Employability Trainer / Tutor - London
Employability Trainer / Tutor
Contract: Fixed term until end of December 2017
Location: Across North, East and Central London
Salary: £26,000 - £28,000 per annum (pro-rata)
We are seeking experienced Employability Trainers who will co-ordinate and deliver non-accredited training modules and associated support for Employment Plus learners across London.
Employment Plus is a career and in-work progression programme for those in low paid or zero-hour contracted employment.
- Deliver a range of non-accredited training workshops to Employment Plus learners according to the needs of the learner groups in each office
- Liaise with the Advisers & colleagues to develop training days, workshops and progression support activity as required by the contract.
- Keep manual records of training activity and enter all attendance and milestones information on the participant’s Individual Learning Plan (ILP)
- Work with the Employment Plus team to ensure project targets and outputs are achieved, identifying issues or concerns which impact on project.
- Produce monthly reports of activity for the Employment Plus Delivery Team Leader and Senior Management Team.
- Promote equality and diversity, challenging and addressing stereotyping and prejudice.
- Make use of ICT in undertaking the duties in the course of this employment.
- Use feedback to improve the quality of the service.
- Support staff training for the London Employment Plus team.
- Any other duties commensurate with the nature and level of the post as may be required.
Experience of designing and delivering training programmes for underemployed/unemployed adults
Ability to adapt style and content to meet the needs of specific learner groups i.e. people over 50; 18 -24 year olds; people with health conditions; lone parents; minority ethnic communities and people with disabilities.
Ability to communicate in a clear and concise manner.
Ability to establish effective professional relationships with a range of people.
Experience of working with people in both formal and informal settings.
Understanding of the requirements of working with adults in a professional capacity including the confidence to challenge learners and effect change.
Methodical approach to record keeping using paper and computer systems.
Ability to organise own work loads and meet deadlines.
Confident in the use of ICT in training delivery.
A training qualification is essential.
Flexible and adaptable, self-motivated with ability to work under pressure and meet deadlines
Able to work flexible hours as and when required including evenings and weekends
An understanding of and commitment to promoting equality and diversity.
ICT Skills (Essential)
- Word processing
- Electronic diary operation
- Understanding of M.I.
- Use of OneDrive
Certificate of Education (ideal)
Preparing to Teach in the Lifelong Learning Sector (PTLLS)
Certificate to Teach in the Lifelong Learning Sector (CTLLS)
Diploma to Teach in the Lifelong Learning Sector (DTLLS)
Please apply at your earliest convenience.
Prospects is committed to promoting equality of opportunity, valuing diversity and eliminating discrimination, as a core value.