Job Title

Trainers & Assessors (Derrimut & Templestowe)

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Job Description


Our  client is an RTO and  adult community facility registered with the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS).

This reputable organisation delivers a broad range of activities, programs, pre-accredited and accredited training courses for people with disabilities, and has a broad range of
community partnerships. They are committed to providing the highest quality supports and education to enable people with disabilities to achieve their goals and aspirations and to maximise their independence and inclusion in the community.


A society where people with disability can fully participate and make a valuable contribution
as citizens. Enable people to achieve their goals and aspirations by:

  • Encouraging lifelong learning,
  • Providing a supportive and stimulating environment,
  • Offering experiential learning opportunities,
  • Being open to change, and
  • Developing self-advocacy skills & using person centered planning.


The primary function of the Trainer & Assessor is to develop and deliver high quality accredited training programs. The training must be delivered in accordance with AQTF
Standards, VRQA Guidelines for VET Providers and the Skills First Quality Charter.

Activity areas include:

1. Training & Assessment: Plan, initiate and deliver training for Certificate I in Transition
Education and Certificate I in Work Education
2. Resourcing: Access and utilise appropriate and up-to-date training materials and
other resources as required
3. Reporting: Complete and maintain all documentation related to training ensuring
that records are complete, thorough and accurate
4. Quality: Pursue and participate in professional development to ensure personal
knowledge, skills, and competencies relevant to specific training and assessment
duties are currently and constantly advanced
5. Compliance: Comply with all quality standards as well as with the organisations policies and
6. Relationships: Maintain collaborative and supportive relationships

Key duties and responsibilities

  • Assess student skills to determine their needs and contribute to learning plans
  • Plan, implement and evaluate session plans and activities that are designed to engage
    and challenge students
  • Develop, review, and adjust training plans to ensure that they meet the specific
    needs of students
  • Assist students to be well equipped for their learning purposes
  • Ensure training venues are properly equipped and set up to support quality training
    and to meet specific needs of students
  • Teach and mentor students as a class, both in small groups and 1:1
  • Monitor student progress, and identify and make provision where students require
    learning support or extensions
  • Regularly communicate with key stakeholders
  • Maintain a thorough understanding of, and ensure compliance with all organisation
    policies and procedures as well as funding and regulatory requirements
  • Participate as required in external/internal audits
  • Assist with the implementation of plans and strategies to improve the effectiveness
    and efficiency of programs
  • Complete and submit reports as required
  • Support and guide Trainer Assistants where relevant



  • Certificate IV Training and Assessment (full TAE40116, or TAE40110 with additional
    TAELLN411/401A and TAEASS502A/502B units)
  • Appropriate industry qualification in special education and/or relevant knowledge of
    theories, methods and practices in teaching learners with a range of intellectual
  • Experience in training in the disability sector is preferred

Other requirements

  • A satisfactory Australian National Police Check
  • Victorian Driver’s Licence

Personal attributes

  • Professional approach
  • Ability to work under pressure
  • Organisational and time management skills
  • Excellent attention to detail
  • Confident manner
  • Positive approach to change


Salary is negotiable dependent on experience.



Please email your resume including a cover letter and the position you are applying for to

Please note that suitable candidates will be contacted immediately so do not wait to apply.


Applications close: 28th February 2021

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