Health and Social Care Assessor

Recruiter
Reed Education
Location
Watford
Salary
20000.0000
Posted
19 Mar 2017
Closes
18 Apr 2017
Sector
Education
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Full Time
Job Title: Health and Social Care Assessor
Location: Hertfordshire and Middlesex
Salary: £20,000 - 23,000
Hours: Full Time 
Duration: Permanent

Our client is an established training provider with a proven track record of success. specialises in helping both individuals and organisations fulfil their potential through bespoke training programmes. Our clients training includes Apprenticeships, BTECs, NVQs (at Levels 2 to 6) and more. Our client continues to work with employers who have both local and national presence, together with charities and community groups throughout the UK. they work with them to ensure the training they provide is relevant to businesses, employees and their job roles. they work with students across the country.

· To Assess and internally verify apprenticeships for Health and social care L3 
· Visiting/observing learners in their place of work to see if they are successfully progressing towards their apprenticeship. 
· You will be organising and maintaining documentation on learners` progress.
· Overcome barriers to learning and adapt delivery to meet learner`s needs.
- Case load up to 40 - 50 learners
· You will be working with students aged 16+
-Travel around the hertfordshire/ Middlesex area to assess the learners 

- Qualified Assessor A1/D33/ D34/TAQA/ CAVA
- Certificate in Health and social care 
- You must have full driving license and have access to a vehicle in order to travel.
- Experience in the Health and social care industry.

If this sounds like a role that you would like, please forward us your most up to date CV by clicking ‘Apply Now’. If you have any questions, then don’t hesitate to contact your local Further Education branch, we would love to speak to you and help you figure out the next step in your career.

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