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Early Years Teaching and Learning Co-ordinator (North East) Part time (3 days per week)
Brief description: To deliver high quality teaching and assessment in apprenticeships and work-based learning.

Nature of work: Home-based, field worker engaging with learners from a variety of sectors e.g. schools, SME’s

Work hours per week:   22.5 hours Tuesday to Thursday Work timings: 8-6.30pm flexible

Roles and responsibilities:

  1. Teaching and assessing the work of learners to successfully complete their chosen qualification/apprenticeship
  2. Responsible for own caseload of 22 learners full time
  3. Giving IAG and one to one teaching support to learners
  4. Attending a minimum of 4 full team meetings at head office per year and 5 regional STLC meetings per year
  5. Testing and invigilating learners
  6. Meticulous record keeping
  7. Monthly review of learner progress
  8. Maintaining own calendar and appointments, providing information to head office.
  9. Adhere to company policies and procedures
  10. Maintain up to date knowledge of safeguarding procedures
  11. Maintain a personal CPD record
  12. Progress completed learners to a higher-level qualification.

Skills, competencies, and knowledge required for the position:

Critical Desirable Optional Must not have
1. Strong written and verbal communication Demonstrate achievement of targets and working to deadlines Be able to internally verify the assessment process(IQA) Negative DBS result
2. Ability to build and maintain effective relationships with learners and employers covering a broad age range. Outgoing, friendly, and confident character, with good perception and motivation. Driving disqualification
3. Able to respond quickly to change Poor references
4. Able to respond flexibly to the demands of the role
5. Commitment to Personal Development and willingness to undertake further training
6. Ability to work flexibly, systematically and prioritise workload
7. Training Provider experience

Experience:

Education background with an ability to respond swiftly to changes in WBL/apprenticeship provision.

Meeting KPI’s with a proven record of learner retention and achievement

Successful experience of partnerships with external clients and strong research abilities.

Education:

Relevant core subject to a minimum of level 3

TAQA, A1 or D32/33

Teaching qualification to a minimum of level 4

Maths, English and ICT at GCSE, level 2 or above.

Key performance indicators

  1. Maintain a case-load of 22 learners with timely achievement of 95%, retention minimum 80% and overall achievement 100%
  2. Make 2 learner referrals per month to Kelly Wingate (Employer Engagement Officer)
  3. Maintain an annual record of CPD, minimum 30 hours
  4. Maintain progress review records for each learner on a monthly basis


If you are interested in applying for this position please submit your CV and covering letter to enquiries@fwsolutions.net

 

Business Administration Teaching and Learning Co-ordinator (West Yorkshire) Full or Part time available. 

Brief description: To deliver high quality teaching and assessment in apprenticeships and work-based learning.

Nature of work: Home-based, field worker engaging with learners from a variety of sectors

Work hours per week: 37 hours                                                                Work timings: 8-6.30pm flexible

Roles and responsibilities:

  1. Teaching and assessing the work of learners to successfully complete their chosen qualification/apprenticeship
  2. Responsible for own caseload of 38 learners full time (pro rata part -time)
  3. Giving IAG and one to one teaching support to learners
  4. Attending a minimum of 4 full team meetings at head office per year and 5 regional STLC meetings per year
  5. Testing and invigilating learners
  6. Meticulous record keeping
  7. Monthly review of learner progress
  8. Maintaining own calendar and appointments, providing information to head office.
  9. Adhere to company policies and procedures
  10. Maintain up to date knowledge of safeguarding procedures
  11. Maintain a personal CPD record
  12. Progress completed learners to a higher-level qualification.

Skills, competencies, and knowledge required for the position:

Critical Desirable Optional Must not have
1. Strong written and verbal communication Demonstrate achievement of targets and working to deadlines Be able to internally verify the assessment process(IQA) Negative DBS result
2. Ability to build and maintain effective relationships with learners and employers covering a broad age range. Outgoing, friendly, and confident character, with good perception and motivation. Driving disqualification
3. Able to respond quickly to change Poor references
4. Able to respond flexibly to the demands of the role
5. Commitment to Personal Development and willingness to undertake further training
6. Ability to work flexibly, systematically and prioritise workload
7. Training Provider experience

 

Experience:

Education background with an ability to respond swiftly to changes in WBL/apprenticeship provision.

Delivery of Apprenticeship Frameworks/Standards

Meeting KPI’s with a proven record of learner retention and achievement

Successful experience of partnerships with external clients and strong research abilities.

Education:

Relevant core subject to a minimum of level 3

TAQA, A1 or D32/33

Teaching qualification to a minimum of level 4

Maths, English and ICT at GCSE, level 2 or above.

Key performance indicators

  1. Maintain a case-load of 38 learners with timely achievement of 95%, retention minimum 80% and overall achievement 100%
  2. Maintain an annual record of CPD, minimum 30 hours
  3. Maintain progress review records for each learner on a monthly basis