Standard Verifiers NVQ - Senior Healthcare Support Worker- Children and Young People
Closing date:30 September 2019 at midnight
We are currently recruiting for our Senior Healthcare Support Worker - Children and Young People sector.
Purpose of this role:
Undertake sampling of assessment and internal verification decisions and records for competence-based qualifications within a Principal Subject Area (PSA) in order to affirm that national occupational standards have been achieved and upheld. Support, advise and guide centres based on the outcomes of the sampling process. Direct centres in the delivery of competence-based qualifications towards the achievement of national occupational standards.
Applicants must have significant experience of delivering and assessing NVQs at level 1-3, hold D32/D33 or A1 qualifications, and hold/be working towards the V1 or the Award in the Internal Quality Assurance of Assessment Processes and Practice.
A good working knowledge of the relevant specifications, and evidence of Continuous Professional Development (CPD) in the field of assessment and delivery of vocational qualifications are also required.
For competence-based qualifications for the sector(s) for which occupational competency is demonstrated, the Standards Verifier NVQ will:
In order to be considered for the role, you must be occupationally competent in Children and Young People Support. Please refer to attached Apprenticeship standards for guidance on specific requirements.
Children and young people (CYP 7) senior healthcare support workers look after neonates, babies, infants, children and young people in a range of settings; your duties will vary accordingly. You will support them with their healthcare needs. Your supervisor will be a registered healthcare practitioner, in most instances a registered nurse. You will work within guidelines and legislation designed to protect and support children and young people, recognising the different needs and rights they have at different ages and stages of their development. You will promote person and family-centred care, working in partnership with parents, families and other services and agencies.
Skills & Knowledge:
Any associate undertaking this role must:
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