Apprentice Trainer




Anita Dale






Flexible working, childcare offers, medical services, employee discounts, on-site parking, catering facilities, sports & health opportunities

Start Date

An experienced Trainer is sought by a leading manufacturing organisation to train apprentices in their training centre based in Uxbridge.

The Role:

As an Apprentice Trainer, you will be responsible for the delivery of courses covering the technical and practical elements of heavy vehicle maintenance and repair from a centre equipped with the  tools, equipment and vehicles of the organisation’s manufacturing client.

The training combines nationally recognised qualifications with the manufacturer´s practices and procedures to ensure training is aligned to meet the needs of their busy dealerships. There is element of functional skills that will be delivered to ensure apprentices gain a full framework qualification. Your day to day duties will include:

  • To support the Manufacturer Advanced Apprentice Programme delivery, by working closely with all associated personnel. This is a critical role within the delivery and development of the Learner culminating in Framework completion and occupational competency for the Manufacturer.
  • Deliver training and education in compliance with the agreed scheme of work specified quality standards.
  • Carry out welfare and Learner Review visits to specified quality standards.
  • Monitor Learner Health & Safety within the training environment and their workplace.
  • Assess candidates against agreed VCQ, Functional Skills & VRQ standards of competence using a range of assessment methods. This will included electronic or manual logging of portfolio evidence to ensure timely and accurate Learner Progression.
  • Assess candidates working towards New Standards.
  • Assist when requested to the Learner Recruitment process in order to create vacancies, match, assess and interview prospective learners.
  • Carry out induction of new Learners
  • Ensure pastoral care is given to all learners in compliance with Bosch rules and the Loco Parentis policy.
  • Ensure that Programme Administrators are notified of Learner absence promptly.
  • Invigilate electronic on-line testing and report results to ensure timely and accurate Learner Progression.
  • Monitor and update all allocated Individual Learning Plans to ensure timely and accurate Learner Progression.
  • Prioritise and manage your own time to meet all schedules and target deadlines.
  • Monitor and ensure progression of your own Continual Professional Development.
  • Contribute to the internal quality assurance of the Advanced Apprenticeship Programme.

The successful Apprentice Trainer will demonstrate:

  • Experience and relevant qualifications in Automotive occupational areas.
  • Experience and relevant qualifications in Automotive occupational areas.
  • O level / Key Skills Level 2 standard of education in English and Mathematics.
  • Training and Assessor qualifications (or willing to work towards).
  • Able to work to tight deadlines in regional and customer sites.
  • IT literate.
  • Valid, clean driving licence and willingness to travel to regional and customer sites.


  • Excellent salary
  • Childcare offers
  • Medical services
  • employee discounts
  • Various sports and health opportunities
  • On-site parking
  • Catering facilities
  • Access to local public transport
  • Room for creativity
  • Urban infrastructures
  • Rural surroundings






United Kingdom



Job Type:



Full Time

R4T on Twitter R4T on Facebook R4T on LinkedIn