The tutor will be required to:
Develop, plan, prepare, deliver and evaluate a program of learning as set out in the QQI specifications for each module.
Mark and monitor module assessments in line with QQI / CDETB policies and procedures.
To prepare appropriate plans and learning materials for each session, to make them available for monitoring or lesson observation visits and to maintain them as part of the course documentation files.
Professional Qualification and Experience:
The successful tutor will hold a recognised qualification in Workplace Safety that is at least one NFQ level above Level 4 and have at least two years related professional experience in the relevant disciplines.
Experience of teaching/training adults in Workplace Safety or related disciplines.
A demonstrable understanding of the core principles underpinning teaching adults (planning, delivery, assessment and evaluation of learning at QQI standards).
An ability to use different learning strategies and teaching methods suitable for teaching a diverse range of competencies and abilities.
A strong working knowledge of the QQI Awards System, Certification, Marking Systems and Assessment of Modules.
High competency in the successful delivery of QQI Modules at Level 4 and above.
Excellent Personal & Interpersonal Skills.
Experience of working with long term unemployed people and early school leavers.
Good understanding and appreciation of working in the community education sector.
A flexible, adaptable and learner-centered approach is also desirable.
To submit an application for consideration for the position, please email a cover letter and up-to-date CV along with contact details for two referees to LTI Coordinator, Melanie Doyle by email to LTIcoordinator@nwcdp.ie no later than 5pm Friday 10th November 2017.
The contract will be from 27th November 2017 to 20th December 2017 inclusive to include all planning, development of learning materials, delivery of modules, marking and assessments.
Rate €20/€24 per hour.
Shortlisting for interviews will apply. The successful applicant will be required to have a valid Tax Clearance Certificate as well as copies of all qualifications for validation.
Interviews will take place week commencing 13th November 2017.
For further information, contact Melanie Doyle / Marc Kelly, North Wall CDP Education & Training Services on 01-836 5399 / firstname.lastname@example.org / email@example.com
North Wall CDP is an Equal Opportunities Employer.