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Brick Layer Lecturer

  • SectorBricklaying
  • LocationNottingham
  • Contract TypeFull-time, Permanent
  • Salary£35-£48k / annual
  • Date Posted24 May 2024
  • ReferenceJS/CD1

Job Description

  • Nottingham
  • Applications have closed

We have an excellent opportunity for Brick Layer Lecturer, to join a college within the Nottingham area.

This is an exciting opportunity for candidates who are passionate about developing and delivering quality teaching to adults. This is a fundamental role that supports adults gain an insight within the construction industry.

Requirements

  • Teach and assess students
  • Have a good working knowledge of the construction industry
  • To plan and deliver training sessions, Health & Safety, CSCS Cards
  • Level 3 Vocational Qualification in Construction (Bricklaying qualification desirable)
  • Delivering training and teaching sessions in line with the programme and schedules
  • Delivering tutoring sessions using adequate teaching techniques to meet the needs of the learners
  • Provide regular feedback to the learners
  • Prepare and plan learning sessions with clear aims and objectives
  • Manage learners attendance timely
  • Provide adequate support and information to the learners
  • Produce regular reports on the quality and progress
  • Provide feedback to the learners
  • Liaising with training staff as appropriate
  • Keeping up-to-date CPD
  • Attending meetings
  • Participate in quality assurance procedures including assessment and internal verification (IQA) of students work
  • Provide well-rounded feedback and meet the requirements and internal compliance and quality processes.

Skills and Experience

The ideal candidate will be passionate about their industry as well as enthusiastic about teaching adults. Essential skills and experience required are:

Relevant qualifications in your trade

  • Experience in teaching adults and/or 16-18s
  • High levels of organisation
  • A commitment to learning and development
  • The ability and initiative to work independently but also thrive in a team environment
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