Early Years Assessor or Tutor & IQA, Rotherham

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This is an exciting opportunity for an enthusiastic and dynamic assessor / tutor to join a well established Training Provider that wants to make an impact in the growth of Childcare in South Yorkshire / Humber.

The client is looking to recruit a talented assessor or Tutor and IQA to carry out assessment of learners working towards Childcare qualifications from level 2 to level 5. The role will be varied and travel within Yorkshire and Humber will be required but the role will be remote. 


The role will include the delivery of Childcare qualifications to individual learners and facilitating distance learning using our on-line portal. Delivery may include Functional Skills sessions covering Maths and English.

The main duties and responsibilities will include:

Ø To deliver teaching and learning on a range of programmes, with mixed ability learners, from entry level through to Level 5 where required.

Ø To deliver programmes in a timely manner ensuring high levels of learner satisfaction, retention, and success.

Ø To promote the upskilling of maths, English and digital skills with all learners ensuring they are reaching their full potential.

Ø To keep records, monitor and track learners progress so that management information and statistical data fulfil the requirements of the organisation’s quality assurance and information systems, whilst maintaining a clear audit trail.

Ø To prepare schemes of work, lesson plans, assignments and assessments as required and to assess learners work in line with organisational and awarding body requirements

Ø To ensure on and off the job training is monitored and recorded demonstrating learner progress.

Ø Regularly review learner progress with learners and employers (where appropriate) at least every 10-12 weeks

Ø To assist in fulfilling its safeguarding responsibilities by protecting and promoting the welfare of children, young people and vulnerable adults who engage with us

Ø To actively promote the Prevent Duty and British values to develop learners understanding

Ø To attend standardisation meetings regularly and act on IQA feedback in a timely manner

Ø To participate in the organisation’s Observation of teaching, learning and assessment and appraisal processes

Ø To contribute to the preparation for external quality assurance and inspections

Ø To undertake administrative duties as required by the organisation

Ø To contribute to recruitment of, and provide information, advice, and guidance for learners.

Ø Provide robust developmental feedback to learners to help them with their next steps in their career, learning or future aspirations

Ø To actively promote course curriculum offer, enhancing learners’ skills and preparing them for future success in their next steps

Ø To carry out such duties and responsibilities under the Health and Safety at Work Act and associated legislation as described in the company’s Health and Safety policy documents.

Ø To carry out Health & Safety pre vetting reports / updates on employer premises

Ø Ensure all relevant KPI measures as agreed with the Learning & Development Team Manager are met

Ø Attend performance review meetings with the Learning & Development Team Manager

Ø To ensure that you stay up to date with relevant legislation including health & Safety, safeguarding, equality & diversity, prevent duty & British values etc

The Skills, behaviours, and experience required:

o A passion for implementing, enthusing and developing learner’s Residential Childcare skills

o A recognised Teaching Qualification e.g. PTLLS, Certificate in Education

o A recognised Assessor Qualification e.g. D32/33, A1, CAVA

o Functional Skills in Maths, English, and ICT at level 2 or equivalent

o Previous experience delivering Childcare courses

o Proven track record in achieving maximum results through effective learner delivery

o Experience supporting learners aged 16+ with positive outcomes

o Excellent time management skills

o Excellent communication and interpersonal skills

o Excellent all-round IT Skills

o Vocational experience and up to date knowledge and CPD within the sector

o Full UK Driving license and use of own vehicle

o Desirable – a recognised IQA Qualification e.g. D34, V1 or willing to work towards

o Desirable – able to deliver Supported Teaching and Learning (STL) qualifications at Level 3 & 4

This position is subject to an enhanced DBS Check.