Do you have skills in manufacturing or design within the frame and truss industry?
Are you comfortable standing up the front of a classroom and have great communication skills?
If so, please read on as we need you!
Within the timber frame and truss industry, we only have 2 RTO’s (TABMA Training and Timber Training Creswick) and 1 GTO (TABMA Training) who has our qualifications on their scope to help fabricators upskill their workforce and employ trainees, however, both are short on trainers and we are looking for people who want a new career or simply are looking at contracting out their skills.
Thanks to the office of the Victorian Skills Commissioner, a new short course in Timber Systems Design is ready to roll out in Victoria, however, we can’t roll out the training due to a lack of trainers.
Timber Training Creswick is looking for a suitably experienced person to conduct the Timber Systems Design short course and help with the delivery of both Certificates III and IV in Timber building systems design for our sector moving forward.
So, what skills do you need to make a good trainer:
- High level technical skills in the subjects to be taught.
- Willingness to pass on those skills to the best of your ability.
- Willingness to learn new technical skills as industry adopts them and pass them on to learners.
- Ability to communicate with learners, peers and senior management of industry and RTO’s.
- Desire/passion to see every learner achieve the skills needed for their work.
- Attention to detail to ensure learner assessments and records are completed and submitted promptly.
No matter where you live in Australia, if you are looking for a new career or are simply interested in contracting out your services, we want to hear from you now. You don’t necessarily need the qualifications such as TAE to start with, just the skills outlined below to work which will enable you to work with TTC to help deliver this important training for our sector.
If you are interested, please complete the Trainer Expression of Interest, at your earliest convenience so we can begin to roll out the Timber Systems Design training for our industry.