Trainer, Language Assessment Training Services (LASS and NLATS)

Organization NameJob CategoriesPosition TypeRegion and Location(s)Career LevelSalaryAd Online SinceApplication Deadline
Centre for Education & Training
  • Education: Teaching / Training
Casual / On Call
  • Ontario - Mississauga
  • Ontario - Peel Region
Experienced (Non-manager)$34.23(Hourly)2019-03-132019-03-29
2019-QCIC-010

POSITION:

Trainer,   Language Assessment Training Services (LASS and NLATS)

TERMS OF EMPLOYMENT:

Casual

LOCATION:

Across Ontario (LASS) and across Canada (NLATS)

REPORTING TO:

Project Managers, LASS and NLATS

START DATE:

April 8, 2019

END DATE:

March 31, 2020

SCHEDULE:

Varies

HOURS:

Varies

HOURLY RATE:

$34.23 (plus 4% vacation pay)

BENEFITS:

No

SUMMARY: Reporting to the Project Manager, the Casual Trainer will provide effective and measurable training, certification and recalibration in administration of CLBA /CLBA-LL / ELTPA assessment tools for language assessors across Ontario/Canada.

DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Assist in preparation of training material
  • Deliver effective and measurable training sessions in administration of CLB-based assessment tools, and follow up as needed
  • Deliver professional development workshops on assessment tools when required
  • Evaluate training effectiveness and recommend modifications to training model
  • Respond to and resolve inquiries related to assessment tool construct, content, administration and scoring principles
  • Provide effective coaching and feedback to trainees
  • Complete comprehensive training reports following each session
  • Other duties as required

QUALIFICATIONS

  • Certification, demonstrated knowledge of, and minimum of three (3) years’ experience in adult language assessment using CLBA / CLBA-LL / ELTPA assessment tools
  • Thorough understanding of Canadian Language Benchmarks
  • Recognized TESL Qualifications; TESL Ontario or TESL Canada Accreditation
  • Post-secondary degree in a related field and/or equivalent experience
  • Good understanding of National Language Placement and Progression Guidelines
  • Excellent presentation style and ability to communicate effectively
  • Solid understanding of group dynamics and adult learning principles
  • Diplomacy and sensitivity in feedback provision and coaching
  • Sensitivity to the diverse needs of adult learners
  • Strong interpersonal, problem solving and organizational skills
  • Ability to co-train and train independently
  • Excellent communication skills in oral and written English
  • Availability, flexibility and adaptability
  • Proficient in Microsoft Office, Windows Operating Systems and the internet
  • Familiarity with electronic media (videos, Tutela, Adobe Connect, webinar platforms for training purposes)
  • Ability to t

    To apply:

    Please submit your covering letter and resume to Human Resources

    Via Career section of TCET’s website:

    https://hr.tcet.com/TcetJobs.aspx

    ravel to various locations across Ontario / Canada

 

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