Training Officer

Brite Recruitment
10 Oct 2018
08 Nov 2018
Contract Type
Full Time
Training Officer


Up to £30,000 + benefits

Our Client, a leading organisation within the technology and consultancy sector is currently seeking a Training Officer to join their dynamic team on a full time, permanent basis in Luton. The suitable candidate will be responsible for playing a critical role to support the provision of the Modern Apprenticeship Programme in Luton, on client site.

Duties and Responsibilities include:

* Providing line management for Apprentices for the duration of their programme including 12 weekly reviews and supporting disciplinary/capability situations

* Acting as the sites focal point and day-to-day contact for all Apprentice related issues

* Developing a learning culture and environment that supporting the development of Apprentices skills, knowledge and careers

* Coordinating all Apprentice plans, ensuring Apprenticeships are of the highest quality and that all Apprentices receive appropriate training and support

* Monitoring, assessing and verifying competencies and learner performance against recognised awarding body/regulatory standards

* Working closely with third party providers to co-ordinate college assessment and monitor Apprentice attendance, progress and performance

* Managing and maintaining learner data and tracking progress

* Supporting self-assessment, quality audits and evaluation activities

* Ensuring all regulatory requirements are met

* Organising and chairing the local apprentice governance group meetings

* Providing coaching and development on a one-to-one basis

* Supporting Apprentice recruitment by attending recruitment activities and events and undertaking candidate assessment and interviews

* Planning, organising and facilitating the Apprentice induction programme

* Developing and maintaining close relationships and effective communication with the client’s key stakeholders, understanding their requirements and responding to their needs

Skills and experience:

* Previous experience of early careers development programmes

* Sound knowledge of Apprenticeship framework requirements

* Sound knowledge of funding streams/systems and compliance/regulatory requirements

* Assessor award; A1 or D Units (D32, D33) ideal

* Proven experience in the design and delivery of training programmes

* Good level of IT literacy – including MS Office suite

* Excellent written and verbal communication skills

* Ability to maintain discretion and confidentiality

This is an exciting opportunity to join an interactive and dynamic team within a market leading, global organisation working Monday-Friday. If you feel this could the right opportunity for you email your CV to us directly, or call for more information

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