Employment at WBTC

Employment at WBTC

WBTC is a not-for-profit training provider established in 1983 for the benefit of young people entering the world of work and local employers. Our aim is to invest in quality training and be the most successful Training Provider in the region.  Our purpose is to provide the highest quality of service and provision to Learners, Employers and Stakeholders.

We are very fortunate to employ well-qualified staff who inspire our learners.  They do this by delivering excellent teaching and providing great learning experiences, all in safe and secure environments that are conducive to learning and development. We recognise that our ambitions and aspirations are underpinned by the quality of our staff, and from time to time we seek good quality people to join us.

We are a unique and caring organisation and offer a great place to work.

In return for your enthusiasm, initiative, desire to inspire others and commitment to the company, you will enjoy the benefits of a good working environment, a happy workforce and the feeling of being part of a team working to benefit others.

We welcome applications from all sections of the community, all applicants are subject to Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS).

 

WBTC – paving the way for equality of opportunity in training, education and employment for all.

Training Consultant – Engineering & Trade

West Berkshire Training Consortium (WBTC) is a leading Training Provider of Apprenticeships, Study Programmes and Adult Learning in maths and English. We currently have an exciting job opportunity in our Apprenticeship team.

We are seeking a highly motivated and versatile individual to design, deliver and support Apprenticeships specifically Engineering and potentially other trade programmes on a part-time basis (initially starting on a 2 day a week basis). This will initially be a one year fixed term contract.

You’ll need to be enthusiastic, have a desire to work with and support apprentices further developing their career. An excellent communicator and competent in the following areas:
• Excellent Coaching and mentoring skills to apprentices aged 16+
• Occupational experience and skills in engineering is essential
• Identifying and supporting individual learning needs
• Liaising with a variety of stakeholders relevant to apprentices’ programme

Occupational experience and car owner is ESSENTIAL. Experience of remote training support through face to face or virtual learning environments is DESIRABLE.

The job holder will be hybrid working and travelling out to employer and apprentices across the Thames Valley.

Please send CV with covering letter stating current salary to karenF@wbtc-uk.com or telephone 01635 35975. In your covering letter please include the following:
• How many years of occupational experience do you have and in what area?
• In 1-2 sentences, please describe how your previous experience is relevant to this role? Why are you a good fit for this job?
• Your salary expectations and notice period

WBTC – paving the way for equality of opportunity in training, education
and employment for all.

Closing date – 15th July 2022

Training Consultant – Project Management, Leadership and Management & Learning Mentor

West Berkshire Training Consortium (WBTC) is a leading Training Provider of Apprenticeships, Study Programmes and Adult Learning in maths and English. We currently have an exciting job opportunity in our Apprenticeship team.

We are seeking a highly motivated and versatile individual to design, deliver and support Apprenticeships specifically across our in-house apprenticeship programmes including Project Management, Leadership and Management and Learning Mentor. This role is could be on a part or full-time basis depending on programme experience.

You’ll need to be enthusiastic, have a desire to work with and support apprentices further developing their career. An excellent communicator and competent in the following areas:
• Excellent Coaching and mentoring skills to apprentices aged 16+
• Occupational experience and skills in Project Management, Leadership and Management and Learning Mentor
• Designing and creating schemes and resources to support areas of delivery
• Teaching and learning including blended learning using both face to face and virtual learning environment
• Identifying and supporting individual learning needs
• Liaising with a variety of stakeholders relevant to apprentices’ programme

Occupational experience, Teaching Qualification and car owner is ESSENTIAL.

The job holder will be hybrid working and travelling out to employer and apprentices as required.

Please send CV with covering letter stating current salary to karenF@wbtc-uk.com or telephone 01635 35975. In your covering letter please include the following:
• How many years of occupational experience do you have and in what area?
• In 1-2 sentences, please describe how your previous experience is relevant to this role? Why are you a good fit for this job?
• Your salary expectations and notice period

WBTC – paving the way for equality of opportunity in training, education
and employment for all.

Closing date – 15th July 2022

Full – time Administrator 37.5 hours per week

West Berkshire Training Consortium (WBTC) is a leading Training Provider of Apprenticeships, Study Programmes and Adult Learning in maths and English. We currently have an exciting job opportunity in our Administration team.

We are seeking a highly motivated and versatile and resilient individual to fill this essential role which will be part of our administrative team and provides support in the following areas:

• Administration support across a range of functions within the business including creating documents, dealing with visitors, assisting with meetings, invigilating exams, organising events and managing appointments
• Managing incoming queries and applications
• Provide cover on Reception

Essential skills
• A self-starter who seeks out work and ways to make improvements.
• A professional, assertive and confident individual
• Numeracy skills to interpret and analyse data
• Excellent interpersonal skills to present a welcoming and professional face of WBTC.
• Excellent telephone manner.
• Highly effective organisational skills.
• Excellent communication skills both written and spoken English.
• Attention to detail
• Ability to work on own and use own initiative
• Experience of all Microsoft packages (Outlook, Word, Excel and Publisher)
• Intermediate to advanced IT skills (for mail merge in sales campaigns etc.)

Please send CV with covering letter stating current salary to karenF@wbtc-uk.com or telephone 01635 35975. In your covering letter please include the following:
• In 1-2 sentences, please describe how your previous experience is relevant to this role? Why are you a good fit for this job?
• Your salary expectations and notice period

WBTC – paving the way for equality of opportunity in training, education
and employment for all.

Closing date – 15th July 2022

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