Trainer and Assessor – Mental Health NextEd Group Limited

JOB DESCRIPTION

Mental Health Trainer & Assessor

Celtic Training Institute Pty Ltd. RTO: 40179 part of the NextEd Group.

The NextEd Group (ASX:NXD) is one of the largest listed private education
organizations in Australia. NextEd provides education and learning experiences to more than 25,000 students each year via 10 campuses in Australia and 16 recruitment offices around the world. The group delivers
high quality courses across the English Language, Vocational and Higher Education sectors, to both domestic and international students. We share a vision to unleash potential through inspiring learning and experiences, ensuring graduates are equipped with the skills to fulfil their personal and
career ambitions.

An opportunity is now available for a Trainer and Assessor to join our national training team. Candidates will be able to deliver Certificate IV in Mental Health.

You will be joining a flourishing RTO with an established reputation for producing quality, industry-ready graduates.

We are seeking someone with current knowledge and current skills in mental health. Ideally, we looking for an experienced trainer who is passionate about quality student experiences, understands the importance of complying to industry standards and works well as part of a team. 

To be considered for this role, you will:

  • Hold a qualification in Certificate IV Mental Health with the ability to demonstrate current industry currency
  • Have academic teaching experience in VET, including developing training materials, face to face delivery, student engagement and student assessment
  • Demonstrate commitment to developing your teaching expertise, including your understanding of teaching and learning technologies (LMS experience essential)
  • Have experience updating student records and marking assessments in a timely manner in accordance with Celtic Training’s compliance procedures
  • Have experience working in a cross-cultural environment and dedicating yourself to supporting students from diverse backgrounds
  • Commit to ongoing professional development and maintaining industry and Vocational currency.
  • Conduct work placement visits.
  • A commitment to customer service and a willingness to go above and beyond your role for quality student outcomes.

Selection criteria are as follows:

  • Candidates must hold TAE40116 Certificate IV in Training and Assessment
  • Demonstrated experience in vocational education and training
  • Vocational qualifications that are equal to or above what is being delivered
  • Relevant experience and industry currency in the area that is being trained and assessed
  • Strong level of interpersonal skills, verbal and written communication and organisational skills
  • A current Working with Children Check—Employee 

The NextEd Values are:

BE BOLD – Courageous and forward-thinking people who are inspired to deliver and support impactful innovation and growth strategies.

BE INCLUSIVE – Diverse and engaged teams who are agile, connected and aligned to putting collective success before individual achievements.

BE RESPECTFUL – Honest and considerate people who show gratitude for the efforts of others and take responsibility for their actions.

BE EXCELLENT – Passionate and results driven people who are renowned for delivering great student experiences and outcomes.

Employee Benefits:

  • Salary – competitive compensation package.
  • Company holiday – enjoy NextEd Day, an additional paid annual leave day during the Christmas / New Year holiday season.
  • Go-1 – access to comprehensive learning and development library with thousands of online courses.
  • EAP – access to councellors from the company’s Employee Assistance Program, Uprise. 
  • Discounts & benefits – save hundreds with our HRIS, Employment Hero’s discounts & benefits – groceries, movie vouchers, health insurance and much more.

JOB SUMMARY

Organisation

NextEd Group Limited

Job Salary

Casual/Vacation