Job Title: Regional Trainer - Early Years Care
Location: United Kingdom - Remote - North West (Ideally based in the Cheshire area)
Compensation: £24,355 + Benefits + CAVA access
Role Type: Full time / Permanent
Job ID: SF40808
We are looking for an Early Years Care expert to join our expanding regional team of Apprenticeship Trainers in the North West of England. If you're passionate about Early Years Care, have extensive experience in the industry and would like to pass on your knowledge and experience to deliver Apprenticeship training we want to hear from you. This role will be ideally suited to someone based in the Cheshire area.
Who we are looking for?
We are looking for a self-motivated individual with a flexible approach and strong work ethic. You will have good interpersonal and communication skills as well as excellent organisational skills.
What will you be doing?
You will join our team of Regional Trainers helping Early Years Care employees in nurseries in your area work towards and complete their Apprenticeship programme. Whether you have experience in Apprenticeship delivery or not we'll provide all the training and equipment you need, along with a competitive salary.
What the role involves:
- You'll be supporting Level 2 and Level 3 Apprentices. You'll do this through a mixture of remote sessions via webinar or teams and face-to-face visits to nurseries in your area.
- Your visits/sessions will include the delivery of teaching and learning using your knowledge, experience and the training we'll give you to support your case load of Apprentices
- You'll maintain documentation within our e-portfolio system.
- You'll be expected to engage with potential employers and learners and maintain existing client relationships.
What you'll need:
- Extensive experience working in the Early Years Care industry.
- Experience working in a Senior/Supervisory role in the Early Years Care industry.
- An Early Years Care qualification (Apprenticeship or foundation degree) would be beneficial but not essential.
- GCSE A-C in maths & English or equivalent and good ICT skills.
- Excellent organisational skills and a professional demeanour with good interpersonal and communication skills.
- A valid driving licence and your own car, with a willingness to travel within your region.
- A keen interest in supporting people through their Apprenticeship.
- Must have or have the ability to obtain enhanced DBS & CBL security clearance.
What a role with Babcock offers:
- Permanent position, 35 hours a week, which is predominantly Monday to Friday.
- Benefits package which includes 25 days annual leave, competitive money purchase pension scheme with life assurance and a share ownership scheme.
- All travel expenses.
- All the training you need to become a fully qualified Apprentice Trainer and Assessor.
- The opportunity to work flexibly and manage your own diary to support the training needs of your Apprentices.
- Equipment - mobile phone, laptop and an option after 18 months for a company car.
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- We believe the position you are applying for is exempt from the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act 1974 and as such, should you be invited to interview you will be required to declare all unspent convictions and conditional cautions, and all spent convictions and adult cautions (simple or conditional) that are not 'protected' (i.e. that are not filtered out) as defined by the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act 1974 (Exceptions) Order 1975 (as amended in 2020); and
The position you are applying for may involve engaging in regulated activity with children and/or vulnerable adults and it is a criminal offence to apply for this role if you are barred from working with children and/or vulnerable adults. Given the nature of the role, employment is conditional upon a satisfactory enhanced Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) check which will include a children's and/or adults' barred list check, and you will be required to provide the necessary identification documents at interview to enable the DBS check to be completed before you commence employment. These identification documents may be different to those required to confirm your right to work in the UK.
We are committed to building an inclusive culture and strive to attract talent who thrive in an inclusive and flexible working environment. If you have a disability or need any reasonable adjustments during the application and selection stages, please let us know and will respond in a way that best fits your specific needs.