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  1. We are now advertising for a Trainer / Assessor at Pershore College, Worcestershire. The position involves training apprenticeship students in a variety of skills, including: Chainsaw Maintenance & Cross-cutting, Tree Felling, Tree Climbing & Aerial Rescue & Use of Chainsaw in Tree Using Free-fall Techniques, ready for their NPTC assessments. The role will also involve traveling to the apprentices to undertake periodic reviews at their workplace. Applicants will be expected to have industry experience and hold the relevant NPTC qualifications for the units you'll be teaching and instructing in. I've fought long and hard to raise salaries in the Arboricultural teaching sector and I'm pleased to say the salary will be £30,275 per per annum Please click the following link for job description and on-line application - https://apps.warkscol.ac.uk/AccessSelect.rEcruit/Recruitment/VacancyDetails.aspx?VacNo=5477 If you'd like an informal chat, please feel free to give me a call on 07789 501336
  2. Hi, Dose anyone have any experience with the advanced Arb and Forestry course at SRUC (Scottish Rural Educational College) in Dumfries? I have heard mixed reviews about the quality of the teaching and the organisation there. I would be interested to hear if anyone here has first hand experience of the course and when it was that you where there. What where the good and bad points? Thanks...
  3. Lecturer in Arboriculture – Crystal Palace (3 days week) Salary: £11,113.80 to £19,938.60 plus £1122.60 LW Our client is looking to recruit a Lecturer in Arboriculture to be based at Crystal Palace. It is a part time post for 3 days per week. The days of the week to be worked currently are Monday – Wednesday. Capel Manor College is the leading land based college in London and we are looking to appoint a person who will lead our arboriculture lectures and instruction in Crystal Palace Park. The candidate we are looking for will have a passion for tree surgery and the science behind arboriculture and is happy to get stuck in and help out on administrative tasks. About the College Capel Manor College in Greater London, is a vocational college delivering courses in Arboriculture and Countryside, Animal Care and Saddlery, Floristry and Balloon Artistry, Garden Design and Horticulture. Key Duties: • Participate in the teaching, administration and assessment of arboriculture courses offered by the College (to include its centres in North, East and Central London as appropriate) and assisting with the Quality Assurance (QA) process. • Co-ordinate in conjunction with the Deputy and Head of School, Arboriculture and Countryside the practical elements of course provision e.g. acquiring work sites, transport of students equipment and providing materials. • Undertake course management as required, prepare work schedules, manage VLE pages, co-ordinate assessment procedures and prepare course reports and statistics as required by the College as part of the quality assurance programme and maintain student records and course files including up-to-date schemes of work. • Assist in the development and establishment of flexi-study and Distance/Open Learning courses as appropriate. • Participate in the development, organisation and delivery of new educational and curricular initiatives undertaken by the College as appropriate. For a comprehensive list of duties, please refer to the College Job Description. Essential Criteria: • Minimum of 1 year industrial experience. • Level 3 Diploma in Arboriculture or related award (minimum). • Teaching qualification (support will be given to gain accreditation). • Assessor awards (training will be provided to achieve these). • Effective communication and organisation skills. • Sound administrative skills. • To work on own initiative as well as part of a team. • To be able to instruct and assess practical skills in arboriculture. Start date: ASAP Closing date: 18.09.14 This post is subject to an enhanced DBS disclosure and barring list check as it is within regulated activity due to Capel Manor College being defined as a ‘specified place’. Capel Manor College aims to employ a workforce which reflects the community it serves. Therefore applications from minority groups are welcomed. The College is a Two Ticks Employer (Positive About Disabled People) and therefore where applicants indicate they have a disability and meet the essential criteria in the person specification, they will be short-listed for interview. Capel Manor College is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children, young people and vulnerable adults and expects all staff to share this commitment. It is anticipated that candidates who progress from the application stage will be asked to attend the College for an interview within three weeks of the closing date. Therefore, if you do not hear from the College within that time you may assume that your application has been unsuccessful. If you are interested in this vacancy, please send an e-mail to [email protected] You will then be sent the full Job Description, Person Specification and College application form, to be completed and returned before the advertised close date. Please note that the College will not accept CV's in place of completed applications.


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