Technical Trainer – Apprentice Programme (Atcham)

Main Duties:

Responsibilities and Accountabilities:

  • Delivery of the skills, knowledge and behavioural components of the automotive Apprenticeship Standard to ensure that apprentices are successful at their gateway and End Point Assessments
  • Liaising with colleagues and managers to ensure co-ordination between off the job and on the job training
  • Develop and update training materials and courses
  • Maintain a safe & clean working environment
  • Maintenance and development of training aids, workshop facilities and resources
  • Promote efficient use of resources with particular emphasis on reducing the detrimental effects of such resource use on the environment
  • Complete timely assessment of apprentice work (practical and theoretical)
  • Feedback results of practical and theoretical assessments to apprentices ensuring that apprentices understand what they need to do in order to improve
  • Work with the Learner Support Department to ensure maths and English are embedded within technical training
  • Support the personal development of apprentices by embedding the ProVQ Apprentice Attributes within training sessions
  • Support and mentor apprentices to ensure each reaches their maximum potential
  • Implement the ProVQ Safeguarding policy and procedures to ensure that the wellbeing of apprentices is prioritised
  • Identify and report any factors that may put a learner at risk of not achieving their learning aims, using the correct paperwork and guidance notes as provided by ProVQ
  • Liaise with all parties involved with the training and support of the apprentice to ensure that all support requirements are met in order to achieve all their learning aims
  • Escalate any concerns with learner progression to your line manager
  • Maintain accurate and up to date apprentice training records ensuring consistency between training records and learner data stored in the ProVQ data Management/recording systems.
  • Ensure all documentation is completed correctly in accordance with company policy and timelines
  • Comply with all the requirements for Government funded apprenticeship programmes
  • Contribute to implementation of continual improvement (SAR & QIP)
  • Participate in internal and external quality audits, including observations of teaching & learning, matrix assessment & Ofsted Inspections
  • Follow processes and administration requirements in accordance with company procedures
  • Attend careers events/shows to promote and provide students, schools, and parents with the most up to date and relevant information concerning apprenticeships
  • Agree own objectives with line manager
  • Attend staff meetings & forums and contribute to specific development projects
  • To be committed to own development and participate in CPD programmes as
  • Keep up to date with technical and academic knowledge
  • To comply with the ProVQ Health and Safety Policies
  • Work to promote, implement and contribute to ProVQ’s Equal and Diversity Policy
  • To apply ProVQ’s Safeguarding and Prevent Policy and practices
  • To support ProVQ in ensuring compliance with GDPR and the Data Protection Act
  • To undertake all other duties as may be reasonably required as requested by ProVQ Directors and Manager

Essential Criteria:

  • Appropriate level of occupational competence
  • Either posses or be willing to work towards an approved teaching qualification
  • Full Driving License holder
  • First Aid at Work Qualification (or willingness to undertake)
  • Satisfactory enhanced DBS check

Resources for which the post holder is accountable: 

  • Training resources
  • Expenditure: expenses and travel
  • Laptop

Limit of Authority:

  • Not currently a holder of or responsible for any budget.
  • No financial authority
  • Authority limited to ensuring the proper conduct of apprentices

Working Relationships:

  • Colleagues & Departmental Managers
  • Client
  • Employers
  • Apprentices

We are committed to safeguarding and the welfare of all learners and expect staff to share this commitment. The successful applicant will be subject to a Disclosure and Barring Service Check (DBS) and will be required to provide proof of the right to work in the UK. We welcome applications from all members of the community regardless of age, disability, gender reassignment, race, religion or belief, sex, sexual orientation, marriage and civil partnership, and pregnancy and maternity

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