Are you an individual who has grown to be a specialist in your industry yet now wants to pass on your knowledge to educate and inspire the next generation?
Do you only want to pass on your trade to the next generation but also prepare them for the work environment? Maybe your next career path is undertaking an apprenticeship as an Assessor Coach Level 3.
As an Assessor Coach, you will learn to adapt to this dual professional by, not only using your up-to-date professional knowledge and skills to support the professional development of your students, but you will do so in an employer setting.
The profession shall take you to work within the Education and Training Sector in supporting the learner’s development of the vocational subjects and the wider skills that relate to employability and professionalism.
Learn - Earn - Grow
Learn a brand new skill that comes with a UK-recognised qualification.
You are officially an employee of the company so you will also be earning a wage while you learn.
You will not only be learning skills towards a new qualification but growing as an individual by boosting your professional profile within a working environment.
There are no course costs to you personally.
Develop your Maths and English up to level 2 with homework and tutor support to prepare for the final exam (If you have not already achieved this prior to starting the Apprenticeship).
As an apprentice, you will be given 20% of your paid working hours as off-the-job training time. For example, for a 30-hour working week, you could be given 6 hours to complete off-the-job training within the workplace.
You will attend regular coaching sessions with a qualified and industry-experienced Apprenticeship Coach who will conduct remote sessions lasting approximately 1 hour. (During this time, you will be set work to undertake as part of your off-the-job training). At quarterly intervals, you will receive a face-to-face visit to discuss progress and learning with practical activities being reviewed where necessary.
Individual employers may set any entry requirements which may include:
(As a dual professional) - A qualification, at an appropriate level, and relevant up-to-date experience in the candidate’s vocational/subject specialism.
Many candidates will already possess a Level 2 qualification in Assessing. Depending on the specific education and training context, employers (and/or Awarding Organisations) may require candidates without an Assessor qualification, to achieve this prior to completion of their apprenticeship.
End Point Assessment - with an independent assessor
Please note that the End Point Assessment or part of may be conducted remotely and you will be fully supported and prepared to undertake these assessment activities.
The AC may be eligible to progress onto a full teaching role within an education and training provider organisation.