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Library, Information & Archive Specialist Apprenticeship Tutor

Location
4 Berghem Mews, Blythe Road, London, Greater London, W14 0HN
College
LMP Group
Hours
Full Time
Salary
£28,000 - £30,000
Posted
6th September 2022
Start Date
As soon as possible
Expires
19th October 2022 12:00 AM
Contract Type
Permanent
Job ID
1267994
Start date
As soon as possible
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  • Job ID: 1267994

Reports to: Team Leader within Business & Professional Services

Based: Remote

Hours: Full Time- 40hrs pw

Pay: £28,000 - £30,000

Job Purpose

The apprenticeship tutor will run and deliver Library, Information and Archive Specialist apprenticeship programmes across the UK. The role will require the successful candidate to have a good understanding of the delivery of apprenticeship standards and functional skills.

An LMP tutor will inspire and ensure that every person that goes through an apprenticeship programme with us will have an opportunity to thrive and succeed. Tutors will also be responsible for mentoring learners during their work placements and ensuring they are in a safe environment where they can progress and learn.

Responsibilities [The below listed tasks/responsibilities are not exhaustive:]

  • Prepare and produce scheme of work and session plans as directed by the Quality Team. 
  • Deliver Functional Skills qualifications as part of an apprenticeship.
  • Maintain up-to-date and accurate records (e-portfolio and caseload tracker) for each individual learner according to internal procedures.
  • Provide progression, retention and achievement information for the course being taught.
  • Contribute to the self-assessment process which informs continuous improvement.
  • Ensure electronic diaries are kept up to date at all times with detailed appointments. 
  • Any other duty which, from time to time, may reasonably be required to meet the needs of the business.
  • Deliver apprenticeships up to level 3 in Library, Information and Archive Specialist
  • Undertake appropriate initial assessment of learners to ascertain their starting point on the course
  • Assess learner’s performance in the workplace.
  • Work with employers in order to maintain engagement and curriculum sequencing. 
  • Carry out regular progress reviews with learners in order to track progress towards timely completions.
  • Provide on-going information, advice and guidance with learners in order for them to reach their aspirations.
  • Deliver training on 1:1 or group basis – face to face or online
  • Keep up to date with curriculum development in the relevant subject areas.
  • Deliver inclusive and high-quality courses, materials and opportunities to all learners, and actively seek to eliminate any indirect or direct discriminatory practice or behaviours.
  • Comply with the internal quality assurance strategy in order to ensure that assessments are delivered to a high standard.
  • Undertake appropriate training as identified through the observation and line management process.
  • Achieve good levels of compliance by maintaining timely records on Smart Assessor. 

 Experience

  • Occupational competence of a minimum of 3 years in a library or archive setting.
  • Ideally at least 3 years' experience of working in an educationa training and development environment.
  • Proven knowledge of effective teaching, learning and assessment practices to engage learners.
  • Ability to support and motivate learners through difficult and challenging times.
  • Ideally hold a TAQA Assessors qualification or equivalent i.e. A1/D32/D33.
  • Excellent time management skills and ability to manage own diary.
  • Degree educated within either the Business or Education industry, desirable.
  • Ideally, at least five years’ experience of working in an education training and development environment
  • Experience of managing the full learner journey; initial assessment, IAG, diagnostic, teaching-learning-assessment, including classroom and 1:1 delivery.
  • Experience of using e-portfolio systems e.g., SMART Assessor.

Confidentiality

The post holder must maintain the confidentiality of information about clients, staff and other LMP stakeholders. Some work is of a confidential nature and information gained must not be communicated to other persons except in the recognised course of duty. The post holder must always meet the requirements of the General Data Regulation Act.

Safeguarding, Prevent & Equal Opportunities

The LMP Group are committed to anti-discrimination and equal opportunities for all. We are equally committed to Safer Recruitment Policies, Safeguarding, the Prevent Duty and promoting the welfare of children, young people and adults. To achieve our commitment, we will ensure continuous development and improvement of robust safeguarding processes and procedures that promote a culture of safeguarding amongst our staff and volunteers.

Pre-employment checks

Please be aware that upon a successful offer of employment the company completes digitalized right-to-work checks and DBS applications via an external provider - Vetting.Com

The company also completes an internal online social media search, in line with Keeping Children Safe in Education guidance. 

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Safeguarding Statement:

Let Me Play Limited is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children, young people and vulnerable adults and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment.We particularly welcome applications from under represented groups including ethnicity, gender, transgender, age, disability, sexual orientation or religion.