Assessor for Supporting, Teaching & Learning in PE & School Sport
PURPOSE: Responsibility for the teaching and assessment of QCF and Apprenticeship programmes in Level 2 Supporting Learning in Physical Education and Level 3 Supporting Teaching and Learning in Physical Education and School Sport.
Salary: Competitive freelance rates between £800 – £1100 per portfolio
– a recognised teaching qualification (e.g. Level 3/4 CTLLS; Level 5 DTLLS; Cert Ed; PGCE; or equivalent)
– be a practising physical education specialist (qualified to degree level or equivalent). Possessing a PE degree (of which there are too many to list) would be one way of demonstrating this as would current experience/ knowledge of PE in particular relating to having a good knowledge of PE and School Sport related legislation and strategies, past and present.
– AVA (A1/D32/33)
– A good standard of general education including Maths and English
1) To ensure appropriate planning takes place for individual programmes to incorporate key learning objectives for individuals.
2) To incorporate specific teaching and learning activities into all delivery, whether this be on one to one or group basis.
3) To encourage employer engagement and learner responsibility during on-site visits to the workplace.
4) To assess learners to a particular level of competence within the Apprenticeship programme and to the National Standards.
5) To support learners with portfolio preparation and other advice as appropriate.
6) To manage an agreed caseload of learners and accurately track progress.
7) Develop plans for assessing competence with learners in line with qualification requirements.
8) Judge evidence against criteria to make assessment decisions and provide feedback and support to learners on these decisions.
9) Carry out initial assessment and induction of learners prior to commencement of the learning programme as required, ensuring accurate completion of recruitment and eligibility documentation
10) To participate in reviewing and improving programme systems and procedures.
11) To contribute to securing new business in relation to Apprenticeships within the curriculum area for the company.
12) To attend monthly one to one meetings with the Curriculum Manager.
13) To work with Internal Quality Assurers following sampling of portfolios and during observation visits.
14) To liaise with the Lead Internal Quality Assurer as appropriate and make available and present portfolios for external validation.
15) To promote Apprenticeship awareness within the companies you visit.
16) Be wholly familiar with all relevant codes of practice for QCF programmes and its implications in the delivery of the programme.
17) To be available for staff development and industrial updating as required, to maintain competence.
18) To undertake necessary Health and safety responsibilities and duties as required by this post.
19) To undertake any necessary Data Protection responsibilities and duties as required by the post.
20) Such other duties and projects as required which are broadly consistent with the general functions of this position.