Trainer and Assessor _ Medical Practice Assisting _ UNE Partnerships
Short Profile
UNE Partnerships provides specialised training in Practice Management, Project Management, Facilities Management, Business Management and Administration, Government/Public Sector and Training and Assessment. UNE Partnership is looking for a Trainer and Assessor to work within the discipline of Medical Practice Assisting. UNE Partnerships delivers course nationwide and there is flexibility in the base location for this role.
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Role Requirements

  • Certificate IV in Training and Assessment TAE40116 or Diploma level or higher qualification in Adult Education
  • Bachelor of Nursing or relevant qualification


  • Current or recent experience in Practice Management

The Key Duties of the role include

  • Evaluate the Individual training and assessment needs of students and work with UNE Partnerships staff to develop and implement individual support plans as needed.
  • Conduct assessment in accordance with the principles of assessment using the assessment tools provided by UNE Partnerships
  • Conduct RPL in accordance with the principles of assessment, the rules of evidence and the Recognition Policy.
  • Address queries from students and clients regarding the training product delivered or any relatedactivity.
  • Comply with organisational record keeping requirements including attendance and assessment outcomes records.
  • Ensure all equipment and training aids are serviceable and safe for operation and report any breakages or malfunctions immediately.
  • Perform duties in an ethical and professional manner ensuring a learning environment that is free from discrimination and harassment.
  • Report any legislative or organisational Policy breaches or non-compliance.
  • Undertake professional development to ensure currency of vocational and training skills and knowledge, provide evidence of participation in PD activities and participate in Performance Reviews annually or as required.
  • Ensure the Complaints and Appeals Policy and Procedure is adhered to in all instances of student or staff grievance.
  • Comply with Duty of Care WHS requirements to ensure a safe working environment for co- workers, students and other workplace personnel.
  • Meet organisational environmental sustainability requirements and ensure ethical environmental management of resources and waste.
  • Develop training plans, session plans and resource lists for training program as required.
  • Contextualise training and assessment resources appropriately for target group and individual students

Education & Credentials

  • Applicants must be an Australian Citizen, Permanent Resident or hold a long-term Visa which permits full time work.
  • The successful applicant may be required to obtain a National Police Check and/or a NSW Working with Children Check (WWCC).

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