Join our Team!
We have some exciting opportunities available at Barking and Dagenham College!
We are looking for motivated, learner- centered and outstanding Head of Apprenticeships, who can inspire staff, have a flexible and creative approach to their work; and foster the development of excellent technical learning and entrepreneurial skills.
In this pivotal role you will manage all the functions relating to Apprenticeships through the College managing agency, to manage the work placed learning and contracted Apprenticeships.
Line managing the Lead IQA(s), administrative staff and assessors who are carrying out on site assessment and monitoring of learners, you will ensure the smooth operation of work based learning and work place learning throughout the College, enabling us to achieve college targets for learner recruitment and learner success within the areas of responsibility.
Educated to Degree level or equivalent, as well as holding a Leadership and management qualification, you could be our ideal candidate! A Certificate of Education/PGCE or relevant teaching/training qualification would also be an advantage.
Having an understanding of awarding body internal verification and external verification requirements is essential, and the ability to analyse trend data and labour market information, and make useful recommendations to inform curriculum offer, makes you an ideal candidate.
If you are passionate about success, can inspire colleagues and peers to senior management level, have excellent communication skills, and are tech-savvy with the ability to use technological tools, then we want to hear from you!
You will need to submit a cover letter demonstrating how your personality, skills and experience meet our values for this role.
*Please note, that we have the right to interview candidates before the application deadline*
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