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JOBS AND CAREERS WITH AVCL

Jobs at Aytun Vocational College London are often demanding but also fulfilling. Employment opportunities in our organisation vary from teaching and training to finance and human resources.

These jobs are concerned with preserving the integrity of our academic institution and maintaining the wellbeing of our learners and students.

Aytun vocational College London offers many opportunities for professionalisation at a variety of experience levels.

Although some have predicted that Brexit is a threat to the UK education sector, the UK has a strong history of winning competitive funding from the EU. Moreover, the UK often wins grants from the European Research Council, which helps to fund a large number of UK research projects.

 

Despite having a mere 1% of the world’s population, the UK remains competitive in attracting international students. Brexit poses challenges for the education sector, but education should remain stable as long as the UK remains competitive for funding.

There are many advantages of working in the education sector. A few of the most notable include:

  • Exposure to Multiple Perspectives: Jobs in education tend to expose employees to a wide variety of perspectives and many different opinions.

  • Stable Schedule: Employees in the education sector can rely on a reliable work schedule with stable hours and little overtime.

  • Personal Fulfilment: Employees directly impact the future of the UK and have a chance to instil knowledge in large groups of the population.

  • Interpersonal Interactions: Those that choose to enter the education sector develop close relationships with their coworkers, students, and academic community.

Experience is the quickest way to increase your income in this profession. By consciously focusing on a few key skills you can quickly increase your worth within the education sector, below are 8 skills to consider:

  1. Adaptability: Education techniques constantly change, so a professional in the education sector must express a willingness to alter techniques and implement new approaches to education.

  2. Dedication: Although the education sector’s work schedule is typically straight forward, employees should demonstrate dedication to their field by preparing and researching outside of the regular work week.

  3. Communication: Employees in education must be able to clearly articulate knowledge and be able to gauge understanding of knowledge.

  4. Creativity: While many can educate, creative approaches to teaching and pedagogical implementation distinguish the strongest employees in the education sector.

  5. Enthusiasm: Employees in the education sector should experience the passion for their occupation and motivate others to achieve success.

  6. Management: In order to excel in education, an employee should be able to manage a variety of tasks and convey ideas in a coherent manner.

  7. Knowledge: Those working in the education sector must demonstrate expansive knowledge within their field and be able to convey this knowledge to others.

  8. Organisation: Employees working in the education sector must be highly organised in order to manage a variety of tasks and facilitate learning.

 

To know what types of vacancies we have please see below:

As one of the leading providers of Diploma, NVQ, QCF, RQF & Functional Skills in London, we specialise in providing the Health and Social Care (Adult Care) Apprenticeships and can be found on the Register of Apprenticeship Providers (RoATP) working with dozens of Levy and Non-Levy Paying Organisations.

We are currently recruiting Teachers, Assessors, Trainers, Tutors and Internal Quality Assurers / Internal Verifiers specifically in the field of Health and Social Care or Adult Care, to supplement our workforce, due to an influx of new contracts,

 

If you believe you have the passion and experience to join our team; send your CV now!

 

***Please ensure have at least A1 Certification (Qualified Assessor), hold at least a PTLLS and have a minimum Level 3 Health and Social Care Qualification.*** or equivalent

 

There are Temporary , Permanent , Part-Time , Full-Time and Freelance opportunities available.

 

Starting Salaries from £18,000 up to £35,000

 

Your CV will be reviewed and screened by our HR team who will then contact you for an interview.

 

Please see below for job description:

Job Description

 

Salary: Starting from £18,000

 

Lead/Management (experienced) roles up to £30,000

 

Working Hours: up to 39 hours a week

 

Requirements: You'll need to have worked in industry and have a minimum of a level 3 qualification in the job area you plan to assess. You'll also need an assessing qualification, for example:

  • Level 3 Award in Assessing Competence in the Work Environment - for assessing in the workplace

  • Level 3 Award in Assessing Vocationally-Related Achievement - for assessing outside the workplace

  • Level 3 Certificate in Assessing Vocational Achievement - for assessing both, in the workplace and outside the workplace

 

You'll also need to:

  • have a driving licence

  • pass enhanced background checks, as you may be working with children and vulnerable adults Skills and knowledge

You'll need:

  • knowledge of teaching and the ability to design courses

  • patience and the ability to remain calm in stressful situations

  • to enjoy working with other people

  • customer service skills

  • sensitivity and understanding

  • excellent verbal communication skills

  • the ability to work well with others

  • to be flexible and open to change

  • being able to use a computer terminal or hand-held device.

 

Day-to-Day Tasks:

 

You'll help make sure trainees/learners meet occupational standards.

Your day-to-day tasks will include:

  • planning and delivering vocational training programmes and workshops

  • observing and assessing candidates in their workplace

  • interviewing candidates and examining their portfolios of evidence

  • providing feedback and offering advice

  • signing off the award when all requirements are met

  • keeping records of candidates' progress

  • attending meetings with other assessors

  • working closely with training staff and candidates' managers

 

Working environment

 

You will be training or teaching in the employers training rooms and have access to our London offices.

 

Job Types: Full-time, Part-time, Temporary, Contract, Permanent

Salary: £18,000.00 to £35,000.00 /year

Application Questions

  • How many years of Teaching or Assessing experience do you have?

  • What is the highest level of education you have completed?

  • Do you have the following licence or certification: Driving License?

  • Do you have the following licence or certification: Functional Skills Level 2?

  • Do you have the following licence or certification: Health & Social Care Level 3?

  • Do you have the following licence or certification: Level 3 Award or Certificate in Assessing?