Over the last 20 years, Intelligent Training Solutions has provided high-quality training programs, both accredited and non-accredited, across Australia to individual businesses, large organisations, private and public secondary schools, government agencies, associations and community groups.
Delivering first aid courses in the Victorian community for 20 years, Intelligent Training Solutions is a registered training provider (RTO) with a strong focus on the quality of our delivery, student support, and customer service. We are a dynamic business with a solid commitment to successful training outcomes for all our clients, students, and the communities that we work in. Our approach is to work with individuals and employers to provide training solutions for our students current and future needs and their workplaces and or community groups.
We pride ourselves on our courses, ensuring that our materials, equipment, and delivery methods remain current and in line with the latest industry practices and technologies. We are proud of our vast and diverse client base therefore we take every reasonable opportunity to improve ourselves as an organisation and contextualise our course content, delivery, and assessments methods to suit the individual needs of our groups or clients.
ABOUT THIS OPPORTUNITY
A position(s) has opened for talented and passionate first aid trainer(s) who wish to make a genuine and rewarding contribution to the community in a permanent or casual role. This position will require you to deliver and assess, at minimum, units such as, but not limited to:
HLTAID009 – Provide cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR)
HLTAID011 – Provide first aid
HLTAID012 – Provide first aid in an education and care setting
As a first aid trainer, you will have the opportunity to be part of a business that respects its team, clients and students. We believe in and support an inclusive work culture and promote a student-first approach to education and training. You will be delivering first aid training to corporate and public clients in accordance with the Australian Qualifications Framework (AQF).
If you are a passionate educator and trainer, with the ability to engage and support participants from various backgrounds and skills levels, we would love to speak with you. We are keen to support and help grow the skill levels of the right applicant(s) in this position. Applicants with a background in education and training, health profession, aged care, early childhood care, workplace health and safety and other related fields are welcome and encouraged to apply.
Flexibility in your job role may be required from time to time as it may be necessary to undertake other duties not listed within this position decsription. It is our policy to develop a multi-skilled workforce across our organisation. It is envisaged that this position will be developed so all involved can grow professionally and profitably.
ESSENTIAL SKILLS AND ATTRIBUTES (Selection Criteria)
The following are a list of the essential skills and attributes required for this position
TAE40116 Certificate IV in Training and Assessment. If you hold a TAE40110, we may be prepared to provide you with upgrade training
Experience in the provision of first aid or health care, and a sound understanding of the principles of First Aid
Demonstrated ability to deliver engaging training to groups
Minimum availability of 3 days per week and able to work Saturday’s
Self-motivated and flexible to work independently and as part of a team
Outstanding customer service focus and strong communication skills
Highly organised and reliable
Current drivers licence, reliable and roadworthy vehicle
Willingness to travel within metropolitan and regional Victoria
Willingness to undertake a current Police Check and Working with Children’s Check
LOCATION OF WORK
This position will primarily require you to work in Regional Victoria (Gisborne, Kyneton, Lancefield, Romsey, Riddells Creek, Bendigo, Daylesford, Trentham, Sunbury) and throughout Metropolitan Melbourne.
For some background information, Intelligent Training Solutions delivers first aid courses throughout Victoria and for specific corporate clients in Queensland, New South Wales, ACT and South Australia so interstate travel is an option but not required for this position.
Any person who accepts this position must be willing and flexible to work in the various locations. We encourage any potential applicant to view our website for an understanding of how and where we operate.
Prior to and after each class, you will be required to pick up and drop off paperwork and equipment from either our East Keilor Office or our Riddells Creek Office.
Your covering letter will need to include answers to the following questions:
Have you completed Certificate IV in Training and Assessment (TAE40116)? If yes, when and through which education provider?
Do you have experience in training, presenting and providing learning to groups of people? If yes, please outline your experience.
Do you have a current Drivers licence and a clean driving record?
Will you be available for a minimum of 2 to 3 days per week? This includes a Saturday.
Are you willing to travel across CBD and regional Victoria?
What is your expected hourly rate?
If you are interested in this position, we encourage you to send in your resume with an attached covering letter detailing your experience in relation to the duty statement which is available to download below. Please send all applications to firstname.lastname@example.org. Applications are due to close on the 21st of January 2022.
Applicants who meet the essential skills and attributes listed above will be contacted and asked to attend an interview with the CEO and Training Manager at our training venue located at Unit 7, 16a Keilor Park Drive, East Keilor, Vic 3033
BENEFITS OF WORKING AT INTELLIGENT TRAINING SOLUTIONS
Flexible work/life balance
A friendly and supportive culture and work environment
Opportunities for career growth
Commitment to your own learning and development and much, much more!
HOW TO PREPARE FOR YOUR INTERVIEW
As part of the applicant assessment process, a selection panel will conduct an interview with all the shortlisted applicants. To perform at your best, we recommend you consider the following:
Know exactly when and where your interview will be held and give yourself enough time to get there without rushing.
Consider how you may answer an ‘ice-breaker’ or ‘getting to know you’ question.
Try to anticipate some of the questions that the interview panel may ask you in relation to the selection criteria for the position.
Prepare and practice examples to respond to possible questions that would align with the selection criteria.
Prepare some questions that you might ask the interview panel regarding the position.
THE INTERVIEW PROCESS
The interview gives the selection panel a chance to seek further information about your experience and helps them to assess your suitability for the position and area of work.
You will be asked to provide specific examples that demonstrate how you meet the selection criteria and the panel will score each applicant according to how well they meet each selection criterion. You will also be asked some general ‘ice-breaker’ questions that won’t relate to the criteria. These questions give you the opportunity to express your motivation, personality and demonstrate what you’re like as a person and as a professional employee.
During the interview, you will be provided with a realistic job preview and the opportunity to ask questions relating to the job itself as well as the rest of the recruitment process.
Our interviews are usually conducted face-to-face but we can consider video-conference interviews where appropriate.
Should you require further support due to special needs or consideration, please contact our training manager Cameron Gutterson, on email@example.com.
You will be contacted with an outcome of your application. Unsuccessful applications will receive an email to the address supplied in the application.
If you’re successful, you will need to supply proof of your relevant qualifications, which we will verify before making a formal offer. We will also complete reference checks at this time. We will only contact referees when required as part of the decision-making process by the panel.
Assuming all goes well, you’ll receive an initial verbal offer. After verbally accepting this offer, we’ll issue a formal offer of employment via email.
If you have not received your formal offer within a reasonable timeframe, we recommend getting in touch with the contact person listed on the advertisement for an update.