Anglesey, Isle of Anglesey
Up to £30122.41 per annum
8 months ago
Workplace Trainer - Mechanical B6T
£30,122.41 Per Annum
About the role
My client are looking to recruit a Workplace Trainer - Mechanical to carry out competency-based technical training and assessment for aviation maintenance and inspection personnel in support of the Hawk T2 (AJT) contract. Supporting the establishment of the capability and capacity of the T2 Training Cell in support of providing SQEP personnel to Operational Managers across multiple shift patterns. Support the Training Cell Lead in continuous improvement of all work processes whilst ensuring that the health, safety and welfare at work of all employees is maintained as far as is reasonably practical.
Duties & Responsibilities
Undertake duties of On the Job Training (OJT) Assessor relevant to trade
Establish and maintain register of nominated OJT Supervisors and Assessors
Carry out other training duties, practical assessments and debriefs appropriate to grade/trade
Ensure training records are accurate and accessible
Establish and maintain visual management processes to support training and development of personnel
Establish and maintain configuration control for learning materials
Assist with Task Book development
Maintain instructional standards and procedures to reflect best practice
Support wider learning and development activities/projects for the Hawk T2 contract
Manage training resources (including facilities and equipment) to ensure availability, security and suitability before and after use
Liaise with Part 147 staff in respect of NVQ progression/Apprentice Program
What do I need to do the role?
You'll need extensive maintenance experience on Hawk aircraft (or similar type) and held a recognised teaching qualification (at Level 3 or above) or a recognised Train the Trainer Course covering Basic Instructional Techniques.
Would also like you to hold the following:
Hold an appropriate aviation based qualification (to a recognised standard) e.g. HNC/ONC/BTEC/C&G/NVQ level 3 in an engineering discipline
OJT Trainer and Assessor' Trained
Extensive knowledge of MAA regulations and documentation (including Part 145 and Part 147)
Knowledge and use of IT Operating Systems (MS Office Suite
If you are interested in this role and have the suitable skills and experience please feel free to apply, If you have any further questions please contact John Ward on 0161 707 1516.