EPAHUB :: End-Point Assessor in Cabin Crew

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End-Point Assessor in Cabin Crew

Company : Highfield Assessment
Location : North,Midland,South
Location Postal Code : DN4 5NU
End Date : 30/12/2019


Essential Qualifications and Experience: • Have current knowledge and understanding of the Cabin Crew Operative Apprenticeship Standard and assessment plan. • Have current, relevant occupational expertise and knowledge at the relevant level of the occupational area(s) they are assessing, which has been gain through ‘hands-on’ experience in the industry. This should include a current, valid attestation (CAA-approved training). • Expertise to administer and use the assessment tools required in the assessment plan. Essential Skills and Abilities: • The assessor must be someone who has nothing to gain from the outcome of the assessment and must not have been involved in the training and/or line management of the apprentice. • Evidence of regularly updated continuing professional development (CPD) to demonstrate practical experience and updated occupational expertise. This will cover updated knowledge and skills, changes to legislation and consider the latest developments in the sector. • Excellent understanding of the standard(s) for the new apprenticeship frameworks, including specific knowledge in the industry area for the standard. • Understanding of regulators’ requirements: Ofqual, SFA, industry bodies. • Practise standardised assessment principles as set out by Highfield. • Competent in carrying out the assessments specified and grading the apprenticeship in line with the requirements set out in the assessment plan. • Experience of producing clear, accurate and concise written reports in a number of formats, giving both results and constructive feedback and support. • IT proficient. • Excellent written and verbal communication skills. • Excellent organisational skills; ability to effectively prioritise. • Able to work independently but also lead a team, if required. Desirable: • Flexibility to travel across the UK. • Driving licence and access to own vehicle. • Willingness to agree to overnight stays away from home, if required. • Hold a recognised current workplace assessment qualification. • Hold an internal quality assurance (IQA) qualification. • Experience of working with quality assurance processes and complying with regulatory requirements.
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