IT Trainer - UK Wide

Ref: 78 Date Posted: Monday 14 Jun 2021
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Would you like to become an IT Trainer?

If you have a degree in IT or an IT qualification to level 4 or above, had you thought about training to become an IT Trainer?  You'd receive a starting salary whilst you learn of £26,000 - £28,000, full train the trainer mentoring and the opportunity to study for formal teaching qualifications on your journey to become a Microsoft Certified Trainer and the status these internationally recognised qualifications bring. 

You'd be working from home and supporting your caseload of Microsoft learners online and when restrictions permit, travelling to meet them personally in their place of work in order to monitor their progress through their qualifications.  This will also give you the opportunity to meet their employer and get to know their business, which will enable you to build strong relationships with the company as well as the learner. 

As an IT Trainer you would be delivering Microsoft specific units via a variety of different learning methods all designed to be tailored to your learner's individual learning needs and styles so they get the most out of their learning experience with you.  And of course, you'd be taught by industry leading specialists how to achieve this. 

As an IT Trainer, overall, your responsibility will be to ensure all coursework is completed in a timely fashion and each of your learners is ready for their end point assessment, which is part of them gaining their Microsoft Certifications. 

Like all good training providers, this IT specialist training provider for whom you'd be working, is Ofsted monitored and it would be part of your role to ensure that everything you do is quality driven and to very high standards.  How to deliver first class training and how to be a first class IT Trainer would be part of your personal education too. 


Essential for the role of IT Trainer 

  • To become a specialist IT Trainer you must possess a level 4 or above IT qualification. 
  • You will have experience either through work or study, any of the following, 1st or 2nd line IT support, Cyber security, or experience of software - systems testing, programming, coding, etc.
  • A full driving license and own transport for visiting learners in their place of work. 
  • You will have excellent communication skills - you must be able to communicate clearly, confidently and concisely.
  • Maybe you have already delivered training formally or informally, such as induction to newbies, new system training to colleagues, or maybe you are sports coach outside of work.  
  • You'll be the sort of person who derives great satisfaction when you've helped someone and you can see they are using the new knowledge you have provided them with. 
  • As you would be working from home, you will be disciplined and organised with great time management and planning skills. 

Please note:  if successful, you will be required to undergo security clearance.