Our client is an international organisation within the defence sector who is looking to hire a Training Standards and Governance Coordinator who will act as the internal/external point of contact for their Training Facility ensuring the ongoing quality of the delivered training programmes are adhered too in accordance with the programme structure and corporate governance guidelines.
About the role
Accountabilities include maintaining and defining a series of standard operating policies and procedures to maintain appropriate levels of governance and quality of output for the training programmes. You will manage application and maintenance of governing practices and standards; capture course feedback and debriefs for internal validation and establishing a framework and schedule for the acquisition of external validation information. You will present both internal/external validation trending information and provide recommendations to management and instructors, manage contract performance management, attend audit meetings and follow up on non-conformances identified during the audit. In addition, you will monitor and drive reporting on Quality Observation, Non-Compliance, Maintenance Error Management, Actions and Maintenance Error Decision Aid as well as investigations.
The successful candidate will have hands-on training experience within a classroom environment or will have been part of a dedicated training organisation. You will have a detailed understanding of SAT, applicable policies/guidelines and experience in their implementation, as well as a solid understanding of the Regulatory Framework and its applicability to the training system, processes and activities. Operational knowledge and understanding of instructional delivery and mentoring activities and the associated business’ key performance metrics. Training Qualification (Level 3 or above) and a Certificate in Observation of Teaching and Learning (Level 4 or above) would be desirable but not essential. Experience within the military/defence sector would be preferred.