Wednesday, 2 August 2017

TaskForce,Trainer / Assessor Jobs in Australia



 Certificate I in General Education For Adults

About Us
Since 1973, our organisation has provided specialist suppor
t for people in serious need in Victoria. Our core services focus on addressing social issues of addiction, unemployment, mental health and high risk taking behaviours, supporting our clients to transition back into "mainstream" services and supports.  The people who access our services have experienced significant disadvantage or a crisis in their lives and as a result are prevented from reaching their potential. Many have fallen through society's cracks and all too often have been placed in the "too hard" basket. They are people who have a long term range of complex issues or a single issue with a high degree of severity.  
As an RTO and ACFE Provider, TaskForce delivers pre-accredited and accredited courses across Victoria.   We are committed to the provision of high quality education and training services that support vulnerable people to be able to participate fully in society. 
About the Skills First Reconnect Program
The Reconnect program aims to provide disengaged high needs learners with supports that will help reduce the barriers they face to participating and succeeding in training and the workforce. The program is focused on supporting disengaged high needs learners who are either:
  • young people aged 17 - 19 who are disengaged early school leavers, not currently enrolled in school or any education and training program and/or full time employment; or
  • long term unemployed people aged 20 - 64 without Year 12 or equivalent attainment.
About the Role
The role will be responsible for delivering the Certificate I in General Education for Adults contextualised towards employment in a hospitality/food handling environment.  The Trainer will use initiative to implement "out of the box" learning programs that focus on teaching basic foundations of hospitality, enabling the young people to pathway into further training for this industry/setting. 
About You
The ideal candidate is passionate about working with youth to re-engage them into education and/or  employment.  Your proven ability to facilitate learning and assessment in a diverse range of settings and familiarity with competency based training and assessment will help set you up for success in this role. A background and or understanding of the hospitality industry with safe food handling will be essential.  You are highly motivated, collaborative and flexible, with excellent communication and relationship skills.
What you will need:
  • Experience in the delivery Cert 1 in General Education for Adults
  • Experience in delivering and assessing language and literacy numeracy competencies
  • Certificate IV in Training and Assessment  (TAE40116)  and relevant qualification at the level of teaching
  • Excellent communication and interpersonal skills and a friendly disposition
  • Current driver's licence and working with children check
  • Proven ability to engage with youth facing barriers in education and employment
  • Qualifications and experience in Hospitality essential
The trainer is responsible for the overall delivery and supervision of the training program. You will work closely with the Program Manager to implement and review programs while ensuring you meet client expectations. A passion to connect with young people, along with a professional approach is essential.
Why work for us?
This role is an excellent opportunity to be part of a genuine client centered organisation. You will have access to the benefit of generous salary packaging and a supportive team culture!
How to Apply:
If you think this role is for you, please send your Resume to the HR Manager, Kate Forer Jobs@Taskforce.org.au by 11 August 2017.  Please ensure you outline your industry experience and qualifications in the covering letter.  A position description can be obtained by emailing HR at Katef@Taskforce.org.au
TASKFORCE VALUES:
Client Centered • Innovation • Thought Leadership • Honesty & Integrity • Trust, Respect & Self Care


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