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

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