Provide excellent teaching and learning sessions for apprenticeship standards both face to face and remotely, manage a caseload of learners and employers ensuring timely achievements and progression. Support the raising of standards in accordance with the aims and strategic objectives of the organisation.
Main Tasks and Responsibilities
- To deliver high quality Lean Manufacturing Operative apprenticeship standards using methods that will stimulate learning appropriate to learner needs and the demands of the course
- Liaison with employers (where needed) on the development of training programmes to satisfy employer requirements and add value to learners
- To support the achievement of contractual targets for learner retention and success rates.
- To complete timely reviews in line with processes
- Monitor learner progress to ensure learning continues and learners achieve in a timely manner.
- Seek feedback from learners on learning support materials in order to review and improve the service and learning experience
- Ensure systems and processes are followed and are in line with contractual deadlines.
- To provide effective IAG to support learner progression
- Provide thorough feedback to employers and learners during reviews on progress
- Deliver outcomes in line with current KPI’s and business performance targets
- Promote safeguarding, British values, prevent, numeracy and literacy within all sessions
- Administrating and completing paperwork associated with programme delivery within required timescales
- Promote and monitor equality and diversity in all aspects of the role and record issues that may arise
- This job spec does not represent an exhaustive list and role holders may be asked to carry out additional duties as reasonably requested
Person Specification – Essential
- Comprehensive understanding of the delivery and assessment of apprenticeship standards
- Vocationally qualified in lean manufacturing/warehousing
- Relevant occupational experience
- Level 4 teaching qualification or above
- Recognised Assessor award: D32/D33, A1, TAQA or CAVA.
- IAG level 2 or above
- GCSE Grade C Maths & English
- Excellent written and verbal communication skills
- Experience of unsupervised working and using own initiative.
- The ability to work in a target orientated environment and achieve required measures of success and quality
- An understanding of different learning styles and how to differentiate through various teaching methods
- Ability to motivate self and learners
- Ability to plan and deliver imaginative and motivational sessions with a clear focus on the needs of the individual learner
- Willingness to work flexible hours and locations as required
- Flexible, committed & enthusiastic
- Driving licence (business insurance is compulsory)
Person Specification – Desirable
- Occupational experience in the food industry
- IQA experience