Casual Aged Care and Disability Lecturers
South Regional TAFE Casual Aged Care and Disability Lecturers Casual rates $52.91, $81.73, $94.27 per hour
Pool Ref SRL087.22P
2022-07-04 4:00 PM
South Regional TAFE is seeking applications from suitably qualified people who are interested in casual lecturing in the areas of Individual Support and/or Aged Care or Disability within our Katanning Campus.
There is no guarantee of work; the aim is to develop a register of casual staff for relief purposes for employees on leave over the 2022 year.
About the College South Regional TAFE delivers a wide range of nationally recognised programs throughout the Great Southern and South West regions of Western Australia. The college delivers courses on site, online and in the workplace, and operates 12 campuses from Bunbury to Esperance and from Albany to Narrogin.
This significant role enables the college to respond to community and industry expectations in respect to the provision of vocational education and training qualifications. Employees benefit from a broad range of professional development opportunities.
South Regional TAFE is committed to being an equitable and diverse employer and encourages applications from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples, people from culturally diverse backgrounds, young people and people with disability.
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About the role The lecturer’s primary role is to teach, facilitate learning, assess and mentor students in accordance with relevant curriculum and/or training package requirements.
Lecturers also undertake Professional Activities and Activities Related to Delivery. In order to maintain quality educational services, lecturers are required to keep abreast of technological and other developments in their field through professional development to provide up-to-date information and advice to the College and industry, where appropriate.
Relevant Qualification and Experience To be eligible for employment applicants must hold a current Certificate III in Individual Support (Aged Care and/or Disability), and have a minimum of 5 years working in the area of expertise.
It is preferred that candidates already possess the minimum credentials required for trainers and assessors to deliver accredited vocational education and training (VET), as stipulated at 1.14 of the or can demonstrate progression towards a relevant qualification.
South Regional TAFE prefers lecturers to hold the Certificate IV in Training and Assessment TAE40116, or TAE40110 and the additional units of competency in Schedule 1, Item 2 of the
Applicants who do not yet hold the minimum required VET credentials are still eligible to apply, however the recommended candidate may be required to obtain Certificate IV in Training and Assessment TAE40116 prior to appointment, irrespective of holding other adult education qualifications.