Educate 2Gether Training is currently looking for a Early Years Level 2 &3 and Teaching Assistant Level 2&3 Assessor to start as soon as possible on a part time/ full time bases.
E2G are passionate about training and supporting individuals to achieve their full potential, We recognise that the industry needs a committed workforce with sector specific expertise, training with E2G supports individuals, local communities and in turn the sector in
The pay Salary for the Early Years and Teaching Assistant Assessor position ranges from £100 – £115 per day, depending on experience and qualifications.
Purpose of the Role of Early Years and Teaching Assistant Assessor :
- The assessor will support on training and assessment for learners on the Early Years and/or the Teaching Assistant role. Knowledge and experience from working in the Early Years and/or Schools sector will be shared with learners to ensure they achieve their qualification in a timely manner.
- The assessor will holistically plan, co-ordinate, mentor, deliver and assess learners as part of their role from onboarding through to completion.
Main Duties and Responsibilities of Early Years and Teaching Assistant Assessor:
- Complete initial assessments with learners.
- Deliver workshops or online webinars to groups of learners or individuals.
- To prepare for your teaching sessions using appropriate and approved teaching materials and keep them up to date in-line with legislation and/or other changes.
- To act as course tutor/assessor and take responsibility for the day-to-day delivery of Education and Childcare courses.
- Support the delivery of high-quality training to exceed awarding body quality standards, including developing spoken and written English skills.
- To be able to integrate English (and maths) into your vocational teaching.
- Assess learner evidence against the qualification and provide developmental feedback using the e-Portfolio system within 5 working days from the submission date.
- Identify and develop individual action plans tailored to learner needs to support their continued progression, recognising where Additional Learning Needs may be present and record, support and log this to meet E2G’s requirements, using your knowledge of reasonable adjustments.
- Maintain accurate, up to date, confidential records relevant to individual learners.
- Undertake any associated duties of administration and record keeping in line with the role.
- To promote curriculum development of existing and new courses, including monitoring, evaluation, and quality assurance.
- Undertake workplace assessments and observations for learners.
- Take responsibility for your learner’s attendance and well-being.
- Provide support, including training for the learner on Prevent and British Values, Personal Development, CPD, Behaviour and Welfare, H&S, Safeguarding within or in addition to the qualification.
- Work with learners to ensure retention rates are high (90%), should a learner wish to withdraw, explore how E2G could explore/adapt training/support to mitigate the withdrawal.
- Be aware of and work towards your KPI’s.
- Attend CPD and Standardisation events as appropriate to develop your own CPD to maintain sector currency, at least three times per year.
- Ensure that E2G’s policies and procedures are understood and adhered to and promoted in all aspects of your work.
- Undertake responsibilities for safeguarding and protecting the welfare of children and vulnerable adults.
- To comply with and promote E2G’s Health and Safety policies and procedures.
- Ensure effective quality control and continuous improvement in all aspects of the work and responsibilities attached to this post, in keeping with E2G’s quality assurance procedures and systems.
- To foster good relationships and advance equality of opportunity between different groups and eliminate discrimination, harassment and victimisation.
- To deal professionally with colleagues and external partners as required.
- To ensure the confidentiality and security of all the Centre’s documentation and information.
- To attend training/refresher courses and meetings as required by the Line Manager
- To co-operate and take part in the Centre’s appraisal scheme.
- To perform such other duties as reasonably correspond to the general characteristic of the post and are commensurate with the level of responsibility.
Essential criteria for the Early Years and Teaching Assistant Assessor :
- Hold a relevant qualification or have extensive experience in the subject area Relevant assessing/teaching qualifications ie. CAVA, AiET or above/equivalent
- Have up to date industry knowledge
- Hold GCSE or equivalent in English and maths
- Able to develop strong professional relationships with employers and learners
- Have strong IT skills including Word, Excel, Outlook, Microsoft Teams, the internet and Power Point and be willing to work with e-portfolio’s – Laser
- Can motivate learners and ensure they complete on time
- Hold a full driving licence, have own vehicle and be willing and able to travel to customer sites
Desirable criteria Early Years and Teaching Assistant Assessor:
- Hold an assessor qualification – this may be essential for some roles
- Hold a relevant degree
- Hold an IV/IQA qualification
- Experience of working in Further Education or a similar environment
If you believe you have the knowledge, skills, and experience to be our next Early Years and Teaching Assistant Assessor please submit your CV to us today!