Trainers & Assessors at AH&MRC Little Bay
AH&MRC is looking for part-time and casual Trainers and Assessors to join our team in our office in Little Bay. We are searching for someone who has recent experience in any of the following areas: Aboriginal Health Primary Health Care, Alcohol and Other drugs, Counselling and Mental Health.
AH&MRC of NSW’s Registered Training Organisation (RTO) was created to provide educational courses in Aboriginal health and associated disciplines that are grounded in cultural competency. AH&MRC’s RTO aims to provide flexible and accessible learning environments for students of all abilities and backgrounds. Nationally recognised courses offered by AH&MRC’s RTO are subsidised by the NSW Government.
About the Role
As the Trainer and Assessor, you will be involved in the design and the delivery of our nationally recognised courses. You will be responsible for conducting the training sessions, assessing on competencies, supporting, and guiding students undertaking qualifications at the AH&MRC Campus. Your main responsibilities will include:
- Using a blended learning approach to deliver nationally accredited vocational Training Package qualifications
- Researching, preparing, and adapting existing resources to meet requirements of students, employers, and industry
- Evaluating the development and content of materials and delivery of accredited courses to ensure quality and consistency are maintained
- Delivering teaching and vocational instruction programs applying own competence and adult learning theories
- Managing the learning process and facilitate individual student learning by providing advice on strategies to overcome learning difficulties
- Evaluating the delivery and content of accredited courses to ensure quality and consistency and cultural integrity are maintained
- Promoting and oversee the coordination of a series of residential blocks to meet course educational requirements
- Managing the learning process and facilitate individual student learning by providing advice on strategies
To be successful you will have:
- Demonstrated experience working with Aboriginal communities to achieve better health outcomes
- A minimum 3-5 years’ experience in delivering training/education to clients and community
- TAE40116 Certificate IV Training and Assessment qualification)
- HLT40213 Certificate IV in Primary Health Care Practice or higher-level qualification where skills and knowledge can be mapped to
- Demonstrated ability to meet legislative requirements with ASQA and AHPRA
- Demonstrated ability to plan, deliver and evaluate quality adult focussed education and assessment
- Excellent interpersonal skills and ability to work effectively with students, colleagues, and communities
- Critical understanding of the issues facing and impacting upon Aboriginal Communities and Aboriginal Community Controlled Health Services
- A supportive approach to professional development
- Flexible working arrangements
To Apply Please apply for this role by submitting your CV and cover letter through Seek. If you have any questions, or would like further information on this role, please contact our HR team at email@example.com.
The AH&MRC strongly encourages Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people to apply.
Applications close on 15/08/2020.Apply Now