Technical Trainer Automotive - Derby - This Area Only | Zoek UK
This Browser does not support all the features of .
For the best experience please use a Modern Browser.
Technical Trainer Automotive Electric (Vehicle)
Derby - This Area Only
£28000 - £31000/annum
Permanent (Full time)
Automotive Technical Trainer Electric Vehicle
Hours - 40Hr working week
Salary £28,000 - £31,500 per annum
Support development of blended and face to face learning resources to meet programme specifications for IMI Electric Vehicle accreditations from Level 1 to 4.
Plan and facilitate well-structured, high quality learning experiences that are well matched to learner need, promote rapid learning and result in new knowledge and skills being applied in the workplace.
Motivate and inspire learners establishing positive and respectful working relationships, using interactive and engaging approaches to teaching, promoting timely achievement and enabling positive progression.
Work in collaboration with the curriculum design team to support ongoing development of session plan, resources etc to promote positive outcomes and timely achievement for learners.
Apply appropriate and fair methods of assessment, providing constructive verbal and written feedback that ensures learners know how to improve, thereby supporting rapid progression and achievement.
Maintain up to date and accurate records of individual learning and progress through the programme, providing swift support and intervention for those learners who start to fall behind.
Support the learning process through use of learning resources, supporting the development of independent learning skills.
Provide effective information, advice and guidance to learners, employers and other relevant stakeholders at all stages of the learner journey.
Maintain safe learning environments, effectively promoting Health and Safety, Safeguarding and Prevent, and ensuring learners are aware of strategies for staying safe online.
Ensure inclusive learning environments, effectively promoting equality, diversity and inclusion (EDI) and British values and supporting learners to apply their understanding of EDI and British values in the workplace.
Support learner progression English and maths functional skills qualifications up to and including Level 2, making effective use of initial and diagnostic assessment to promote progress, and support learners to effectively apply their maths and English skills in the work context.
Maintain effective links with employers, engaging and coaching work supervisors to provide good levels of support and guidance and facilitating appropriate and effective workplace on-the-job training.
Contribute to and participate in quality improvement activities, such as self-assessment processes, internal verification procedures and responding to learner feedback.
Take responsibility for keeping abreast of appropriate sector and educational developments, including industrial updating and participate in appropriate training and development activities that support your performance.
Share responsibility for the security and general upkeep and housekeeping
Maintain professional standards and conduct learners/colleagues/facilitiesKey Requirements:
level 3 NVQ or Equivelent in Heavy Vehicle Repair
Good standard of general education including 5 GCSEs
Recent relevant industrial experience, minimum of five years in motor vehicle academic or vocational field.
Experience of coaching and mentoring learners with mixed abilities
Excellent subject knowledge with a passion for the sector.
Excellent verbal and written communication skills
Full valid driving licence