Apprenticeship Assessor (Wall and Floor Tiling)
Northumberland College has two main campuses at Ashington and Kirkley Hall and centres at Hexham and Berwick.
We offer hundreds of full-time and part-time courses, work with full-time students aged 14-18, full-time adult learners returning to learning, learners on part-time, work-based and apprenticeship programmes as well as higher education students working up to BA (Hons) level and employers from across the North East region.
The Apprenticeship Academy works with Apprentices, their employers and specialist curriculum areas within the College to provide quality learning experiences. Working with a wide range of employers we offer Intermediate and Advanced Wall and Floor Tiling Apprenticeships.
As an Apprenticeship Assessor you will take responsibility for the whole Apprentice learner journey, including:
- The provision of support, instruction and assessment, to Apprentices, managing individual learning plans, e-portfolios and e-learning as required.
- Acting as the main point of contact for the Apprentice, the Employer and colleagues involved in the Apprenticeship delivery.
- Ensuring that Equality and Diversity, Learner wellbeing including Health and Safety, Safeguarding and Prevent (including British Values) are embedded within the learner journey.
The successful applicant will have an excellent subject knowledge of Wall and Floor tiling with experience of applying this within a vocational setting. You will need a good understanding of Apprenticeships as well as understanding assessment processes related to qualifications. You need to be committed to supporting Apprentices and enabling them to succeed and achieve.
You will need to hold a Level 3 qualification in Wall and Floor Tiling, an A1 Assessor Award or equivalent and ideally an Award in Education.
You will need to be flexible to work on a peripatetic basis across the North East from a base at our Ashington campus.
Northumberland College is fully committed to:
'Safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment'
'Equality & diversity and inclusion for students, employers, the communities it services, staff, governors and customers who come into contact with the college'