Thinking About A Change?
Are you thinking about:
• Starting or growing your own business?
• Increasing your income with freelance work?
• Achieving more control over your work-life balance?
You could be thinking about joining YMCA Training.
Our expanding team of freelance Apprenticeship Tutors operates flexibly across the UK, supporting the skills, knowledge and motivation of thousands of apprentices each year.
If you think that you might have what it takes to teach and assess an apprenticeship, and to earn well for really impacting on some young lives, read on.
Why YMCA Training?
YMCA is arguably the most recognisable and iconic of all global charity brands – trusted throughout the world to deliver outstanding, innovative and socially responsible activities for young people and the wider community.
Since the 1970s, YMCA Training has helped young people find life-changing opportunities through work and training, and to give them the chance to play a more fulfilling role in their communities.
This focus on developing talent and providing opportunities for employment remains at the heart of what YMCA Training does, and has been consistently and successfully developed through specialist support and vocational training across many sectors and specialisms.
Do you want to be a part of this?
Our freelance Apprenticeship Tutors maintain and grow a caseload of apprentices that they support from sign-up right through to qualification, and get paid for their results. We run apprenticeships nation-wide over a wide range of disciplines, including:
• Business administration
• Customer service
• Health and social care
• Motor vehicle
• Children's care, learning and development
• Fitness and leisure
• Warehousing and Storage
Are you up for the challenge? You will have excellent communication skills – particularly an ability to generate rapport and to teach a range of leaners using a variety of teaching methods. You’ll have an eye for quality and a motivation to really help your learners grow and develop. You will have great time management and solid IT skills to help you take advantage of technology and to effectively manage your learners.
You’ll also need:
• Level 3 Certificate in Assessing Vocational Achievement (TAQA), A1 or D32,33 awards;
• Occupational competency in the areas you intend to Tutor;
• Certificate in Education , PGCE or equivalent;
• Full driver’s licence.
This could be your chance to join our talented team and to do something great for yourself – and for others. To find out more about how this could work for you, to explore opportunities in your area or to join our database of Tutors for when opportunities arise, please email your CV and a covering letter to email@example.com.