Apprenticeship Training Manager

Grosvenor Consulting
From £25,000 to £29,000 per annum
30 Nov 2017
17 Dec 2017
Contract Type
Full Time
Apprenticeship Training Officer role requirements:

- To support the provision of the Modern Apprenticeship Programmes in Luton and occasionally on other sites in England

· To manage and maintain learner data and records

· To assess learner performance against relevant frameworks and standards

· Develop a learning culture and environment that supports development of Apprentices’ skills, knowledge and careers

· Co-ordinate all Apprentice placement plans, ensuring Apprenticeships are of the highest quality and that all Apprentices receive appropriate training and support

· Monitor, control, assess, evaluate and verify competencies and learner performance against recognised awarding body/regulatory standards

· Work closely with FE Colleges and other third party providers to co-ordinate college assessment and monitor Apprentice attendance, progress and performance

· Manage and maintain learner data and track progress

· Provide line management for the Apprentices for the duration for their programme, including undertaking 12-weekly reviews and managing disciplinary/capability situations

· Personally provide coaching and development on a one-to-one basis

· Support self-assessment, quality audits and evaluation activities as required

· Ensure all regulatory requirements are met (e.g. SDS, SEMTA and EAL) and that all documentation and record keeping meets the required standards.

· Support Apprentice recruitment by attending recruitment activities and events and undertaking candidate assessment and interviews

· Plan, organise and facilitate the Apprentice induction programme

· Support enrichment activities, Apprentice-related events and awards

· Develop and maintain close relationships and effective communication with the client, understanding their requirements and responding to their needs

Qualifications, work experience:


· Experience in the design and delivery of training programmes

· Sound knowledge of Apprenticeship framework requirements

· Good level of IT literacy - Word, Excel, PowerPoint, email

· Good written and verbal communication skills


· NVQ/SVQ Level 3 Learning and Development or equivalent

· A1 Assessor qualifications award or D Units (D32, D33)

· V1 Verifier qualifications (D34)

· Previous experience of Apprentice programme delivery across UK

· Understanding of Centre Approval processes and SDS contractual requirements and SFA

· Project management skills

· Coaching experience

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