Pearson Apprenticeship Coordinator in Minley, United Kingdom
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Purpose of the position
To be responsible for managing and supporting the administration of Communicator and Logspec Apprentices at the Gibraltar Barracks, Minley, and Worthy Down Barracks, Worthy Down.
To be responsible for liaising with Communicator and Logspec Troop management in order to manage, monitor and track Apprentices through their trade training to Unit destination
To coordinate learning/progression events for Communicator and Logspec Apprentices, such as Functional Skills sessions, Professional Discussion support and SmartAssessor training
To ensure that supporting business systems, including SmartAssessor system and Maytas updated and maintained accurately as required
Core tasks and responsibilities
Key Tasks and Responsibilities:
Manage and support the administration of Communicator and Logspec Apprentices at the Gibraltar Barracks, Minley, and Worthy Down Barracks, Worthy Down.
Regular liaison and communication with Communicator and Logspec Troop management to manage, monitor and track Apprentices through their trade training to Unit destination
Coordinate learning/progression events for Communicator and Logspec Apprentices, such as Functional Skills sessions, Professional Discussion support and SmartAssessor training
Prepare documentation relating to Ed Branch / ESFA funded learners
Keep accurate records of learners’ start and end dates with the purpose of monitoring that the learners do not exceed their Funding Planned End Date
Undertake learner Inductions to the Apprenticeship programmes, including interaction with the learners to complete the necessary paperwork, including but not exclusive to the learner ILR and the ILP
Create and update Apprentice Personnel files and ensure Course files are in place
Ensure Apprenticeship starts, achievements and leaver paperwork are processed in a timely manner and keeping accurate records (either electronic or paper based, depending on what is more appropriate)
Ensure Maytas MIS system records are updated and maintained accurately as required
Ensure SmartAssessor system are updated and maintained accurately as required
Undertake the formal/contractual Reviews with Apprentices ensuring that they are completed within the appropriate timescales as determined by Ed Branch / ESFA requirements
Ensure learner feedback from Inductions and Reviews are recorded correctly, in a timely manner and feed into the quarterly Learner Feedback report required by the Authority
Liaison with relevant stakeholders and individuals and establish and maintain excellent working relationships within the customer and staff communities, including Heads of Departments, Instructors, Assessors and Skills Coaches
Ensure that all administration tasks relating to the coordination of Apprenticeship programmes are undertaken efficiently, effectively and in a timely manner
Assist in the development and maintenance of systems and procedures for the administration and documentation of Apprenticeship programmes, ensuring that they meet the needs of the Authority, Awarding Bodies, IfATE and external funding agencies, including Ed Branch and the ESFA
Manage Awarding Body registration and certification process, where required, adhering to timelines as indicated
To undertake and assist with internal and external audits, inspections and self-assessment process as appropriate and to adhere the Company quality systems
Attend and contribute to team and other operational meetings, as required and for the dissemination of information and sharing good practise
To be responsible for your own welfare and to adhere to the Company’s Anti-Bribery and Corruption, Equality, Prevention of Harassment & Bullying, Public Disclosure “Whistle-blowing” and Health, Safety and Environmental policies.
Ensure that all statutory responsibilities and Company policies are met with regard to Health and Safety, GDPR, Diversity and Inclusion and other relevant legislation.
To be responsible for your own time and attendance at work.
To keep your work area clean and safe.
To work within the Company’s Quality procedures.
To assist in the control of costs.
To assist your Line Manager to implement change within the department
To undertake agreed training and maintain record of Continuous Professional Development.
To act in a professional manner and in the Company’s best interests at all times.
To undertake/perform other duties associated with this role as required.
Maintain excellent relationships with customer “Point of Contacts”, gaining feedback and minimising any risks.
Maintain positive working relationships with Line Manager.
Maintain positive working relationships with all colleagues.
To communicate honestly with your Line Manager
To achieve deadlines/targets that have been set by your Line Manager.
To be available to be appraised by your immediate Line Manager in a timely manner
To communicate and liaise with all other departments, as required
Training / Competencies
Proficient IT Skills, including use of Microsoft Office systems and applications
In particular, strong Excel skills in order to manipulate and report on data
Proven ability to work within a team and to use initiative to act independently.
Excellent written and verbal communication, problem solving, and organisational skills
Efficient, organised and able to prioritise with a high level of accuracy and attention to detail
Ability to deliver a positive customer service experience
Use of Maytas MIS system
Use of BKSB system for maths and English Initial Assessment and Diagnostic
Use of SmartAssessor e-portfolio
Knowledge and understanding of the delivery of Apprenticeships
Strong and proven Administrative experience
Experience and confidence in a customer facing role with proven ability to deliver a positive customer service experience
Previous experience of administration relating to the delivery of Apprenticeships
Previous experience in working for a Training Provider
Experience of Ofsted and ESFA funding requirements
Experience of using MIS systems and e-portfolios
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Job: LEARNING DELIVERY
Req ID: 2110829