• 12-month full-time
• Salary: based on qualifications and experience
• Based at CBD office 9am- 5pm with some weekend work and regional travel
GRNSW are looking for an experienced and motivated Trainer and Assessor who is interested and/or experienced in working for a State Regulatory Body. The role contributes to industry-wide vocational training and education programs for professional development and occupational licensing. Regional travel is expected.
The Trainer and Assessor will join the GRNSW Welfare and Education team and is responsible for the development, design, delivery and assessment of non-accredited and accredited (Certificate II and II and AQF level II-IV Skill Sets under Training Package RGR08).
This position will be required to provide ongoing support and advice to industry participants and contribute to the continuous improvement of industry education and animal welfare.
The Trainer and Assessor will report directly to Education and Industry Development Manager.
• Consult with SMEs and ensure all training and assessment and other course related activities are undertaken in accordance with the predetermined course program, RTO policies and procedures, VET Quality Framework standards, and the National Training Package.
• Undertake accredited and non-accredited training and assessment activities including delivery and facilitation.
• Develop and design course materials and resources including training and assessment strategies, curriculum and assessment tools.
• Provide support (including online and phone) to participants and ensure that programs are delivered in accordance with compliance requirements.
To apply, please send cover letter and resume to email@example.com
You are also required to complete the target question and provide supporting evidence as part of your application.
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Applications close: 29 April 2016.
For further information about this exciting opportunity please call Cecelia Huynh on (02) 8316 4213
Please provide an outline for a one-hour session plan on this competency unit element:
• Element: Outline current community expectations in regards to racing
• Performance Criterion: Describe the potential animal welfare issues for each of the lifecycle stages of animals used for sport and how these might be prevented or minimised
• Performance Evidence: Outline current community expectations in regards to racing
• Knowledge Evidence: Demonstrate knowledge of community viewpoints in regards to the use of animals for sport.
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