Are you experienced in Computing or ICT? Would you like the chance to travel and work with learner in different work settings? If so, then have you thought of being a Trainer Assessor for computing?
Regional / Trainer Assessors – Computing help to facilitate the delivery of student learning and assessment, utilising a full and varied range of teaching and training techniques, in which assessment will occur through experiences at the College or in the workplace.
Regional / Trainer Assessor – Computing will be facilitating the delivery of student learning and assessment, utilising a full and varied range of teaching and training techniques, in which assessment will occur through experiences at the College or in the workplace.
KEY TASKS AND DUTIES
The post-holder will be responsible to the Training and Development Manager for Computing for the following:
• Assessing candidate competence within a college and work-based environment.
• Prepare, maintain and monitor periodic reports of candidate progression through their apprenticeship journey.
• Record and monitor apprenticeship progress via ‘smart assessor’.
• Prepare assessment planning activity of digital and it candidates to ensure all aspects of the apprenticeship framework is met within a timely manner.
• Identify and support Maths and English needs of candidates to ensure levels of attainment are met within a timely manner.
• Build and foster effective working relationships with employers, including nominated work-based recorders.
• Work closely with your direct line manager to ensure clarity of each candidate’s technical certification progress/completion.
• Monitor and support effective quality assurance procedures as part of the training solutions team. • Ensure effective arrangements and maximise success in apprentice end point assessment tests.
Develop the wider skills of apprentices to improve their vocational progress and in turn, the impact of their apprenticeship to their employer.
• Canvas and recruit new employers across digital and it pathways through apprenticeship standards opportunities.
• Providing advice and guidance to students in their progression to either employment or other courses within the college.
• To take part in recruitment activities and be able to offer information, advice and guidance to those looking to follow a digital and IT career path or associated subject area.
• When required to provide high quality teaching, learning, assessment and internal verification across a range of computing programmes.
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