Apprenticeship Digital Skills Trainer
Job Reference: ART-mVtkZxkAkui
ART Providers (ART) is a UK based organization that supports and prepares apprentices to be equipped with the right knowledge and skills in their chosen field of course programme. It is also part of our mission to help our community build and produce qualified apprentices that would reinforce business growth by bridging employers and apprentices together.
Due to the diverse range of inquiries we receive from apprenticeship candidates, ART is now looking to build a pool of experienced Apprenticeship Digital Skills Trainer to help support our apprentices on their apprenticeship journey.
Responsibilities and Expectations:
- To train, coach, mentor and assess learners toward the achievement of a work based vocational Apprenticeship.
- Planning, training, mentoring and assessing learners, principally using OneFile, and as and when required at employer’s premises, as the apprentice works towards achieving their Apprenticeship standard.
- Managing own caseload and own diary.
- To retain learners engaged on the programme and manage their learning and achievement in line with targets and objectives set in the individual learning plan.
- To complete internal and external quality assurance activities, where required.
- Arrange regular meetings with apprentices and employers to plan training, deliver learning, undertake assessment tasks, observe the apprentice undertaking certain duties and provide feedback on evidence submitted.
- Be a creative and passionate individual who will support and empower learners within the workplace in achieving relevant Frameworks.
- The role involves assessing, training and supporting learners in achieving Digital Learning Design and Digital Content Management Qualifications/Apprenticeships (up to level 4 QCF) and Essential Skills, whilst ensuring an excellent learner journey experience.
- Write planning and feedback reports and upload these on the portal. A planning report is the evidence you have agreed with the apprentice that they will provide for the next assessment. A feedback report is your assessment of evidence they have provided and how this maps across to assessment criteria contained within the learning units of the qualification.
- Understand fully the relevant standards so you can advise the employer and apprentice about how the job description and work programme they are working to maps across to the standard. Support the employer to put in place a training plan to enable the apprentice to gain the knowledge, skills and understanding to pass the apprenticeship end point assessment.
- Qualified Tutor / Assessor (any of the following (CAVA, A1, PTLLS, EAT, TAQA, etc).
- Professional competence in the area you are assessing, which typically will have been gained through working in that industry for at least two years. E.g. commercial experience: earning a living as a designer in a commercial context
- Understanding of equality & diversity issues & how these impact on learning & assessment.
- Ability to identify & help learners overcome barriers to progress and achievement.
- Trainer / Assessor qualifications or demonstrate that are working towards these.
- Sufficiently competent and confident to train others in the use of software packages: will need to specify which software packages has competence in.
- Basic experience of HTML and word press and can help an apprentice understand how to apply their design skills in a digital context is welcome.
- Thorough understanding of working with client: developing & responding to briefs; pitches, client management.
- Experience of training others on a 1:2:1 and small group basis.
- A Degree, Higher education Qualification, or professional qualification.
- Given the amount of travel to employers around the Midlands that this role entails an ability to drive is an advantage but not essential. We do pay a travel allowance.
Benefits of joining our team:
- Competitive Base Pay
- Flexible working schedule
- Fun working environment
- Unlimited opportunity of career growth