Birmingham City Council is the largest Local Authority in Europe and is a thriving City with lots going on. Birmingham is a large urban authority at the heart of the West Midlands with a growing population of over 1 million. It has the largest city economy in the UK outside of London with a growing reputation as an international business location. To provide and assess standards of driver competence in order to satisfy legislative, statute and BCC requirements. To produce and deliver an annual driver CPC syllabus and training course. To assist in maximising income for the Driver Training Centre. To give appropriate in-cab and classroom instruction to standards set down by the Department of Transport, Driving Standards Agency for formal testing and assessments of prospective Hackney Carriage/Private drivers. To instruct to a high standard on driving vehicles and operating of other equipment and specialist vehicles. To maintain a comprehensive database of driving assessments and training provision for all relevant employees and to ensure BCC’s ‘Safer Driving Policy’ is fully implemented. Must have a good understanding of Health and Safety. Provide management information as requested. To co-ordinate driving assessments as per BCC Policy. Keeping all paperwork and databases up to date. To generate income initiatives. Completing Driver License checks annually for BCC employees.
Key requirements:LGV License essentialPractical and classroom experience essentialProducing power-point presentationsMIDAS certificationIT SkillsAbility to work unsupervisedGood communication skills Skills & experience:Experience in delivering classroom and practical training ideally with 2 years experience or more. Must be able to deliver training in rigid vehicles up to 32tonGood written and verbal skills.Ability to work on own or within a team.Good understanding of DCPC and must be able to write modules as well as deliver them. IT Skills are essential.
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“Right to work in the UK documentation will be fully checked for all applicants. All non UK and non EU applicants are required to apply for a Certificate of Sponsorship from Birmingham City Council and must be approved by the UK Border Agency (UKBA) before any employment offer can be confirmed.”
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