Assessor Trainer Teaching Assistant Childcare

Adult Education Wolverhampton, Old Hall Street, WV1 3AU
£23,953.00 - £27,514.00
20 Jul 2022
28 Aug 2022
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Rated by Ofsted as a ‘Good’ provider, Adult Education Wolverhampton delivers high quality learning opportunities that inspire, challenge and lead to further learning and employment.

Join our energetic and high performing Adult Education Service and make a difference!

Assessor/Trainer: Teaching Assistant/Childcare

Contract Type: NJC,

Salary: Scale 5 (£23,953 - £27,514) (Pro-Rata)

Hours: 18.5 hours per week

Required 1st September 2022

We have an exciting part time opportunity for an experienced Childcare/Teaching Assistant assessor trainer.   You will have a proven track record for outstanding training and assessment in this subject.

You will be an experienced teacher/assessor used to working with an agreed case load of students.  Your role will be to undertake the assessment planning and assessments for students in the workplace and/or classroom and to participate in standardisation and quality assurance activities. Working with small groups or one-to-one you will also support the delivery of underpinning knowledge and understanding. You will be educated to degree level, have substantial experience in adult education training and assessment practices and hold an Assessors’ Award or equivalent.  You will also be required to hold a full teaching qualification DTLLS/CertEd.

You will have demonstrable experience in student support and supporting students on work placement. You will also have the occupational competence in the early Years sector and/or Early years.

You must demonstrate a good understanding of adult learning contexts and the motivations and barriers facing students.


For more information around the requirements of the role please contact Sian Fletcher by email or telephone 01902 556415.




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PS Assessor Trainer Teaching Assistant Childcare.pdf
JD Assessor Trainer Teaching Assistant Childcare.pdf

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