Protocol are pleased to announce a new opportunity for a Flexible Hours Trainer Assessor in Process Technologies, to join the Apprenticeships team within a college based in Greater Manchester. This particular college has a commitment to work based learning, raising skills for industry and has an exciting opportunity for an experienced trainer/assessor to deliver training and carry out assessment on the Process Technologies programmes that they are delivering.
Responsibilities for this position will include conducting initial assessments and training needs analysis, planning and delivering innovative learning programmes enabling learners to develop their knowledge and practical skills and carrying out regular learning reviews to ensure learners succeed in a timely manner.
To be considered for this role it is essential that you have experience of working in the chemical processing manufacturing operations industry or working in a laboratory. In addition you must have a level 3 qualification in PIO/Process Technologies, a Level 2 qualification in English and Maths along with an Assessor qualification (essential), verifier qualification (desirable) and a PTLLS or equivalent teaching qualification, or be willing to work towards them.
The person and qualifications;
- Knowledge and experience with chemical processing manufacturing operations
- Level 3 qualification in PIO/ Process technologies
- level 2 maths and English
- Assessors award (essential)
- IV/ verifier qualification (desirable)
- Teaching qualification or the willingness to work towards one
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