• Location: Bridge Meadow Lane, Sydney Rees Way, Haverfordwest, Pembrokeshire, SA61 2EX
  • Subject: Assessor
  • Hours: Full Time
  • Contract: Permanent
  • Salary Type: Annually
  • Salary: £21,000 - £30,000
  • Language: Bilingual
  • Closing Date: 18 August, 2022 4:41 PM
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NVQ Tutor/Assessor – Apprenticeships

NVQ Tutor/Assessor – Apprenticeships

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Location: Bridge Meadow Lane, Sydney Rees Way, Haverfordwest SA61 2EX

Hours: Full Time

Salary Type: Monthly

Salary: £21,000 – £30,000 (Dependent on experience)

Main purpose & scope of the job:

To train apprenticeship learners in a leisure, sport or education environment, to give additional support where necessary and make assessment decisions to judge competence against their chosen apprenticeship programmes.
Welsh speaker essential.
Maintain delivery standards
Maintain compliance in accordance with guidelines set by WG
Key responsibilities:

Initially assess prior achievements, identify learner suitability for the apprenticeship
Identify learner support needs e.g. Essential Skills and Soft Skills
Agree learner starting points and set targets to develop and progress through the apprenticeship
Deliver classroom, small group and individual sessions of vocational and employability skills
Ensure Essential Skills, Equality & Diversity, British Values and Prevent is embedded into all sessions
Ensure target setting motivates the learner and give written and oral feedback on progression towards agreed targets
Ensure targets are met by learners
Review learner progress in accordance with contractual requirements and the organisation’s systems
Evaluate and document fully the learning of the learner
Maintain existing standards
Ensure that company safeguarding policies and procedures are implemented and adhered to
Ensure that safe practices and a culture of safety are promoted
Ensure learner retention and achievement is within the organisation’s targets
Monitor attendance and report any issues or concerns
Individual learning plan:

Create an individual learning plan that takes into consideration all learner needs and expectations
Update information on progress of learner into learning plan
Take into account learner prior experiences. Set target dates for completion of tasks/units/qualifications/apprenticeship
Refer to plan in reviews
Reviewing progress:

Target dates on reviews are to help learners effectively work towards achievement
Action plan each learner against all components with a S.M.A.R.T approach
Make targets motivating and give feedback on progress
Involve work-based supervisors/mentors in progress and reviews
Records of reviews must be in detail to show continuous progress
Teaching, learning & assessment:

Deliver engaging teaching sessions when necessary
Design/deliver/maintain an effective and innovative curriculum to meet the standards set by the company
Identify resources necessary to deliver the programme
Undertake any personal training in order to update qualifications required to support the role and responsibilities
Agree and set targets with learners to develop and progress through the apprenticeship to meet their needs
Review learners progress in accordance with contractual requirements and the organisation’s systems
Prepare and plan the effective delivery of all vocational activity sessions
To be quality assured by observation of teaching, learning and assessment system
To undertake training prescribed by the company in order to maintain the standard and currency of qualifications required to support the role and responsibilities
Actively engage learners in the use of the e-portfolio/tracking system
Assessing achievement:

Adhere to assessment standards when assessing/moderating learners
Involve employers/supervisors/mentors when planning assessments where appropriate
Integrate the Main Aim Qualification, Essential Skills, Equality and Diversity, Differentiation and Soft Skills competence during all activities
Incorporate various individualised and personalised assessment methods throughout the apprenticeship
Adhere to IQA/moderation systems and procedures
Plan and monitor the timely progress of all learners assigned to sessions
Be responsible for the regular review and target setting of learners
Standard measures of performance:

Department plan to be maintained in accordance with organisation’s objectives
Quality Assurance procedures maintained and are effective
Monthly team meetings attended
High level of teamwork and close co-operation with other departments
Attend regular staff performance reviews
Meeting agreed information and report deadlines
Personal responsibility:

To abide by the organisation’s systems and procedures
Produce monthly reports for management
Be a role model in maintaining a positive culture that embeds the organisation’s values by ensuring learners feel valued, safe and supported
Shared team responsibility:

Departmental planning
Agree key measures of performance for individual learners
Improvement projects within team
Maintain a positive teaching and learning environment
*Management reserve the right to make changes to the above job description with any other duties which can be reasonably expected of this role.