Pearson Apprenticeship Assessor in Clinical Healthcare in Hampshire, United Kingdom
Purpose of the position
To deliver a high-quality training programme and complete assessments, reviews and completions in a timely manner as set by management, achieving or exceeding the required quality standards. To support all elements of the learner journey, providing participants with constructive, professional and relevant feedback for them to gain the Diploma and full L3 Apprenticeship standard of Senior Healthcare Support Worker. Ensuring learners are supported and prepared for gateway and End Point Assessment within the required timelines.
The salary rate of this role is £ 26,000 PA.
Core tasks and responsibilities
Arrange visits/contact with learners and line managers to induct, observe, and progress learners in the workplace
Within guidelines laid down by the awarding body and the customer, assess the work of learners in / at the virtual classroom/ workplace within set timeframes and to achieve targets set by management
Provide constructive, professional, and relevant feedback to learners in relation to their qualification
Observe learners in/at the workplace/ against criteria laid down by the awarding body and give feedback as appropriate
Ensure own assessments are accurate and achieve verification.
Carry out reviews with learners and line managers, submitting paperwork within agreed timescales
Ensure that own allocated learners are progressing in line with their target achievement dates and liaise with the Programme Manager for the purpose of monitoring the progress of qualification/standards achievement.
Promptly identify situations requiring periods of absence from the programme and complete/submit accurate paperwork as required
Ensure that learner records are accurately maintained, including paper/electronic portfolios
Complete visits to other sites and locations when required or as directed by management
Maintain positive relations with learners, line managers, and all other stakeholders.
Help participants to develop positive attitudes towards learning and studying
Attend standardisation and team meetings as required
To undertake any other duties as may be required from time to time
Maintain effective working relationships with each learner/line manager within your caseload
Communicate effective with your line manager, highlighting any issues prior to becoming critical
Maintain professional working relationships with all Pearson TQ customers, promoting a positive image of Pearson TQ
Training / Competencies
Excellent communication skills
Proven IAG, coaching and mentoring skills
Experience of the Ofsted inspection framework
Good IT skills
Work under their own supervision
Sector Specific qualification – minimum L3 NVQ/Diploma in Healthcare with clinical experience.
Can demonstrate effective learner programme management
Good written skills that captures detailed feedback and target setting of objectives
Knowledge of Apprenticeship standards
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Job: LEARNING DELIVERY
Organization: Workforce Skills
Req ID: 10224