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Training Advisor

£15 - £20 per hour

Job description


Working with Apprenticeships

Hours: 30 per week

Hourly rate: £15-20 pound per hour

Responsible to: Head of Operations (Apprenticeships)

Location: Lancashire

Working with a Further Education College

3 month contract (minimum)

Start date: ASAP


The Position

Working as part of the apprenticeship team you will work closely with the Level 4 Trainer / Assessor to manage the apprenticeship journey from onboarding until end point assessment and completion. The role will involve enrolment of the learner onto programme and working with the Business / AAT Trainer/Assessor and employer to create an individualised training plan, which meets the needs and ambitions of the apprentice and enables them to achieve end point assessment and be successful in their chosen career.

Candidates do not need to be experts in AAT, need someone with strong admin skills in business/finance with some knowledge of apprenticeships. Assessing qual not needed as this is managing the apprentice journey with the assessor team.

Main Duties and Responsibilities

  1. Visit employers to discuss initial training needs

  1. Work with the team to support the recruitment, assessment and placement of learners with employers

  1. Carry out health and safety appraisals

  1. Work with employers and apprentices to identify starting points and create detailed personal development plans, to be monitored and reviewed with the employer and apprentice every 12 weeks, to evidence progress and distance travelled.

  1. Completion of enrolment paperwork and set up of OneFile eportfolio including an in-depth individual learning plan (ILP).

  1. Supporting apprentices with OneFile induction.

  1. Complete regular reviews of registrations for on programme qualifications and end point assessment, liaising with exams to ensure accuracy and timeliness of registration.

  1. Monitor and support apprentices with the recording of off the job training.

  1. Timely completion of progress reviews and monitoring of all elements of the apprenticeship standard and progress against personal development plan and ILP.

  1. Monitor learner attendance, progress and performance, offer appropriate feedback and action plans and communicate effectively with employers informing them of learner's progress and achievements

  1. In partnership with the employer completion of appropriate paperwork to ensure timely entry to the standard gateway

  1. Collate accurate completion paperwork for apprentices, ensuring compliance with apprenticeship funding rules.

  1. Manage an electronic diary, scheduling workplace visits

  1. Timely production of reports and data to manage learner progression

  1. To be actively involved in the work of the Centre including attendance at team meetings, open evenings and employer events

  1. Flexible approach to work across the department
  2. Undertake continuous professional development as necessary to keep up to date with initiatives and practice and complete mandatory training.

  1. To positively contribute to a safe learning and work environment ensuring compliance with Health and Safety and Safeguarding Policy and procedure.

  1. All staff have a contribution to make to the way of which we engage with prospective and existing students, which is implicit in our vision, missions and goals and which places learners at the centre of what we do. All staff are expected to contribute to support colleagues who may have more day to day contact with learners. These include supporting key processes which enhance learners' experience e.g. attendance at promotion activities and open events, supporting student admissions, enrolment, induction, provision of reception cover, invigilation and graduation events. These activities are not exhaustive and may vary from time to time.

Requirements of the role

  • Up to date knowledge of apprenticeship provision (doesn't have to hold an assessors qualification, but would also be helpful)
  • Hold 4 GCSEs or equivalent including maths and English at Grade C/4 or above
  • Hold or be willing to undertake a recognised Health & Safety Qualification to IOSH level or equivalent if required
  • A current DBS on the update service
  • Available for an immediate start

If this role interests you and you would like to hear more, please apply by sending an updated CV today for more info


Morgan Hunt is a multi-award-winning recruitment Business for interim, contract and temporary recruitment and acts as an Employment Agency in relation to temporary vacancies. Morgan Hunt is an equal opportunities employer, job suitability are assessed on merit in accordance with their skills, qualifications and abilities to perform the relevant duties required in a particular role.

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