The position of the LTI Assistant Coordinator involves assisting in the delivery and coordination of training on a Waterford Wexford Education and Training Board supported Local Training Initiative. The position includes supporting the participants on the Local Training Initiative and ensuring participants receive the required receive the required training to acquire a Major FETAC Level 3 Employability Skills Award and other and all other necessary skills including dealing with substance misuse issues.
This Local Training Initiative will focus on employability skills. The proposed modules that will be delivered are:
Career Preparation, Functional Mathematics, Personal and Interpersonal Skills, Computer Literacy, Digital Media, Horticultural Tools and Equipment, Plant Identification Care and Maintenance, Handling Food Hygienically, Food and Nutrition, Woodwork, Painting.
In addition the successful candidate will assist in the delivery of one to one key working and group supports that will enable clients to address issues of substance misuse and criminality.
Assist in the provision of training and development programmes to course participants.
To become part of the wider Cornmarket Project services delivery team.
Assist in the promotion and recruitment of participants for the programme
Assist with providing on-going support to learners to ensure they benefit from and successfully complete the programme
General administrative tasks associated with the design, delivery and evaluation of modules for the LTI
Take part in regular meetings with the Manager and Coordinator to develop on-going work plans / schedules to ensure smooth management of the project
Assist with the provision of individual support and evaluation to all course participants
Liaise with the Coordinator in relation to developing a range of local stakeholders to arrange volunteer work placement opportunities for learners in the local community
Assist with the development of individual learning plans with learners and facilitate progression to other forms of training, education or employment
Ensure the production and retention of all project records in accordance with WWETB,QQI and WLD requirements.
Ensure the effective monitoring, recording and reporting of course participants’ attendance on a weekly basis
Any other duties that may be assigned from time to time or as the programme evolves
Suitable candidates must have:
A relevant qualification/or sufficient experience in a similar role.
Relevant qualification in working with substance misusers.
A training/and or addiction related qualification and a minimum of 2years’ experience in delivering similar training.
Knowledge of QQI system qualifications and modules.
The ideal candidate will have at least two years’ experience of working with socially excluded clients, including substance misusers.
Have a high level of general administration and organisational skills
Applications by cover letter and CV, by email only to firstname.lastname@example.org by close of business on Tuesday 15th August.
Short listing will take place and a panel may be formed inrelation to future similar roles.
Wexford Local Development is an equal opportunities employer.
Garda vetting will apply.