Main Purpose of job:

To support external students through to the successful conclusion of their chosen training programme, up to level 3

To impart occupational skills to the students to the level expected in their training programme

To assess students for competence in their qualification as required by the awarding body

To ensure students complete their training programme on target as agreed with the recruitment consultant and student, as detailed on the Individual Learning Plan

To achieve all personal targets set on time


Responsibilities, duties and tasks:

To agree an individual training programme with each student, and monitor this to ensure that the student is working to the targets agreed

To ensure that students understand their right and responsibilities with regard to their qualification

To correctly interpret standards for NVQ, Key Skills and Technical Certificate qualifications

To train, or arrange training for students to ensure they have sufficient competence to successfully complete their training programme

To use appropriate lesson plans for teaching as determined by the Training Manager

To identify valid, reliable and sufficient evidence to enable students to complete their NVQ

To identify and address gaps in achievement

To maintain a record of progress and achievement for each student

To ensure that all students have equal and fair access to the assessment process

To give constructive feedback on achievement and performance to students

To meet regularly for standardisation and training with other Assessors and/or Internal Verifiers

To carry out other standardisation activities as may reasonably be expected by the Lead Internal Verifier


General Responsibilities

To maintain personal and professional development and CPD to meet awarding body and contract requirements, and the changing demands of the job

To undertake such other duties, training and/or hours of work as may be reasonably required and which are consistent with the general level of responsibility of the job

To undertake health and safety duties commensurate with the job role and/or as detailed in the staff handbook

To present a good image of Heart of England Training in all contacts, and to maintain constructive relationships

To apply the company’s safeguarding policy and practices

To support the company in ensuring compliance with the requirements of the Data Protection Act and GDPR

To undertake the duties described in this job description in a manner that promotes equality of opportunity, dignity and due respect for all employees, students and other contacts and is consistent with the company’s Equal Opportunities Policy

To be aware of and follow the guidelines issued by DCSF under the Every Child Matters Policy

We offer full training and support, a competitive salary plus bonus with increase after 6 months after successful probationary period. Monday – Friday, 9am – 4:30pm working hours (FT), travel expenses, company pension scheme, health care scheme, 33 days holiday allowance (FT inc bank holidays) rising to 38 days after ‘time served’ period (PT holidays Pro Rata) and on-going development opportunities. This role is advertised as a Part Time position and working days would be Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday.

Apply with a CV and covering statement to:

Sheila Fretter
Heart of England Training
Temple Buildings
Railway Terrace
CV21 3EN
or email:

Heart of England Training is committed to the safeguarding of learners and expects applicants to share this commitment.

Heart of England Training is an equal opportunities employer.

Due to the volume of applications received, if you do not hear back from us within two weeks from the closing date then unfortunately your application has been unsuccessful on this occasion. Please note, as part of our commitment to data protection legislation (GDPR) we do not hold applications on file. For more information on how we process your personal data visit: