Warehousing Employability Tutor

Job Description

Warehousing Employability Tutor (Derby / Nottingham / Chesterfield)

Salary: Negotiable up to £29k

INTRO

Opportunity to join an award winning training provider as Warehousing Employability Tutor, where you will deliver 2 week courses that provides learners with the correct tools to find a job in the ever changing, popular modern warehouse sector.

The course involves a Level 1 Certificate in Employability, Principles of Warehousing, Health & Safety in the work place, Interview support and CV guidance.

As a Tutor you will plan, prepare and teach Warehousing units and level 1 and 2 employability programmes to a variety of learners aged 16+. Supporting and developing learners to gain qualifications and experience that will enhance their further education and/or career prospects and support them into work.

The role can be based from either Derby, Chesterfield or Nottingham and will involve working /  teaching across all 3 centres ... so a Car and Driving License are essential. 

CANDIDATE PROFILE

Ideally we are seeking someone with experience of Warehouse / Logistics training, who meets the following criteria:

  • Experience and qualifications within the warehousing and logistics sector
  • Hold or willing to work towards a teaching qualification PTTLS or equivalent
  • Hold or willing to work towards an assessing qualification
  • Ability to deliver engaging and inspiring sessions to learners of different levels
  • Ability to motivate and encourage learner participation
  • Experience in teaching post-16 learners

THE ROLE

  • Plan and deliver Warehousing and Employability sessions up to Level 2 in a classroom environment
  • Prepare and review session plans, schemes of work and teaching and learning materials using initial assessments and marked work to take into account the learners individual needs
  • Improve learners experience through development of teaching methods and strategies
  • Embed Equality and Diversity in the curriculum
  • Prepare learners for examinations to gain the appropriate qualifications
  • Continually monitor and review learners’ progress and support through tutorials
  • Assist in the writing, design and development of curriculum 
  • Monitor attendance, punctuality and progress.
  • Consistently deliver a ‘good’ or ‘outstanding’ standard of teaching and learning
  • Accurately complete all relevant paperwork in line with awarding bodies
  • Offer IAG on further learning and progression opportunities
  • Progress candidates into work, Traineeships, Apprenticeships or into further education