Why Join PET-Xi?
Subject experts possess a degree in their subject and suitable teaching qualifications and the majority will have experience of marking exam papers.
The PET-Xi Methodology™ allows Experts to concentrate on the subject content, free from the concerns of engaging learners or identifying which ones may be struggling, as the balance of the team in the classroom are there to support them.
We select our Motivational Leads very carefully, from a group of ‘classroom tried and tested’ Learner Support staff.
They’re the best of the best, engagement specialists trained in proven methods to maintain momentum, pace, and intensity in the classroom.
The Motivational Lead is responsible for all aspects of the classroom, making sure each day flows well and learners get the maximum benefit from the time spent in the PET-Xi programme.
They are carefully assessed, must pass a PET-Xi internal examination on the subject area they’ll be working in and they must pass a live classroom trial before they’re allowed to join a team.
They are the eyes and ears of the team, watching, listening, and identifying learners who may not be fully engaged or are struggling with the subject content.
To deliver engaging and inspirational programmes leading to defined outcomes for young learners in accordance with PET-Xi’s company values and which meet prescribed internal and external standards, in accordance with the detailed specification agreed with the particular client.
Skills & Experience:
Previous experience in engaging with young peoples’ activities
Ability to engage with and inspire young learners by using appropriate training techniques and inter-personal skills
Create an appropriate learning environment and maintain a disciplinary framework by demonstrating a strong ‘presence’ in the classroom or venue
The ability to deliver learning under pressure with challenging learners
Engage effectively with the client at local level and actively respond to any complaints or concerns
Be capable of modifying delivery method or learner work plans when appropriate (self-reliance)
Be methodical & organised throughout the learning programme in order to deliver the required learning evidence at the conclusion of each programme to the standard required by the internal quality assurer
Basic user knowledge of Microsoft Office applications i.e.Word, Excel, PowerPoint.
Minimum GCSE English grade A-C or equivalent Level 2
Reports to: Centre Manager
Responsible for: Allocated Support Trainers (per course)
Follow the Rules and Procedures for Training Staff (outline descriptions follow):
• Deliver the agreed programme in accordance with the lesson plan
• Support collective team in sourcing & securing learner Work placements in funding timeframe
• Conducting H&S Assessments and Employer sign ups
• Conduct Placement monitoring visits & attendance register sign offs
• Complete a daily register of learners
• Complete a daily report email daily to PET-Xi Academy
• Ensure that every completing learner has an evidential Folder of Evidence ready for moderation where appropriate
• Complete Tutor sections of learner reviews. 4-6weeks apart, per learner
• CVs to be completed to standard in agreed timescale. To be sent to Centre Manager for finalisation/ sign off
• Support applications into positive progressions throughout programme. In agreed timeframe
• Provide supervision, guidance and training to the Support Trainers
• Ensure good housekeeping at the programme venue and compliance with local health and safety requirements
• Receive and respond to any comments or complaints received from the client and where possible take corrective action
• Where necessary refer complaints immediately to the Centre Manager
• Ensure care and security of equipment booked out e.g. laptops and ensure the return of equipment
• Participate in Training and Development as required.
• To be responsible for promoting and safeguarding the welfare of any children, young people and vulnerable adults the post holder may meet during your employment at PET-Xi Training Limited.
NB: This Description gives a broad explanation of the duties of this post, but these may vary over time.
The aim of the Restart Work Coach will be to contribute to the overall success of PET-Xi Restart programme supporting those who are unemployed into work. The Restart Work Coach will provide participants with a comprehensive set of support including career guidance, progression planning, employability skills including CV creation and provide access to employment.
Salary Range: £28,000 - £33,000 Dependent on experienceKey responsibilities include:
- The Restart Work Coach will be expected to work in collaboration with colleagues across PET-Xi and will need to maintain strong communication systems with a variety of internal and external stakeholders.
- Learner/participants and their carers/parents/advocates
- Staff members
- External employers
- Any other relevant links which need a relationship maintained
- To work in partnership with the wider PET-Xi team, local agencies and key stakeholders including; JCP, Statutory, Voluntary and Private organisations to identify individuals who are near work ready
- To engage with employers to secure work placements, guaranteed interviews, and employment opportunities for their clients.
- To engage, build trust and maintain effective rapport with a caseload of participants, providing inspiration, motivation, encouragement and co-ordination of all related support activities
- To work with participants to identify; personal and work barriers, job readiness, existing skills and experience, soft/key skills deficiencies, qualifications/training history, and work goals
- To proactively motivate and support participants with their Jobsearch activities, utilising comprehensive Jobsearch Tools to enable progression into employment and to work collaboratively with PET-Xi Employer Engagement Team and Senior Contract Managers to maximise opportunities for participants to gain skills and ultimately employment.
- Ensure participants expectations are realigned to future employment opportunities utilising Labour Market Information, vacancy trends and job boards
- To co-create an individual Into Work Plan, informed by the initial diagnostic,
- To utilise tools such as Career-Fit to provide career profiling and inform into work progression planning
- To adopt a holistic approach to supporting participants by identifying barriers that may impact on the participants’ progression towards work, such as; household income concerns, criminality, health & wellbeing, caring responsibilities, English as a second language etc.
- Actively support participants who are looking for employment, providing them with job search skills, support within work placements, training and support in order to facilitate their achievement of identified progression goals.
- Continually assess participants both formally and informally to create an adaptable, personalised employability plan.
- Provide motivation to drive individuals towards work including behavioural change management
- Coordinate with other appropriate areas of the business to ensuring that each person is provided with the appropriate levels of support and skills development.
- Working in partnership with the destination/tracking administrator ensure all candidates have progression follow up and tracking of destinations is monitored for 3-6 months post completion of a PET-Xi intervention
- Provide continual, appropriate support and guidance, ensuring the progression of participants after entering paid employment
- Work with those gaining employment to facilitate further skills development and develop them into work ambassadors for PET-Xi, and maintain an alumni of these ambassadors
- To develop and maintain in-depth knowledge of the local labour market
- Demonstrate innovative approaches to employer engagement to identify and secure potential opportunities for both paid employment and work experience placements.
- Work with the PET-Xi business engagement team to identify opportunities and match individuals to any appropriate vacancies.
- Gather and relay information between staff, employers, and other providers of work placements and to ensure progressions are secured.
- Develop partnerships with local organisations to facilitate referrals and additional support.
- Maintain necessary paperwork and documentation to support and evidence the progression using IT based systems as provided.