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Rochdale Training
Published
March 27, 2024
Expires
April 26, 2024
Location
Fishwick Street, Greater Manchester, United Kingdom
Category
Job Type
Salary
£24,000 to £26,250
Weekly Hours
40
Working Days
Monday to Friday
Training Avaliable
Level 3 Teaching Course
Contact Number
01706 631417

Description

Come and join a successful Apprenticeship team!

Rochdale Training has been providing Apprenticeship training for employers and learners since 1966. Recently rated GOOD in all areas by Ofsted, we are proud of our strong relationships with employers who offer Apprenticeships, Functional Skills, and work placements across Greater Manchester.

We have an exciting opportunity for someone to join our existing team.

Main Purpose of Job:

  • To design, deliver and evaluate employability programmes which meet the needs of the business and learners.
  • To ensure quality of delivery, excellent customer service, continuous professional development and timely achievement of learner goals and qualifications.

Key Tasks:

  • To work with the Delivery/Marketing teams to identify relevant and appropriate opportunities for the design, delivery, evaluation and review of employability training programmes.

  • To plan, administer and deliver programmes for learners ensuring the delivery model is maintained and all aims and objectives are met.
  • To support learners to overcome barriers, supporting with confidence building and work/life skills ready for placement/employment opportunities.
  • To contribute to the overall team achievement of profiled learner outcomes.
  • To work with the Delivery Teams to ensure that mainstream and bespoke training is planned, designed, delivered, reviewed and updated according to business and learner needs.
  • To deliver an outcome focussed training experience to all learners ensuring that all activity complies with Rochdale Training’s, ESFA, Ofsted, Statutory and Awarding Body standards and requirements.
  • To deliver a quality learning programme and initial assessment to take into account individual learner needs, abilities, lifestyle and interests, learning preferences, aspirations and plans, according to their individual needs, therefore fostering a good learning culture.
  • To work off-site when required e.g. in Community Centres.
  • To use a variety of teaching methods and appropriate resources to enable learners to maximise their learning and develop confidence and the ability to learn independently and in a group.
  • To give information advice and guidance to learners as appropriate and encourage self-development and progression, especially at induction, reviews and exit interviews.
  • To ensure ILRs and individual learning plans are in place and reviewed regularly for each learner.
  • To promote a positive ethos, good behaviour and attendance for all learners with the programme.
  • To encourage progression of your learners via ongoing learning and development and promotion of Rochdale Training’s courses e.g. Apprenticeship and Skills Training.
  • To facilitate the learner to find meaningful employment.
  • To promote Equality and Diversity
  • To be committed to safeguarding the learners.
  • To encourage, monitor and report on learner involvement with your role highlighting innovation and positive practice.
  • To maintain comprehensive and accurate records regarding all aspects of job roles as required i.e. registers, ILRs and ILPs.

Knowledge and Experience:

  • Experience of delivering Employability Workshops and Training Needs Analysis.
  • Teaching Qualification.
  • Assessors Award.
  • Experience of planning teaching and developing resources.
  • IT competent.
  • Excellent communication skills.
  • Hands-on approach and positive attitude.
  • Self-motivated, with the ability to work proactively using own initiative.
  • Committed to learning and development.
  • Experience of working with young people and adults.

Complexity and Creativity:

  • Analysis of learning needs and style in order to progress the learner to achievement.

  • Maintaining learner motivation and meeting their needs.

Hours Per Week:

Monday to Thursday, 9:00 am to 5:00 pm

Friday, 9:00 am to 4:00 pm

 

For an informal discussion, contact Vicki Spencer at 01706 631417.

Approximate start date ASAP 2024, subject to enhanced DBS.

For more information, call 01706 631417

Benefits

You will have access to the following benefits:

33 days annual leave per year (including bank holidays)
Auto-enrolled pension scheme
Life Assurance at 2 times your annual salary rate
Access to a suite of learning and development opportunities
Annual industrial CPD

Only registered members can apply for jobs.

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