Health & Social Care Trainer Assessor (Part Time)

  • Job Reference: 00001902-1
  • Date Posted: 14 July 2022
  • Recruiter: V Selective Recruitment
  • Website:
  • Location: Nottingham, Nottinghamshire
  • Remote Working: Some remote working possible
  • Salary: £24,000 to £27,500
  • Sector: Assessor / Skills Coach
  • Job Type: Permanent, Part Time

Job Description

Health & Social Care Trainer Assessor
Based: Nottingham with Travel in and around the East Midlands
Part Time - 3 days per week
£24,000 to £27,500 (PRO RATA)


Part Time (3 days per week) role with an award winning training provider who are currently embarking on an exciting period of growth … They operate throughout the East Midlands region, delivering various programmes including Apprenticeships, Employability and Adult Learning.

They are wanting to appoint a Health and Social Care Trainer Assessor who will:

  • Support Health & Social Care and Clinical learners in Care homes, hospitals and with other employers by reviewing and assessing their progress and ensuring they attend appropriate off the job training.
  • To meet the needs of learners from a wide range of backgrounds, ensuring they maximise their potential and achieve the skills, knowledge and competence required to succeed in their role and achieve a relevant qualification.
  • To raise the achievement of all learners, reinforcing the company’s high expectations of learners regardless of their level and results. 
  • Recent, up to date and relevant occupational experience
  • TAQA assessor award or equivalent
  • Driving licence and own transport
Applicants will ideally have:
  • Clinical experience i.e. phlebotomy, infection control, wound care, blood pressure checks, temperature checks and specimen samples
  • Recent experience of working with Apprenticeship Standards and End Point Assessment (Health and Social Care)
  • IQA award or equivalent
  • Competence to deliver Level 5 Clinical Manager/Practitioner Apprenticeships would be desirable but not essential
  • Experience of guiding and supporting people
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