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Job Title Community Services Trainer
Department Health and Community Services
Location Wellington Fair, 40 Lord Street, East Perth
Overview

Are you an experienced, focused, and enthusiastic community services / aged care worker who is passionate about training? This is an excellent opportunity for you to become a professional trainer and join our dynamic team.

The ideal candidate should have experience working in community services or aged care sector, as well as delivering training to workers from culturally diverse backgrounds. The candidate should have proven work experience in the community services / aged care sector and have established industry contacts in Western Australia.

Qualifications
  • TAE40416 Certificate IV in Training and Assessment. If you do not hold the full TAE qualification, assistance will be offered to complete this qualification
  • A community services or aged care related AQF qualification at Certificate IV or Diploma level
Work Experience
  • Minimum of three years current professional experience in the community services or aged care sector.
  • Experience in delivering training face to face in a group learning environment
Skills and Knowledge
  • Ability to work independently in planning and designing assessment tools, face to face delivery and conduct effective assessments
  • A good understanding of current community services and aged care industry practice in an Australian context with emphasis on case management
  • Advanced organisational skills and attention to detail with demonstrated effective time management skills and problem solving skills
  • Ability to effectively manage and apply key conflict resolution skills in a multi-cultural student environment
  • High level interpersonal, verbal and written communication skills.
  • Ability to use modern technology for teaching such as LMS platform (Moodle) and to assist in developing e-learning tools for course delivery
  • Enthusiastic, self-motivated individual who is able to demonstrate high level of current knowledge in the community services/ aged care industry
  • Proactively to identify potential workplaces and industry contacts to propose value-adding solutions
  • Ability to build  and strengthen the relationship with workplace training host employers
Key Responsibilities
  • Plan, prepare and deliver training and assessments, including recognition of prior learning to students in aged care and community services
  • Conduct and coordinate workplace training and assessments in the workplace according to APSI workplace policies and procedures and training package assessment requirements
  • Liaise with various industry stakeholders and APSI training partners to discuss work placements and update on industry practices
  • Participate in validation and moderation of assessments and course materials on a regular prescribed basis
  • Conduct industry consultation relevant to the units and the qualifications with industry experts
  • Mark assessments and provide feedback to students according to APSI’s assessment policy and procedure
  • Maintain professional development/currency to ensure personal knowledge, skills and competencies relevant to their training and assessing duties and ensure they are current and constantly advanced
  • Implement a continual improvement process regarding the training and assessment duties by acknowledging and acting on feedback from students and stakeholders

Please email your resume with a cover letter  to info@apsi.edu.au. Only short-listed applicants will be contacted for interview. Salary package and contract type is negotiable based on the applicant’s experience and qualifications.

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