WA PCYC is calling for a dedicated professional to take up the exciting and challenging new role of a Trainer in the Perth Metropolitan Areas.
Be part of changing the lives of WA youth
Community Services & Development
Perth - Metropolitan area
The Federation of Western Australian Police and Community Youth Centres (Inc.) (WA PCYC) is looking for a dedicated and passionate professional to take up the exciting and challenging Casual role of a Trainer at our Metropolitan Centres.
Who We Are:
Established in 1941, WA PCYC has seven metropolitan centres and twelve regional centres and a camp, all engaging and developing young people through a balance of intervention, diversion and recreational programs with our key partner, the WA Police Force, and other partners and non-government organisations. In addition, there are more than 20 PCYC Blue Light centres across the state. The organisation also operates fee for service mobile and outreach services. There are approximately 450,000 attendances recorded at PCYC and Blue Light activities and programs each year.
The primary purpose of this position will be to deliver and assess accredited Certificate I in Automotive training courses within the metropolitan area to identified youth at risk and to support and guide them to achieve their individual goals and objectives.
The Trainer will have responsibility to plan training sessions, deliver auto 1 courses units, monitor participants' progression, manage participant attendance and assess participant competency.
Roles and Responsibilities:
Maintain administrative components of position, ensuring compliance with Standards for RTO’s 2015
Designing and expanding training and development programs based on both the organisation's and the individual's needs in liaison with the Learning and Development Manager
Plan, deliver and assess training programs and activities in line with Learning and Development Strategy and funding directives
Provide support in reviewing policies and procedures to support the learning and development department
Assist the Learning and Development Manager by ensuring that Learning and Development Department human, financial and physical resources used in the delivery of training courses are aligned to PCYC and external requirements
Working in a team to produce courses that are satisfactory to all relevant parties in the organisation and centre
Demonstrates and manages ethical behaviour in accordance with relevant standards, values and policies.
Skills and Experience:
TAE40116 Certificate IV in Training and Assessment or must be working towards the upgrade from TAE40110 + TAELLN411 or equivalent (Essential)
Demonstrated evidence of VET, Vocational and Industry Currency
Certificate I in Automotive Vocational Preparation or equivalent or extensive work related experience (Essential)
Experience working with and capacity to build relationships with young people, specifically at risk youth.
Demonstrated experience in planning and delivering instructional classes.
Demonstrated experience in course/program coordination
Experience in identifying and assessing learning gaps and developing programs to address these gaps.
Strong communication and self-organisation skills
Strong computing skills using a range of computer applications including Microsoft Office.
You have or are willing to obtain a National Police Clearance and Working with Children's Check.
Be part of changing the lives of WA youths
Be part of fun and dynamic team
Professional development opportunities
Flexible working arrangements
How to Apply:
If you are interested in this position please click "Apply" below.
For further information please contact the HR team at email@example.com or (08) 9277 4388
Applications Close 4 September 2019
We are not accepting agency applications at this time.
WA PCYC reserves the right to close applications early should a suitable candidate be found prior.
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