Creative Sport & Leisure specialises in Apprenticeships and work-based learning, specifically within Active Leisure, Learning and Well-being. At Creative Sport & Leisure we believe in life-long learning within this sector, sport and active leisure is a career choice that is sometimes overlooked by some other professions. We believe that our sector is just as important as any other and should consist of reliable, trained professionals with the expertise to perform to the highest possible standard. In order to achieve this, we believe we have the best expertise in order to support those wishing to be professionals in achieving their life long ambitions.
We are currently recruiting for a Tutor Assessor on a temporary basis.
The role of Tutor/Assessor provides academic and pastoral support to learners to enable them to successfully complete their programme of study, including PE in School Sports (PESS), Activity Leadership, Employment Awareness and Functional Skills Maths and English.
To work with learners, employers and colleagues to ensure that learners are on the correct programme
To ensure that learners make progress in line with, or above, expectations
To ensure timely completion of learners
To ensure that all paperwork, documentation and EMS are completed accurately, competently and in a timely way
To ask for, and offer, support to colleagues to ensure consistency and a progressive culture
Quality Measures / Outputs:
Accuracy and timeliness of sign-up paperwork, initial assessments, marking of work, monitoring learner progress, reviews, close-down paperwork
Timeliness of learner completions
Retention, achievement and success rates
Learner attendance and punctuality
How outputs will be achieved:
Work collaboratively with colleagues to share best practice, ask for and offer support, and to co-ordinate learner visits/observations
By working closely with the Operations Team, to ensure that learners are eligible, signed-up, registered and claimed in a timely way
By liaising closely with the Professional Standards Team (Learner Services and Bursary) to ensure that appropriate support is put in place for learners
By liaising closely with the Maths and English Team to ensure that relevant learners are engaged with at the start of their programmes, and continue to develop their skills until successful completion of examinations
Plan engaging and inspirational lessons/activities which are wholly relevant to learners’ employment, and fulfil the requirements of the Common Inspection Framework
By utilising e-resources, such as EMS and GoTo, to ensure that an effective blended learning package is delivered
Engage effectively with employers to ensure that appropriate support and encouragement is provided in the workplace, including the 20%+ of time for off-the-job training
Liaise closely with the Training Manager to complete a weekly review of learner progress, to RAG rate and to agree interventions where required
Safeguarding responsibilities (all staff)
To take responsibility for safeguarding and promoting the welfare of young people
To be familiar and act in accordance with CSL’s safeguarding policies and procedures
Ensure that CSL provides a safe, fair and respectful work and learning environment
Successful candidates will be expected to embrace the values of the organisation namely; Unity, Integrity and Collaboration.
CSL will not share your data with third parties, unless your application for employment is successful and we make you an offer of employment. CSL will then share your data with former employers to obtain references for you, and the Disclosure and Barring Service to obtain necessary criminal record checks.
This job vacancy is a maternity contract for up to one year, based in our Bolton office.