About this role
Ready to take the next step in your career? Then look no further!
It’s easier than you think to become an adult care apprenticeship trainer – no experience in training or teaching necessary.
We’re currently recruiting in Kent, apply today!
To apply for the role, you’ll need:
- At least four years of experience within the adult care sector, plus:
- To teach lower-level apprenticeships: at least one year in a supervisory position.
- To teach mid-level apprenticeships: at least one year in a supervisory position with responsibility for care assessments.
- To teach higher-level apprenticeships: at least two years of care management experience.
- A passion and drive to help train the future stars in the industry.
- Good maths and English skills – although further support will be provided if necessary.
- Good IT skills with a working level of knowledge of Word, Excel, PowerPoint and Google Drive.
- Willing to undertake training and professional development within the role.
- Great organisational and self-management skills.
About the role
At Connect2Care you get the best of both worlds – building lasting relationships within the industry you love, whilst getting your work/life balance back on track.
Working with your learners, you will experience a sense of fulfilment and responsibility proud in the knowledge that you work for one of the leading providers of training and apprenticeships in the industry. Here at Connect2Care, a variety of training and development opportunities are available to you, allowing you to progress your career as an expert in your field, taking your rich experience in a new direction. We give our people the time and effort they deserve to ensure they stick with us and get the most from their work life.
A typical day could include:
- Shaping the learning experience of your apprentice throughout the duration of their course.
- Marketing the organisation and its qualification offering to employers and learners.
- Signing learners onto apprenticeships and other qualifications.
- Ordering information, advice and guidance and carrying out initial assessments to identify learner needs.
- Completing and maintaining all regulatory and financial paperwork.
- Regularly visiting learners, and their employers, at their workplaces or online.
- Progressing learners through their qualifications through observation, work product, written evidence, professional discussions and other methods.
- Mentoring and coaching learners with varying barriers to learning.
- Taking part in continuous professional development, including completion of own qualifications.
Why work at C2C
- An expert in your industry who is motivated by developing others?
- Eager to work for a company which gives you a great work/life balance?
- Looking for an alternative career path in the sector you love?
- Interested in working for a market leader and Sunday Times Top 100 Companies to work for winner?
We understand the industry
- 90% employer satisfaction
- Industry experienced trainers
- Nationwide coverage
- Bespoke training
- Graded ‘Good’ by OFSTED
- Skills for Care Centre of Excellence