Trainer and Assessor
About Us: METS is a leading Registered Training Organisation (RTO Code 91018) providing nationally accredited qualifications within the community services sector. Our qualified and experienced trainers understand the needs and demands of the sector, delivering quality training through innovative and creative approaches to uphold the integrity of the qualification and allow our students and employers to develop to their full potential. METS is a division of Disability Service Australia.
We are urgently seeking qualified contract trainers with qualifications and experience in the delivery of the following qualifications: CHC33015 Certificate III Individual Support (Disability) CHC43115 Certificate IV in Disability. About Your Role: This role entails visiting learners to deliver face-to-face training in their workplace. As our Trainer and Assessor, you will deliver engaging industry relevant training and assessments to our learners obtains qualifications in Disability.
Effective communication skills will be essential as you build relationships with the learners and services that you support. We offer short courses in our training rooms and in the workplace. Opportunities for classroom delivery may also become available.
Key Responsibilities: Induct learners into the qualification, skill set or short course, which may include workplace traineeships. Offer training and assistance for the units the learners are undertaking. Provide tutorial support to learners.
Observe and document practical skills demonstrated by learners. Conduct assessment sessions and mark assessment answers. Essential Requirements: Relevant qualifications, experience and industry currency in the area that is being trained and assessed.
Vocational qualifications equivalent and/or above what is being delivered TAE 40116 Certificate IV in Training and Education or TAE 40110 including TAELLN411 and TAEASS502 units Demonstrated experience in vocational education and training Knowledge, understanding and commitment to the Standards for Registered Training Organisations (RTOs) 2015 and the Australian Qualifications Framework (AQF) Be able to assist with validation, mapping and developing some assessment materials Hold a current Working with Children Check (or able to get one) Own reliable transport and Drivers Licence How You Can Apply: If you are interested in applying, please hit the APPLY button now. To work at METS, the successful applicant must undergo a Police Record Check and provide a NSW Working with Children Check verification number. METS is an EEO employer with a diverse workforce.
We encourage applications from all members of the community. METS appreciates the time and effort candidates have taken to submit their applications however, please note only short listed candidates will be contacted. No agencies please.