Specialist/Technical Skills Instructors (Civil Engineering), TUCA, Ilf

Prospects College of Advanced Technology (PROCAT)
28774.00 - 32884.00 GBP Annual
03 Aug 2017
31 Aug 2017
Contract Type
Full Time

Job Purpose: To develop courses and deliver outstanding teaching and learning ensuring all learners meet or exceed their predicted outcomes

Key Responsibilities:

  • To plan, prepare and deliver lessons which meet the Ofsted criteria for 'Good' or better including the development of relevant resources
  • To ensure accurate assessment and progressive feedback of learners' work against criteria
  • To develop courses that meet the needs of all stakeholders with effective mapping of student and apprentice pathways
  • Create, maintain and analyse accurate data in relation to learners.
  • Produce effective, accurate and current records to ensure that all parties are clear where each learner is at any given time and how to progress further
  • To ensure learners are engaged and motivated to learn through active teaching and learning strategies that are learner-centric at all times
  • To respond to and support students' additional needs with referral on to appropriate parties
  • To embed and promote British Values and support and respond sensitively and empathically to student disclosures, observing confidentiality where appropriate and referring appropriately in the case of safeguarding.

Quality Measures / Outputs:

  • Achievement of key performance indicators as directed by Programme Manager (achievement, pass rates, retention and attendance)
  • Observations/learning walks are at required standard or above
  • Learner satisfaction at 90% or above with a clear understanding of the benefits of obtaining the skills relevant to the course
  • A range of courses developed and ready to promote showing pathway routes internally and externally

How outputs will be achieved:

  • Develop all lesson plans and associated resources ensuring planning for individualised learning takes place which in-turn leads to the delivery of active and engaged learning
  • Fully implement tracking systems, monitor and complete, sharing with all stakeholders to ensure that learners understand fully what needs to happen to achieve and exceed their targets
  • To complete reviews/progression data/registers and any other associated reports to inform both internally and externally in a timely way
  • Plan and deliver appropriate assessments in accordance with awarding body criteria and work related outcomes
  • Work with associated parties to ensure that where support is in place this is highlighted within planning and shared in a timely manner to enable students to exceed their aspirations.
  • Embed English, maths, ICT into planning and delivery working with vocational areas to ensure learning is relevant
  • Working alongside relevant stakeholders, develop a range of courses that meet the needs and are financially viable
  • Participate and fully engage in CPD working on identified areas for improvement as evidenced through learning walks, observations and college areas for improvement

Specific skills:

  • Min L3 NVQ trade Qualification, Knowledge of Framework, Teaching Qualification, 5 experience, AI/VI.
  • Demonstrate a broad range of technical knowledge and experience within Civil Engineering/Surveying and related construction trades.
  • Understanding of the principles of project management would be an advantage
  • Experience of delivering BTEC, & C&G NVQ qualifications.

The post holder should embody our core values of Professionalism, Equality, Integrity and Accountability. Applicants will be required during the interview process to demonstrate how their skills/competencies meet the requirements for the role, and how they share our core values.