|Location:||Dudley, London, Nottingham|
|Salary:||£28,000 to £32,000 Flexible Working; Pension|
|Placed On:||24th August 2021|
|Closes:||23rd October 2021|
About LD Training
LD Training Services Limited has been established as an independent training provider since 2009. We are a successful PRIME who specialize in helping both individuals and organisations to fulfil their true potential through the provision of bespoke training programmes.
Having become a well-established player in the Government funded training sector, LD Training diversified into tertiary education in September 2019 in order to strengthen our portfolio but also to provide ongoing career progression opportunities for our alumni. In this regard, we secured a collaborative partnership agreement with Leeds Trinity University to offer its Foundation Year Zero course from September 2019 at our campuses in Dudley and Nottingham.
In September 2020, we launched the Leeds Trinity University Foundation Year course at our new campus at Stanmore, Middlesex and Year 1 of the University’s BA (Hons) Business & Management degree at our Nottingham and Dudley campuses.
The ongoing development and expansion of the organization, was further confirmed last month when we secured a second University collaborative partnership with the University of Suffolk to offer a range of Business and Management courses that will complement the Leeds Trinity offering.
(Basic minimum requirements)
Highest qualification: BA Hons
Professional experience: Minimum 2 years of teaching & coordination
Key skill set, if any: Ms Office especially PowerPoint
Additional requirements: Well versed with marking at HE level. Able to work over weekend.
About the Position:
The position requires you to: Manage and monitor the assigned programmes campus-wide. This includes associated operational administration, development of curriculum plan based and quality management and enhancement.
The Programme Coordinator should be able to deliver:
Student learning experience: Oversee the monitoring of student progress and provide advice and guidance to lecturers, personal tutors and students as appropriate.
Managing people and resources: Provide academic leadership to those working within programme areas, for example by agreeing work plans to ensure that programmes are delivered effectively or organising the work of a team by agreeing objectives and work plans as received from the line managers.
Pastoral care: Oversee the monitoring of student progress and provide advice and guidance to personal tutors and students as appropriate, including oversight of the needs of students with special requirements and processes pertaining to mitigating circumstances.
Liaison and networking: Lead and develop external networks, for example links with external examiners and assessors.
Academic administration: Responsible for managing taught programmes, including oversight of day-to-day operational processes (e.g. timetabling, assessment, examination systems).
Compliance: Comply with all GDPR regulations while engaging with student data.
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