Role: EarlyYears/Childcare Apprenticeship Assessor/Tutor
Salary: £23,000-£27,500 (+ Bonus + Benefits)
Are you an experienced Early Years Practitioner seeking a new opportunity to utilise your considerable skills to work with young people and adult learners?
Perhaps you are already experienced in delivering Early Years/ Childcare Apprenticeship Standards and are seeking a new, exciting opportunity with ample opportunity for career development and promotion?
This could be the perfect opportunity for you...
Cygnet Swann are working with a Private Training Provider in Birmingham that are currently seeking to grow their team of Apprenticeship Assessors.
The Training Provider are a well-established, growing company with superb learner achievement rates, a happy long-standing team and strong support infrastructure.
The employer offers a generous salary, bonus structure and training opportunities for all staff.
The most vital attribute the Training Provider is looking for in the Assessment and Training team is occupational competence- even if you have never assessed or trained before, but have an up to date demonstrable background in Early Years/Childcare then please do apply as full training will be provided by the employer.
A laptop, company mobile and scanner will be provided, successful candidate must have a full UK driving licence and insurance covering business travel, all mileage and expenses will be covered by the Employer.
Delivering Health and Social Care Apprenticeships up to level 5 (depending on occupational competency of the Assessor)
Working with a caseload of between 35 and 45 learners (depending on qualification level being delivered) within a 40-mile radius of your home address
Delivering remote video and face to face sessions with learners on site at their employer, depending on learner need (Majority of sessions are delivered remotely)
Carrying out initial learning assessments and creating individualised learning plans for each learner
Carrying out holistic assessment and working closely with the learner and employer to ensure that skills, behaviours and
Supporting learners through Functional Skills (with full support from Functional Skills specialists)
Attending remote and in-person team meetings with your team and whole company meetings periodically
Developing relationships with employers to grow own caseload (in conjunction with specialist in-house recruitment team)
Motivating and encouraging learners to achieve qualifications
Meet & exceed set of key performance indicators, relating to timely achievement and caseloadThe Person
Extensive experience working within an Early Years setting - ESSENTIAL
Recognised accredited vocational qualification in Early Years/ Childcare to at least Level 3 - ESSENTIAL
Full UK Driving licence and own transport- ESSENTIAL
A1/D32/D33/V1/TAQA or equivalent nationally recognised Assessment qualification- DESIRABLE
Essential Professional Competencies
A passion for quality and educational standards
Commitment to "go the extra mile" for learners and employers
Excellent time management skills and ability to organise own diary
Engaging & Professional with an ability to build rapport with learners and employers alike
Confidence to communicate feedback at all levels
Excellent IT skills
Competency in Functional Skills (Maths, English and ICT)