The Australia Pacific Training Coalition (APTC) provides Australian standard training qualifications across the Pacific and forms partnerships and coalitions with TVET stakeholders to achieve training outcomes and reforms of the Pacific TVET system. APTC is currently pivoting to support the Pacific Island Countries to respond to the impacts of COVID-19. As an employee of APTC, you will be part of a leading provider of further education and training committed to quality teaching, a safe working environment and delivering real outcomes for our students.
The APTC has country offices established in Fiji, Vanuatu, PNG, Samoa and the Solomon Islands. The Country Offices are supported by a range of services provided from the regional office located in Suva, Fiji.
In your role as a Trainer you will be required to assess students’ knowledge and skills against the competencies of the relevant training package qualifications, develop training plans and deliver training in both on the job and off the job situations. This position will be based in Tonga.
To be successful in this role you must have:
- TAE40116 Certificate IV in Training and Assessment or equivalent including the LLN unit (TAELLN411), assessment unit (TAEASS502) and Australian vocational qualification, to the level being delivered, or above.
- Recognised teaching qualification which includes study in Language, Literacy and Numeracy, English as a Second Language (ESL) or English OR a degree with at least two years’ study in linguistics, communication, ESL or literacy and numeracy.
- Recent relevant teaching experience delivering English language or Language, Literacy and Numeracy for a minimum of two years, preferably in an adult vocational learning environment
- Current knowledge of Standards for Registered Training Organisations 2015 and experience of a wide range of flexible and effective learning methodologies and ability to implement these in a cultural and gender sensitive manner to adult learners and experience in vocational training, learning and assessment.
- Demonstrated skills in mentoring and/or coaching others, preferably in a culturally diverse context.
- Demonstrated interpersonal, communication, report writing and file management skills including the ability to relate effectively, collaboratively and ethically to staff, students and other stakeholders (including the ability to liaise with industry and partner institutions).
APTC is committed to diversity and inclusion and encourages qualified female and male candidates from all religious and ethnical background, including persons living with disabilities to apply.