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Apprenticeship Skills tutor (Bricklaying)

Employer
Grafton Recruitment
Location
UK
Salary
Competitive
Closing date
7 Jul 2022

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Sector
Education
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Full Time
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Job Title: Apprenticeship Skills Tutor - Bricklaying

Location: Rotherham

Salary: Up to £27,940 + £5k MFS (+ potential £3k performance related pay)

Hours: 37 hours per week, 52 weeks per year.

Length of the contract: Permanent

Grafton Recruitment are now seeking to appoint an Apprenticeship Skills Tutor in Bricklaying for our Public Sector client based in Rotherham. The Apprenticeship Skills Tutor will support and enhance the apprentice and employer experience through effective skills coaching and tutoring. They will also be required to have regular ongoing contact with all learners & employers and to complete all the relevant paperwork and update all records relating to learner progress. This job will involve extensive traveling, as apprentices must be visited at their place of employment.

Duties of the Apprenticeship Skills Tutor

To support learners to provide evidence on behaviors, underpinning knowledge, work-based skills, learning & overall progress for each apprentice.
To provide coaching and skills support to ensure successful timely completion of End Point Assessment (EPA).
Work with curriculum colleagues to check learner progress is to agreed targets in preparation of tripartite reviews.
To conduct regular tripartite reviews with the apprentice line manager and apprentice to successfully complete timely EPA.
To support the development and progression of a caseload of apprentices through onsite workplace visits in the creation of showcase evidence such as observations, reflective accounts, witness testimonies, professional discussions and any further evidence to support EPA requirements, this evidence will be documented within the e-portfolio OneFile.
To highlight & document any operational issues to the line manager which may affect learner progression as appropriate.
To set achievable tasks and provide support throughout the apprentice journey including assisting the apprentice to be prepared for any applicable qualification including functional skills, end point assessment, and other relevant achievement documentation
To support employers in understanding & documenting their responsibilities relating to on and off job training requirements of the apprentice.
To provide pastoral support to apprentices as required including on & off the job training/e-portfolio usage and any additional support needs & strategies.
To provide advice, guidance & training regarding Safeguarding, British Values, Prevent and Equality & Diversity and be responsible for ensuring that the workplace provides an ongoing safe environment.
To meet with the employer & learner to agree EPA readiness
General administration tasks including; ensuring accurate learner data within all software packages, monitoring learner attendance & targets, completing all required documentation within the agreed timescales and regular use of Outlook calendars.
To participate & document in all professional development as required.

Experience Required

Experience in assessing within Apprenticeship frameworks.
Experience of working in the business environment / appropriate working environment.
Experience of supporting learners through assignments and assessments.
Vocationally relevant qualification at Level 3 or equivalent.
Math's and English at Level 2 or above.
ICT at Level 2 or above or willingness to work towards.
An assessment qualification D32/D33 A1 or TAQA (or willingness to work towards).
An internal verification qualification D34 V1 or TAQA (or willingness to work towards).
Appropriate Teaching qualification (or willingness to work towards).
Knowledge of current Apprenticeship Frameworks.
Understanding of Work based Learning Apprenticeships.
UK Drivers Licence and access to own vehicle for work.
Pleasant and helpful approach at all times.
Able to work in an organised and methodical manner.
Work effectively as a member of a team.
Work in a professional and confidential manner with a high degree of integrity and flexibility.
A commitment to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people receiving education and training.
Able to work with sensitive information and treat this confidentially in line with the requirements of the Data Protection Act.
Able to Work flexibly over the working week, including evenings where required.

Hiring Contact: Chloe Peasgood

Agency: Grafton Recruitment

If you would like any further information about any vacancies before applying, please feel free to contact (url removed)
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