Job Title

Trainer & Assessor – EAL

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  • Salary: Negotiable
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  • Job ID: 03262
  • Applications: 0
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Job Description


This Registered Training Organisation is based in Darwin, NT Australia with a global presence.  They provide a range of customised educational solutions for individuals, communities & organisations.



This RTO is in the process of applying to add new qualifications to their scope, including Certificate II, II and III  in EAL.

These positions are initially for paid pre-registration paperwork completion with a view to continuous employment.


Key duties and responsibilities

  • Deliver structured, flexible, relevant and engaging training sessions
  • Assist all students to achieve their training goals
  • Support students to complete their courses as per their training plans and course schedules
  • Develop and deliver courses in accordance with training packages and industry requirements
  • Ensure all training resources are current and are compliant
  • Participate in and contribute to validation and moderation
  • Complete and maintain all training records accurately and document assessment results for submission
  • Contribute to continuous improvement of the training department and wider organisation
  • Maintain up-to-date knowledge on the VET sector and regulatory requirements



Appropriate qualifications include but are not limited to:

  • A four-year Bachelor of Education, with TESOL as a method
  • An undergraduate bachelor degree plus a Master of Teaching with TESOL as a method
  • An undergraduate bachelor degree plus Graduate Diploma of Education with TESOL as a method
  • An initial teacher education qualification plus a postgraduate qualification that includes a 22-day supervised teaching practicum in TESOL, such as a:
    • Graduate Certificate in Education (TESOL)
    • Graduate Certificate in TESOL
    • Graduate Diploma in TESOL
    • Master of TESOL / Master of Applied Linguistics / Master of Arts (TESOL)
  • High level organisational and administrative skills
  • Focused on student engagement and learning
  • Strong communication and people management skills
  • Ability to self-motivate as well as motivate others
  • Ability to work in a team environment and be receptive and positive to change



Negotiable, depending on experience



For further information or a confidential discussion, please contact Claudia Simeone on 1800 266 160 or email your application to


Applications close: 7th January 2020 

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