• Full Time
  • Remote

NHS

FutureQuals is on of the UK’s most progressive awarding and end-point assessment organisations.

A regulated awarding organisation, FutureQuals offers a comprehensive range of qualifications transferable across many industries/sectors.

We have developed a deep understanding and insight into the needs of all sizes and types of educational organisation. Along with this we offer a wide range of support for our Learners, approved centres, assessors and verifiers.

FutureQuals offers a range of benefits and support services for Colleges and Training Providers.

Acting as an ambassador of FutureQuals, you will be responsible for carrying out Endpoint Assessment activities on apprentices against the Level 4 Associate Ambulance Practitioner Standard and the level 3 Ambulance Support Worker Standard.

Main duties of the job

As an independant End Point Assessor you will be carrying out assessments and documenting apprentice competence against industry standards at venues throughout the UK.

The position is remote with occasional overnight stays and travel to Coalville.

You must be able to drive, have access to your own vehicle or have means to be able to travel to carry out EPA.

When not conducting EPA’s your knowledge and experience will be used to develop assessment materials, guidance and resources to support EPA and Qualifications.

About us

Our Values

We are a Visionary, Supportive, Innovative and Professional Awarding Organisation that is committed to excellence

Our Vision

We envisage a place in which every learner realises their full potential

Our Mission

To provide respected and valued qualifications and assessment to enable quality assured learning

We can offer you a mix of challenges, learning and development opportunities in a dynamic and interesting environment.

Date posted

24 May 2023

Pay scheme

Other

Salary

£25,000 to £35,000 a year

Contract

Permanent

Working pattern

Full-time, Home or remote working

Reference number

N0081-J183-6-23-0000

Job locations

Emp House

Telford Way

Coalville

Leicestershire

LE67 3HE

Job description

Job responsibilities

Assessing and documenting apprentice competence against industry specific Apprenticeship Standards, at designated venues using the approved assessment methods and grading criteria.

Ensuring all assessment judgements are fair, valid and free from bias.

Providing technical, Apprenticeship Standard specific advice to a range of internal and external stakeholders.

Maintaining and providing evidence of up to date and ongoing, relevant Continuous Professional Development (CPD).

Responding to End-point Assessment operational activities, reporting and submissions of assessment outcomes.

Reporting all risks and issues encountered during the Endpoint Assessment, including suspected malpractice/ maladministration.

Reporting potential and/or actual conflicts of interest, including in relation to the independence of assessment.

Taking part in best practice, training and standardisation activities to ensure a consistent approach to independent End-point Assessment.

Maintaining a thorough knowledge of FutureQuals independent End-point Assessment policies and procedures.

Support the development and management of best practice, training and standardisation activities to ensure a consistent approach to independent End-point Assessment.

Providing technical support to all areas of FutureQuals.

Ensuring you remain current with the skills, knowledge and behaviours through working at least one banked shift with an Ambulance Trust or Private Ambulance Provider per month Job description

Job responsibilities

Assessing and documenting apprentice competence against industry specific Apprenticeship Standards, at designated venues using the approved assessment methods and grading criteria.

Ensuring all assessment judgements are fair, valid and free from bias.

Providing technical, Apprenticeship Standard specific advice to a range of internal and external stakeholders.

Maintaining and providing evidence of up to date and ongoing, relevant Continuous Professional Development (CPD).

Responding to End-point Assessment operational activities, reporting and submissions of assessment outcomes.

Reporting all risks and issues encountered during the Endpoint Assessment, including suspected malpractice/ maladministration.

Reporting potential and/or actual conflicts of interest, including in relation to the independence of assessment.

Taking part in best practice, training and standardisation activities to ensure a consistent approach to independent End-point Assessment.

Maintaining a thorough knowledge of FutureQuals independent End-point Assessment policies and procedures.

Support the development and management of best practice, training and standardisation activities to ensure a consistent approach to independent End-point Assessment.

Providing technical support to all areas of FutureQuals.

Ensuring you remain current with the skills, knowledge and behaviours through working at least one banked shift with an Ambulance Trust or Private Ambulance Provider per month

Person Specification

Qualifications

Essential

Essential Qualifications, Knowledge and Experience

Hold either Units D32/33 (Legacy Award) A1 Assessors Award (Legacy Award) and have up to date knowledge and awareness of the National Occupational Standards NO 9.

Or,

Level 3 Certificate in Assessing Vocational Achievement (Current Award).

An understanding of both the Level 4 Associate Ambulance Practitioner and the Level 3 Ambulance Support Worker Apprenticeship Standard.

Must hold a recognised occupational qualification in the area in which they are assessing and must have held such qualification for a minimum of 2 years.

Hold the FAQ Level 4 Associate Ambulance Practitioner qualification.

Hold a recognised IQA qualification (desirable).

Experience

Essential

Excellent interpersonal, verbal and written communication skills.

Experience of producing reports and feedback material.

Excellent organisation, administrative and planning skills.

Proficient IT skills, with experience of using key business software.

Availability to attend, or manage, key activities throughout the year.

Must be able to drive, have access to their own vehicle or have means to be able to travel to carry out EPA

Person Specification

Qualifications

Essential

Essential Qualifications, Knowledge and Experience

Hold either Units D32/33 (Legacy Award) A1 Assessors Award (Legacy Award) and have up to date knowledge and awareness of the National Occupational Standards NO 9.

Or,

Level 3 Certificate in Assessing Vocational Achievement (Current Award).

An understanding of both the Level 4 Associate Ambulance Practitioner and the Level 3 Ambulance Support Worker Apprenticeship Standard.

Must hold a recognised occupational qualification in the area in which they are assessing and must have held such qualification for a minimum of 2 years.

Hold the FAQ Level 4 Associate Ambulance Practitioner qualification.

Hold a recognised IQA qualification (desirable).

Experience

Essential

Excellent interpersonal, verbal and written communication skills.

Experience of producing reports and feedback material.

Excellent organisation, administrative and planning skills.

Proficient IT skills, with experience of using key business software.

Availability to attend, or manage, key activities throughout the year.

Must be able to drive, have access to their own vehicle or have means to be able to travel to carry out EPA

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