Assistant Training Manager Apprenticeships

  • Apprenticeship Reference: 1222445706-2
  • Date Posted: 31 January 2024
  • Apprentice Employer: Brellis Recruitment
  • Location: Daventry, Northamptonshire
  • Apprentice Pay: £38,000
  • Bonus/Benefits: car and benefits
  • Apprenticeship Sector: Construction, Health and Safety, Social care
  • Apprenticeship Type: Permanent

About this Apprenticeship

Join The Team as Assistant Training Manager (Apprenticeships)

Salary: £38,000.00 + EV Company Car + Company Benefits
Contract Basis: Full-Time, Permanent

The Mission:
Become a key player in a Social Enterprise Company that's an approved main training provider by the Education and Skills Funding Agency (ESFA). We specialize in delivering a range of qualifications, from continuous professional development to health and safety, and various decarbonization skills and training courses. Training is not just a part of our culture; it's our commitment to delivering social value and improving lives through better careers.

Job Purpose:
Ensure that Ofsted, ESFA standards are maintained by ensuring that the delivery of the apprenticeship scheme's teaching, learning, and assessment is planned effectively to enable apprentices to obtain an outstanding quality of education in the form of transferable skills, knowledge, behaviours (KSBs) to progress their careers and work towards achieving the highest possible standard in the scheme.

Key Accountabilities:

  • Lead the planning and delivery of the roofer level 2 apprenticeship standard, ensuring that all aspects teaching, learning and assessment (TLA) are implemented.
  • Ensure that the lesson plans, timetable, curricular and extracurricular activities provide an outstanding quality of education to meet the Ofsted Education Inspection Framework (EIF).
  • Provide support to develop the annual LTS Self-Assessment Report (SAR), Quality Improvement Plan (QIP), Ofsted, ESFA audits as required.
  • Oversee all aspects of the apprenticeship programme from initial employer engagement, on-boarding, initial assessment, eligibility checks, programme delivery (practical, theoretical including functional skills), progress reviews through to endpoint assessment.
  • Monitor curriculum performance (attendance, achievement rate, retention, learner, employer feedback) that informs decision making for learners and cohorts.
  • Support the Apprenticeship Manager (AM) to manage the day-day affairs of the Training Centre ensuring the classroom, practical space, risk assessment of the Centre provides an appropriate learning environment, PPE, tools, materials for apprentices, employers, and readiness for external stakeholders / inspection.
  • Obtain regular feedback from a variety of methods, reflective learning practices, 5-day review, surveys to inform improvements and for communication to learners, employers, parents, and carers.
  • To support the AM to maintain ESFA compliance with all on-boarding processes to ensure that all on-boarding paperwork is recorded effectively (Training Plan, Off the job delivery, skills scan)
  • To support quality and compliance procedures generally by ensuring that practices associated to the initial assessment, apprentice monitoring and progress tracking data is recorded to the systems (BKBS, PICS, Smart Assessor)
  • Work collaboratively with team members to ensure that employers are communicated with regularly to update on progress of the apprentice, 20% off the job hours, undertaking regular progress reviews that involves the workplace mentor, apprentice and to monitor the apprentices progress and at-risk learners.
  • Map the end-point assessment plan (EPA) to the apprenticeship delivery plan aligning knowledge skills behaviours (KSBs) to the course delivery.
  • Maintain a culture of continuous improvement informed by lesson walks, observations, CPD log and learner work scrutiny.


  • HABC Level 3 Award in Education & Training (QCF) (mandatory).
  • VTCT Level 3 Certificate on Assessing Vocational Achievement (QCF) (desirable).


  • Understanding and experience of National Vocational Qualifications.
  • Understanding of quality and compliance procedures (Education and Training).
  • Delivery of Training Programmes.
  • Extensive experience in designing and delivering training programmes.
  • Experience in mapping learning needs analysis.
  • Experience working in construction or the roofing industry.
  • Experience in evaluating the effectiveness and value for money of learning initiatives.


  • 25 days of holiday plus statutory bank holidays, including days over the Christmas shutdown.
  • Pension, Life Assurance, Incapacity benefit, Private Medical Insurance.
  • Employee Assistance Programme, Cycle-to-work Scheme, Free Eye Tests, Free Parking.

If you're passionate about education, compliance, and making a positive impact, apply now to be a part of a dynamic team.