Apprenticeship Assessor (Engineering)

Training & Development Advisor - Midlands Home Based with travel | Permanent, Full Time| Start ASAP Competitive salaries and excellent benefits including 1 day’s paid leave each year to undertake volunteering opportunitiesThe Manufacturers' Organisation | Make UKEstablished in 1896, Make UK is the employee’s platform for all those in the Manufacturing industry.

They champion and celebrate British Manufacturing and Manufacturers, bringing people together to build upon the evolution of a growing industry, providing a large range of support services to its members.The RoleWe have an exciting opportunity for a passionate Training & Development Advisor to join our growing education team at Make UK.

This role will see you visit a number of our client sites across the UK supporting on the training and development of young engineers into the industry.

This role would suit an experienced engineering assessor who has a background monitoring and assessing learners.

Applications are also very welcome from individuals interested in the role coming from an industry background.

Most client sites are based in the Midlands, those in this region will be best located for travel.Main Responsibilities

Manage the achievement of learners to meet the ‘Individual’s Learning Plan’ targets.
Maintain monitoring visits/Learner reviews on a frequency that does not extend outside 10 weeks.
To monitor, review and assess learners, ensuring they have access and opportunity to achieve the requirements of the standards set out in their individual learning plans.
To assess learners progress by various means of assessment and provide progress feedback and progress reports to learners and managers, to include identifying where appropriate learners at risk.
To provide learners, colleagues, parents and employers with timely, accurate and constructive feedback on learners’ achievement, progress and areas for development that aids the learner’s progress.
To ensure the health and safety of learners and staff is paramount with the Centre’s health and safety policy.
To maintain learner records such as Section Tracking, MIS Database, Section Reports etc.

as required.
Review and record vocational achievements against Standards.
Liaise with all stakeholders to ensure successful completion of development competence/NVQ, Functional Skills and Technical Certificate, as appropriate.
Carry out monitoring of provision through quality audit in accordance with schedules.
Maintain ‘Continuous Personal Development’, keeping up to date with professional, lead and awarding body standards.
Support Learners and employers with End point assessment.


Level 4 Qualification within Engineering, National Certificate or higher or NVQ Level 3 in skills specific area
Industrial engineering background is essential, combined with knowledge of the current industry and best practice standards.
Previous experience in a similar role including assessment of learning plans within engineering is desirable.
Assessor Qualifications A1 and V1 would be advantageous
Good presentation and communication skills
Good IT Skills and great attention to detail


37.5 hour week, full-time.
Core Hours are Monday to Thursday, 8:00-16:30 and Friday 08:00-13:30.
Autonomy to manage your own diary – Note: Working hours may vary to accommodate learner’s availability
Pension 4-8% matched contribution
26 Days Annual Leave + Bank Holidays – Note: Not in-line with academic calendar
Progression and development opportunities including support with qualifications
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With over 125 years of experience, Make UK is a leading provider of essential business support and a champion for manufacturing industry in the UK.

Make UK has the close ear of Government and is a trusted provider of essential services for world leading manufacturing companies across the country.

Everything we do is designed to inspire British manufacturers to compete, innovate and grow.Make UK staff enjoy a good benefits package and values a diverse workforce and welcomes applications from all sections of the community.

Benefits to include, but not limited to:, no bank holiday/weekend work, flexible hours, health cover, matched pension contributions up to 8%, and life assurance.

We are committed to supporting the Armed Forces Community and we recognise the contribution that Service personnel, both regular and reservist, veterans and military families make to our organisation and have pledged to support this by signing up to the Armed Forces Covenant.To apply, please submit your CV to Kerry at Insignis Talent – Due to volume of applications, if you do not hear back within 5 working days please assume that you have been unsuccessful at this time.

  • Location: West Midlands, England
  • Salary: £31000 - £35000 per annum
  • Type: Permanent
  • Recruiter: STR Group Limited
  • Posted: 17-Aug-2023
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