Your primary role is to deliver a range of Aviation security courses in line with the content of the syllabus and to maintain an industry leading standard across all training deliverables. This position carries with it significant responsibility and requires both diligence and attention to detail to ensure that all aspects of course delivery, development, training objectives and lesson planning are to the exacting standards Redline request of all its staff. You will be required to work alone, without supervision, as well as within a team of dedicated and consummate professionals. As part of this role, you will be expected to manage and maintain your resources such as training aids and courseware and to keep them up to date in accordance with company policy.
The responsibilities outlined below will include, but not limited to the following.
a. Ensure certification (CIN) with the CAA remains current and valid.
b. Become a subject matter expert for all aviation security disciplines and any other discipline required of you by Redline in pursuance of its portfolio, growth, customer requirements and development.
c. Identify any CPD needs and ensure they stay up to date with developments in Aviation Security.
d. Comply with all policies and procedures.
e. Attend and contribute to team standardisation meetings.
f. Writing and delivering training lessons using PowerPoint, White boards, Videos, training aids etc.
g. Writing and development of lesson plans to include the content of the UK NASP and the relevant directions for each session delivered.
h. Writing and developing assessment tasks and submitting for internal quality assurance, making changes to assessment tasks and decisions as required.
i. Develop a scheme of work showing how the syllabus content will be delivered.
j. Provide an induction for all delegates.
k. Be proactive with regard to courseware amendment and updates.