Protocol are working with an FE college group based in the South Yorkshire & North Nottingham area and are looking to recruit an exceptional Fabrication and Welding Work Based Learning Assessor for a full time permanent position.
You will be part of a team helping to develop the next generation of Welders. Use your knowledge, skills and experience to create a brighter future for Engineering.
The position involves assessing & supporting level 2 and 3 Welding apprentices in the work-place. Updating and developing their portfolios & carrying out on-site performance reviews. Using your report writing skills, you will maintain accurate records of student progress.
This is your opportunity to join a new team and help shape the future of the department.
The person & qualifications
- Hold a relevant assessing qualification (TAQA, CAVA or A1)
- Hold a relevant Fabrication and Welding qualification
- Have experience as a work based assessor in Fabrication and Welding
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The legal bit
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