Part-time Associate Tutor/Assessor in Accounting (Apprenticeships), North Yorkshire

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Craven CollegeNorth Yorkshire

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Contract type: Part Time
Salary: Part-time Associate Tutor/Assessor payment is based on a specific caseload
Contract term: Temporary

We are looking for an enthusiastic individual to deliver and assess NVQ/Diplomas/Apprenticeships both in the workplace and/or on College sites to meet delivery and quality assurance requirements.



To deliver Apprenticeships both in the workplace and/or on College sites to meet delivery and quality assurance requirements.  To ensure that target setting and monitoring of students leads to timely achievement of the qualification and/or Standard.   


• To manage a caseload of Apprenticeship/Diploma candidates and be responsible for monitoring candidates’ progress throughout the programme of study, liaising with Assessors, Internal Verifiers and employers to ensure timely achievement;

• To coach, train and instruct candidates either within college or in the work-place to meet qualification/Standard aims, assessing where required;  

• To agree and review an individual learning plan with candidates;  

• To provide relevant underpinning knowledge related to qualification/Standard;  

• To identify opportunities for candidates to demonstrate competence and collect evidence;  

• To identify valid and sufficient sources of evidence to meet quality standards; 

• To be responsible for monitoring candidates’ progress throughout the programmes of study, liaising with the Internal Verifier and identifying issues and interventions to ensure timely achievement; 

• To identify gaps in competence and provide constructive development plans;  

• To negotiate individual action plans with candidates and employers; 

• To carry out efficient administrative procedures, and to keep up-to-date records and paperwork, in line with quality assurance procedures, self-assessment, and internal verification policy; 

• To keep abreast of new developments in the field, to contribute to the introduction of new approaches in the curriculum area and to share best practice across different curriculum areas; 

• To liaise effectively with the Head of School/Line Manager, other assessors, management and staff within the College, and employers to deliver and evaluate an effective programme; 

• To attend and actively participate in regular course team, standardisation meetings and meetings with internal verifiers, external verifiers and awarding bodies, as requested by the Head of School/Line Manager; 

• To undertake Continuing Professional Development (CPD) in line with College policies and    maintain occupational competence;  

• To participate in the College’s appraisal scheme in line with College Policy;  

• To seek ideas, consult with colleagues and introduce innovative ways to embed the accurate and consistent use of English and Mathematics’ skills within planned learning and classroom environment as appropriate;  

• You will ensure maximum engagement by your students in English and Maths, resulting in English and Maths success rates of at least the national average for 16/17; 

• To be pro-active, where appropriate, in developing links with industry and other agencies;  

• You will be expected to be fully conversant with and implement the College’s range of safeguarding policies and procedures, to ensure the health, safety and welfare of all learners and staff; 

• To ensure that interaction with learners is inclusive, fosters good relations between different groups of people, pays attention to specific needs identified through assessment, and being mindful of cultural or gender differences; 

• Any other duties commensurate with grade and status as may reasonably be requested.   

Closing Date:   Thursday 17 August 2017 - midday

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More about Craven College
Phase: Further Education
Gender: Mixed
Age Range: 16+ years
Denomination: Non-denominational
Address: High Street, Skipton, North Yorkshire, BD23 1JY, United Kingdom
Telephone: +44 1756 791411