|Job Title||Training Instructor Mechanical - Typhoon|
|Job Published||4 months ago|
Key aspects of the Training Instructor – Mechanical role includes:
- Preparation and delivery of the allocated course in accordance with the authorised Syllabus, and associated materials, in line the training schedule within the Training Management Information System (TMIS).
Invigilating and marking examinations and assessments and marking assessments.
The continuous assessment, evaluation and reporting of trainee progress.
Developing, maintaining and managing the competencies of Squadron personnel; these specific roles are detailed in the following Job Specifications:
- Ensuring that trainees use appropriate Personal Protection Equipment (PPE) and observe safety precautions and procedures during practical training.
- Ensuring that equipment pre-use checks are carried out and associated approved data is available before training commences.
- Ensuring training is conducted safely and that training areas, including training aids, classrooms, workshops and ground instructional / operational aircraft are left in a safe condition.
Maintaining discipline of your allocated trainees at all times; this includes break times and during changeover between training areas.
Reporting trainee absences to your Training Instructor Supervisor and/or Head of Maintenance.
Training Instructors are expected to fulfil specific roles in support of the QTTF (when appointed by the Training Instructor Supervisor):
Training aircraft and equipment coordinator.
Other duties as determined by the Training Instructor Supervisor.
Development and maintenance of their own Instructor competencies.
- Actively commit to continuous improvement as an integral part of the primary duties by identifying and reporting course deficiencies (omissions and/or inaccuracies) and improvements to the training system and materials to the Training Instructor Supervisor.
Formal Training will occur within the Qatar Typhoon Training Facility (QTTF) augmented by mentored training within the operational environment. The role also includes the duties of the Squadron Training Cell to develop, maintain and manage the competencies of Squadron personnel.
Possess a Training Qualification at Level 3 or above e.g. Level 3 Award in Education & Training, Level 4 Certificate in Education & Training, Level 5 Diploma in Education & Training.
Possess a minimum recognised qualification to NVQ3/ONC level in a relevant aircraft maintenance discipline, or suitable equivalent.
Recent in-depth experience, to a level appropriate for their role, within a Maintenance & Support environment (typically a minimum of 5 years), including direct experience of supporting Training activities.
Understands the Regulatory Framework and its applicability to the training system, processes and activities.
Minimum of 2 years’ experience of delivering aircraft Type training and having operational knowledge and understanding of instructional delivery and mentoring activities, and the associated business’ key performance metrics.
Undertakes a range of work requiring a professional understanding of Training structures and processes.
Experienced generalist applies understanding within and across a professional area of knowledge, including how solutions are developed and implemented. Self-sufficient in all common aspects of Training.
Undertakes the more complex professional work of an area, provides a service to the Training team.