We are currently offering online and limited classroom courses within Leicestershire. If you are unable to attend a course online and wish to book a classroom course, please contact our customer care team on 0116 305 8787 to discuss this option further.
Recruitment: Self-employed Trainers – for Classroom and Online Training Courses
We are looking to recruit trainers who have experience in face-to-face classroom training and online virtual course delivery.
As a self-employed trainer you will be required to have excellent presentation and interpersonal skills. Be able to undertake a challenging and varied role providing training for the public across the different course types we offer. Ensuring you deliver a high-quality experience for the clients through professional course delivery.
Trainer Person Specification and Profile:
Firstly, if you are interested in becoming an NDORS licenced trainer you will need to check you meet the trainer qualifications and profile set out by UKROEd the national course body:
If you meet the needed qualifications and profile to become an NDORS Licence trainer, here are a few other details on what you can expect…
Other Trainer Requirements:
Trainers will need to be able to deliver courses in both in-person classroom settings and an online virtual course setting.
For Classroom courses you would be expected to travel and deliver our UKROEd accredited courses at face-to-face venues around the Leicestershire and Rutland area. Classroom courses are delivered with one trainer with up to 12 clients, or two trainers with up to 24 clients.
Online courses would require you to deliver the virtual courses of up to 9 clients, from your own private location. Trainers delivering online courses would be expected to have:
- A tablet, laptop or desktop with microphone and camera.
- Reliable internet connection capable of streaming videos in high quality.
- An additional device which enables you to register and update client’s attendance during the course online.
- To obtain and pay for your own Zoom account, which is the chosen digital platform for delivering online courses at DEW.
- Good IT skills, the ability to work alone and resolve any IT issues you or the clients may have during the course.
You will also need:
- A valid first aid certificate
- a Disclosure and Barring Service (Enhanced) Certificate, for both Children and Adults barring list and registered with the yearly checking service.
- To hold a full Driving Licence.
- Public Liability Insurance – All NDORS Trainers must have this in place to carry out their courses to the value of £2m for each and every claim.
Training Requirements to become an NDORS Trainer:
We will offer full training to enable you to obtain your national UKROEd course delivery licence. This is normally around a day’s training per course type with an assessment of your learning. Along with some additional training in relation to local venue requirements for classroom courses and Zoom security training for online courses which would be a few hours per session.
We will also offer additional training for any course required by both UKROEd and Leicestershire County Council, such as first aid and health and safety training. This training will be a mixture of in-person and online training courses.
All trainers will be expected to attend, complete and keep the required training up to date. Trainers will be required to carry this out in their own time, but all training will be provided free of charge and funded by the Driver Education Workshops.
What we offer:
Once fully trained we offer a competitive rate of pay at £102.50 per course presented, with a maximum of 3 courses per day, running from 8:30am up until 8:30pm. Courses offered to Trainers depend on course demand and the availability you offer us. As trainers are self-employed, it would be your responsibility to register and file your own annual tax and NI returns, for all payments received from the Driver Education Workshops.
You would be expected to provide us with your availability as far as 6 months ahead. With courses allocated monthly, normally 3 to 6 months in advance.
Also, once you have obtained your NDORS Trainer Licence, another perk will be that this licence enables you to carry out work for any other UKROEd course provider anywhere in the country.
What Happens Next:
We will be in touch with you when carrying out our next recruitment drive. As long as you meet all the needed criteria as detailed in your CV, we will arrange to meet you for an interview. If successful we will begin your training process and help you along your journey to becoming a fully licenced NDORS Trainer.
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