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Trainer for Chye Thiam Maintenance

Posted By: jobsxxxx561

Date: Thu, 19 Jan 2017

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Trainer for Chye Thiam Maintenance
Assistant Executive (Training & Audit)
Chye Thiam Maintenance Pte Ltd – Singapore
Responsibilities:


Conduct training and Environmental Cleaning courses for multiple locations in Singapore
Ensure quality assurance and service standards are met during training delivery and assessment
Design and Develop refresher modules from conceptualization to course accreditation
Translation of courseware materials as and when required
Conduct quality and safety site inspection on sites and follow up on reports and corrective measures
Other duties and projects as assigned
Requirements:


Diploma or Certificate in related service fields (e.g. Landscape, Security, Environmental cleaning, other services)
ACTA or relevant training certified candidates are preferred
Min 2 years working experience in service or cleaning environment as Supervisor/ Executive/Trainer
Independent with strong leadership and communication abilities
Job Type: Full-time


Required education:


Diploma/Certificate
Required experience:


supervisor: 1 year
trainer: 1 year
ACTA: 1 year


Apply to Chye Thiam Maintenance Pte Ltd


Instead of ACTA, why not upgrade to Cert IV


Certificate IV in Training and Assessment TAE Cert IV TAE Singapore


You want to be a registered Trainer? You need the Certificate IV Training and Assessment TAE Cert IV TAE


You want to have a second career as a professional or registered Trainer? You need the Certificate IV in Training and Assessment TAE Cert IV TAE


You want to be qualified in Singapore and Australia? You need the Certificate IV in Training and Assessment TAE Cert IV TAE


You can get the Advanced Certificate in Training and Assessment (ACTA) which is a local license or you can get the Certificate IV in Training and Assessment Cert IV TAE.


Any person who delivers any training in Singapore under the Singapore Workforce Skills Qualifications (WSQ) framework needs to be competent and the Advance Certificate in Training and Assessment (ACTA) deems the person competent.





However what if you need to practice in a different country? What if you wish to operate or move to Australia? Then the Australian Cert IV in Training and Assessment TAE (Cert IV TAE) is a more ideal choice for you to get registered as a trainer.


ACTA in Singapore is only offered by a few companies and we are not competing with them for the ACTA qualifications. Currently you can take the Australian Certificate IV in Training and Assessment TAE Cert IV TAE and do a “top up” with CU1 to get the complete ACTA.


Even if you have already gotten the ACTA or even DACE, the Australian Certificate IV in Training and Assessment Cert IV TAE is the next course for you. To be deemed a competent trainer in Australia, you need the Certificate IV in Training and Assessment Cert IV TAE.


Come join us for the next run of the Certificate IV in Training and Assessment TAE Cert IV TAE


To find out more about our Certificate IV in Training and Assessment (Cert IV TAE), contact us today. Email us at iac@simplysafety.com.sg or can call us at 65 62640889.


So how does this Certificate IV in Training and Assessment TAE Cert IV TAE (course for trainers) benefit you?


It’s a competency-based training that focuses on equipping you with the competencies to perform specific job tasks.


The Certificate IV in Training and Assessment Cert IV TAE (course for trainers) course equips individuals with essential skills and knowledge to take on the roles of a curriculum developer, assessment developer, classroom trainer and/or assessor. It will also help to enhance your skills as an in-house trainer/ training coordinator/training manager to develop and deliver on-the-job training programs and conduct assessments for the organization.


This course will be useful to:


Insurance Trainers


Real Estate Trainers


Professional Trainers


Trainers who need to travel to various countries


People who are moving into the training arena with little knowledge of the training field


Full / Part-time In-house Trainers


Line Leaders / Line Trainers


Freelance Trainers


Training Consultants


Training Managers


Training Administrators


Course / Training Program / Curriculum Developers


Assessment Developers


Assessors


Management Representatives


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