Trainer Assessor in Plumbing and Heating
Rated 'Outstanding' by Ofsted and awarded an Investors in People Gold accreditation, Walsall College is one of the leading colleges in the sector and an inspirational place to work. Enhanced by two, state of the art campuses with the latest industry facilities, we support over 12,000 students to achieve their dreams and employ over 700 staff. We are uniquely and proudly vocational and are committed to bringing talent to life by maximising the potential of our students and staff.
We are currently looking for a Trainer Assessor in Plumbing and Heating to join us on a permanent basis, who has knowledge of Level 2 and 3 Plumbing and Heating and City & Guilds 6189-11.
As the successful candidate, you will plan, prepare and undertake training and assessment activities in a College training environment or in a learner's place of work, to which some of your workload may be scheduled to the delivery of practical training programmes.
You must have successful experience of designing and delivering assessment programmes and the ability to deliver excellence in teaching, learning, tutoring and assessment processes. The ability to assess functional skills within the main programme and the skills to increase recruitment, retention and achievement whilst maintaining quality standards are essential.
You will be expected to undertake professional and timely assessments of candidates in the workplace and delivery of theory sessions in a classroom setting. Working flexibly possibly including evenings and weekends, you'll set short, medium, and long-term learning targets and undertake regular reviews of candidate's progress. Developing sound relationships with companies to secure future training opportunities and good health and safety within the workplace will also fall within your remit.
For full specification requirements please refer to the job description.
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Walsall College is passionate about promoting equality of opportunity and creating a working environment where diversity is recognised and celebrated and everyone has the chance to reach their full potential. Our environment is diverse in character and student population. We particularly welcome applications from candidates from Black Minority Ethnic origin and those with a disability.
Safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people/vulnerable adults is at the heart of all we do. This is reflected in our rigorous approach to the recruitment and professional development of our staff.
Once a suitable amount of applications are received, this post will close.