Duties and Responsibilities:
- Be responsible for enhancing the quality of the generic curriculum at all levels through carrying out quality assurance activities.
- Demonstrate and disseminate innovation and best practice in teaching, learning and assessment across all levels of the generic curriculum helping to ensure that very high standards of teaching, assessment IAG, and any other interaction are achieved and that standards are continually challenged for improvement.
- Carry out observations of all learner interactions and focus on generic programmes at all levels ensuring that each teaching assessor has in place a robust development plan with clear targets set to support continuous improvement
- Achieve the required standard of lesson observations and improve the overall grading profile
- Support and develop teaching assessors to use appropriate teaching, learning and assessment methods to inform planning, ensuring that learning and teaching goals are attained and achievement is appropriately recorded
- Ensure all learners receive the support they require to meet their individual learning needs and are provided with appropriate stretch and challenge to meet their full potential and are fully prepared for end point assessment achieving their highest possible grade.
- Working in collaboration with the Personal Development, Behaviour and Welfare Officer, lead on the embedding of equality and diversity and individualised learning across the generic curriculum areas
- Working in collaboration with the Personal Development, Behaviour and Welfare Officer, lead on the embedding of British Values, Safeguarding/Prevent, PDBW across the generic curriculum areas
- Working in collaboration with the Advanced Teaching and Learning Practitioner (Functional Skills) lead on the embedding and promotion of English and maths across all generic curriculum areas and improve both the percentage pass rate of Functional English and Maths and also challenge all learners to achieve the highest level they can.
- Address individual generic qualification teaching assessor performance issues which are deemed to be below the required standards and if necessary engage with their line managers to support the resolution of identified areas of concern together and through providing CPD/coaching and mentoring.
- Assessor Award
- Teaching qualification such as a Diploma in Education and Training or equivalent or working towards either PGCE, Cert Ed, DTLLS
- Extensive experience in a teaching, learning and assessment role within the adult/further education/work-based learning sector
- Experience of Apprenticeships provision
- Due to the travel required applicants must hold a full driving licence and have full access to their own vehicle
- IQA qualification
- Experience of working within the Higher Education sector
- Subject specialist qualification in English/Mathematics
All Roles will require a satisfactory DBS Disclosure check due to the nature of the work to be undertaken.
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