Skills Coach in Adult Social Care – Hull College Group – Kingston upon Hull

Hull College Group

Skills Coach in Adult Social Care

Skills Coach – Adult Social Care

Hull

Salary: £27,859 FTE. £13,929.50 exact per annum plus market weighting, to be agreed based on skills and experience.

Fixed Term Contract until 31st August 2024

18.5 hours per week, 52 weeks per year

As our Skills Coach – Adult Social Care, you are required to maintain their understanding of apprenticeships and work within the funding criteria.

The post holder will be expected to train, review, assess, monitor and track learners working in the relevant vocational field according to a defined and clear delivery model.

The Skills Coach – Adult Social Care will deliver learning, training, coaching and assessment to meet the needs of employers and learners and to the standards set by awarding bodies or end point assessment organisations.

This role will also be required to undertake Internal Verification duties.

Hull College provides high-quality education & training for school leavers & adults, offering a wide range of vocational study programmes, Apprenticeships & degrees.

As one of the largest vocational institutes of its kind in the region, we have one focus – to create careers, not courses. We pride ourselves on this approach & are committed to ensuring our learners acquire the relevant skills, knowledge, attitudes & experience to progress in life, whether that is to seek employment in the industry of their choice or step up to higher education & university.

While dedicated to delivering the very best experiences to our learners, we also extend the same commitment to our staff. We have worked hard to create an environment where all of our staff, no matter what their role, are empowered to inspire & support our vision to create better futures for the people of Hull.

Responsibilities of our Skills Coach – Adult Social Care:

To work alongside the business development team in supporting the growth of the provision.

To ensure that all records are compliant and in line with the apprenticeship funding rules.

To use the college IT systems as directed and promote the use of digital skills with colleagues and apprentices.

To adhere to apprenticeship processes which contribute to the overall achievement rates of the college. 

To provide an inclusive learning environment and programme, embedding enrichment activities through-out their curriculum planning.

Provide a curriculum in partnership with an employer where applicable.

Provide appropriate information, careers advice and guidance on work-based programmes to learners, employers, agencies and prospective learners.

Maintain the highest standards when representing the college with employers leading to repeat ‘business’.

Contribute to regional and cross-regional promotional events and local college open events as required.

Deliver learning, training, coaching and assessment to meet the needs of employers and learners and to the standards set by awarding bodies or end point assessment organisations.

Review and monitor learner progress against the contract, standard, ensuring completion and achievement of all elements including Functional Skills to ensure the standard is achieved or end point assessment is taken and passed timely.

To provide individualise programmes to meet the needs of employers to ensure learners develop new skills, knowledge and behaviours.

Embed Functional Skills into delivery to ensure all learners are stretched and challenged appropriately and develop English and Maths skills.

Ensure apprentices make timely progress against FS targets.

Participate as a full member of the programme team and contribute to the development, promotion, review and delivery of programmes including standardisation meetings and self-assessment.

Cross market Hull College provision to employers/employees in relation to workplace learning and full cost recovery.

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