Fire & Security Systems Trainer career opportunity.
Would you like to share your technical expertise in Fire and Security? Teach an acclaimed Level 3 apprenticeship programme with one of the industry’s leading educators?
This could be the perfect move for 2022 if you’re an experienced engineer who enjoys teaching trainees and would like to become a professional educator for the next generation of engineers into the industry.
Here you'll be working for a reputable training provider in the industry, known for its Level 3 apprenticeship programme. An 80% pass rate underlines the quality of teaching and is the reason many of the leading employers put their trust in the company.
You’d be part of a team of instructors based at the company’s training centre in Birmingham. The centre features two large training workshops packed with the top manufacturer’s latest kit, alongside well-equipped classrooms and office space.
Tutors typically teach classes of 8-16 apprentices, so there’s plenty of opportunity to personalise instruction to the needs and learning style of each student. As for content, you’ll cover the full Level 3 spectrum: safe working; electrical and electronic principles; commercial awareness; installation, commissioning and support best practice.
While practical instruction is a big part of the job, you’ll also be coaching and assessing apprentices, contributing to course developmentand liaising with employers.There’ll be some travel, although mostly you’ll be working at the training centre.
Skills and experience needed.
• Strong Fire & Security installation and commissioning experience including Fire, CCTV, access control and intruder detection systems;• First-rate practical tool skills and the ability to demonstrate / teach them to the next generation of engineers;• An academic interest in the field and experience of supervising / teaching apprentices, as a trainer or as part of your engineering role;• Great presenter and communicator, who can relate to and coach different personalities with different learning styles;• An appetite for self-development, with a sound portfolio of professional accreditations and certifications (a technical degree would be a bonus) (electrical or electronic qualifications).• Proven experience in apprenticeship delivery and support
• Competitive salary, with £37k basic rising to £40k once a teaching course has been completed.• 38.75 hours per week (Monday to Friday)• 25 days’ holiday plus eight statutory bank holidays• Pension scheme• Performance-related bonus• Free on-site parking