What you’ll do
We are passionate about our people. At Specsavers we support our colleagues to be the best they can be.
Our ethos is to offer inspiring development and fantastic opportunities to help our 37,000 store, support office and supply chain colleagues continue to make a difference, either by serving customers or supporting partners and their teams.
Main Purpose of the Team
Support the business to help develop the talent it requires through Apprenticeships.
Main Purpose of the Role
This role is responsible for delivering structured coaching sessions with a caseload average of 40 apprentices to increase the skills and knowledge required to perform their expected role (Optical Assistant, Spectacle Maker & Customer Service) this includes supporting the apprentice to improve numeracy and literacy skills. This role will also include reviewing what instore learning has taken place and delivering high quality, engaging 121 face to face virtual sessions.
Build and maintain strong relationships to create open communication channels with store Partners and managers to inform and update on learner progress and ongoing feedback.
Plan and carry out store face to face sessions to agree and plan the individual learning plan.
Review and monitor instore learning to meet 20% off the job requirements
Use a variety of teaching, learning and assessment tools to deliver interactive 121 virtual coaching sessions to support the colleague to progress in line with the learning plan.
Identify and address with colleague and store any areas for support and lack of progress to ensure colleagues progress in line with their planned completion date.
Support colleagues to complete numeracy and literacy learning to maintain or improve functional skills Maths and English if required as part of the Apprenticeship.
Actively promote Safeguarding / Prevent / Health and Safety/British Values / Equality and Diversity within the apprenticeship programmes
Identify and support development needs by working collaboratively with store Partners to ensure required standard is met
Ensure the apprentice and store are fully prepared for the End Point Assessment process
Maintain high quality records to ensure all funding requirements are evidenced
Accurately complete and keep up to date records for each learner
Maintain occupational competence and ensure all mandatory training is completed and up to date to maintain Continual Professional Development (CPD)
Take part and contribute to standardisation and development meetings ensuring the Apprenticeship delivery and processes maintains the highest level of consistency
Contribute to the self-assessment process of the Programme.
Key Skills, Ability & Experience
GCSE A_C Maths & English qualification or equivalent
At least 2 years work experience in Optics to include basic Lab experience
Passion to coach and develop people
Experience delivering face to face virtual 121 or group sessions
Strong communication and negotiation skills
Effective organisational & time management skills
Proven ability to achieve targets / objectives
Proficient in using Microsoft Office packages i.e. Word, Excel, Power point
Experience in building and maintaining relationships with stakeholders
Clean driving licence and ability to drive and travel regionally