equipment when necessary.
7 To develop and administer accreditation opportunities for learners to fulfil their programme aims and objectives.
8 To assess learners in accordance with the awarding bodies’ rules, regulations and good practice models.
9 To prepare and maintain appropriate records, statistics and files to meet all requirements.
10 To liaise with Deputy Head’s / Head of School, to ensure agreed programmes are being delivered and that any issues are dealt with quickly and efficiently.
11 To liaise, as appropriate, across the trust with regards to Mechanics programme delivery/activities/training.
12 To take part in the activities of Trinity Academy New Bridge as directed.
13 To be aware and adhere to all financial procedures/processes that may impact on any activities or work undertaken.
14 To attend training courses appropriate to the post in order to enhance personal and professional development, as well as to increase the quality of the service delivered.
15 The successful candidate would be expected to pass the Level 3/4 Assessor's qualification within 6 months
16 To agree work objectives and strategies with the appropriate persons.
17 To promote and implement the Trust’s Equality Policy in all aspects of employment and service delivery.
Hello Education will be able to offer successful applicant a friendly and approachable service along with the following:
- Competitive rates of pay
- An experienced consultant who will support you in your placements
- Careers support and advice
Permanent, Full Time
- Industry Sector Education