We recruit for a variety of roles in apprenticeship development and delivery. These roles are mainly in professional or awarding bodies, as well as within training providers and endpoint awarding organisations.
Development roles require an understanding and experience of product development and/ or assessment development. You will be working with industry professionals and employers to help create assessments that are relevant to current and future markets, to ensure standards and skills going forward.
Delivery roles require you to have strong coordination and prioritisation skills as well as excellent attention to detail as you will be involved in areas such as registering students, coordinating examiners, assessors, and invigilators as well as liaising with centres to ensure the smooth running of apprenticeships and assessments.
Quality assurance roles come in different formats. Certain roles require industry knowledge and qualifications to assess learners or to ensure the quality of learner assessments and portfolios. Other quality roles require you to work at a more strategic level with the likes of Ofqual, Ofsted, the QAA, and the Institute for Apprenticeships.
Many of the roles in this area are new, as organisations have grown organically with the demand for apprenticeships in different formats. This includes End Point Assessments and Trailblazer apprenticeships. It's important to note that any experience and knowledge you have in these areas cover setting standards knowledge of the levy funding options employers and providers have. Any projects you have been part of, for instance, looking at apprenticeships as a viable market to be involved in are worth including on your CV.
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