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About Lynx Education
Schools, Academies, Trusts, Governing Bodies, Education Authorities. It is a tough job to find the right candidate, not to mention expensive. We are teachers and School Governors ourselves so we fully appreciate the recruitment process you have to go through. At Lynx Education our aim is to work with you to find the right candidate whilst working within your budget.
Work Based Learning - Education
Covers: UK wide | Part Time, Permanent | Salaries £15k - £100k
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Work based learning involves the acquisition of recognised qualifications in a work-based environment. In some cases, candidates attend a college on a day-release basis.
Qualifications and entry requirements
The ideal candidates for roles in work-based learning are those people who have demonstrated key skills and achievements in the very industry they are training in. Employers and recruitment agencies are just as concerned with experience, a flair for coaching and a passion for their industry as they are with formal qualifications. However, employment opportunities that require NVQ assessment require that applicants hold a D32/D33 assessor's qualification. A lot of this work is spent on the move, so most applicants will need to be in possession of a clean driving licence.
There are a number of specialist training providers that work in conjunction with major employers in a number of industries. Working in work-based training roles usually means visiting staff in their own working environment, so candidates will need to be highly organised and motivated. Observational skills are a must, and effective communication is essential when delivering training and feedback.
A work-based trainer can expect a starting salary of between £20,000 and £30,000, but senior roles with management responsibilities often include remuneration packages of well over £40,000 per year.