Summary of the role
Thinking About A Change?
Are you thinking about:
- Starting or growing your own business?
- Increasing your income with some freelance work?
- Achieving more control over you work-life balance?
We have some exciting opportunities coming up within YMCA Training for Freelance Housing/Property Management Apprenticeship Tutors.
Our expanding team of freelance Apprenticeship Tutors operates flexibly across the UK, directing and delivering designated training programmes and assessments to thousands of individuals each year.
If you think that you might have what it takes, and to earn well for really impacting on some young lives, read on.
You will be an individual who can motivate and inspire learners to achieve their best, whilst catering to different learning styles. Your enthusiasm and proven track record will allow you to flourish in delivering high quality training to a diverse range of learners.
Are you up for the challenge? You will have excellent communication skills – particularly the 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
- Certificate in Education, PGCE or equivalent
- Recognised teaching qualification (minimum PTTLS)
- Occupational competency for awards delivered
- A range of L2 – L4 Housing and Property Management qualifications, including; Level 2 Housing/Property Management Assistant, Level 3 Housing/Property Management Officer, Level 4 Senior Housing/Property Management.
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.
YMCA Training has been operating since the late 1970s and was created to help young people find new opportunities through work and training, which gave them the chance to play a more fulfilling role in their community. To this day, YMCA Training offers great opportunities to develop through education and training pathways, whether this be a study programme or traineeship to an apprenticeship.
Do you want to be a part of this?
How to apply
This could be your chance to join our innovative team and to do something great for yourself – and for others. If this sounds right for you, or if would like to find out more about this position, email your cv and covering letter to firstname.lastname@example.org telling us why you are perfect for this role.
Please specify on your covering letter which qualifications you are qualified to deliver, and why you are the ideal candidate for the job.