Achievement Training Ltd (ATL) is one of the city’s largest providers of quality education and training, offering a diverse range of exciting career opportunities for all kinds of people.
We are a Disability Confident Employer, have been continuously grade “Good” by OFSTED and hold the MATRIX standard for information, advice and guidance. Learners and employers consistently rate our services above 95%.
Our standard full-time working week is 34 hours, usually Monday to Friday (although some flexibility may be required depending on the sector in which you work). All staff receive 36 days annual leave (or pro-rata equivalent) and access to our discounted city centre parking and Bike-To-Work schemes, as well as fantastic opportunities for professional development and expanding skills and experience.
Join the team and make a difference!
Animal Care Tutor/Assessor/IQA (full-time, 34hours per week)
Animal Care Tutor/Assessor (full-time, 34hours per week)
Animal Care Tutor/Assessor (part-time, hours per week to be discussed)
Trainee positions with full qualification support available for suitable candidates for Animal Care
Functional Skills & GCSE English & Maths Tutor/Assessor (full-time, 34hours per week / part-time 28hours per week – 2 positions available)
Child Care Tutor/Assessor (full-time, 34hours per week, part-time available)
All applications should be made by CV and supporting statement to:
Thank you for your interest in working at Achievement Training!
One of the city’s largest providers of quality education and training for over twenty years, we offer a diverse range of exciting career opportunities for all kinds of people.
We believe our employees are our greatest asset and recognise our responsibility to ensure all staff are offered appropriate guidance, training and support. This development begins at the induction stage when a new employee joins and continues throughout employment.
Our aim is to support and develop all employees, whatever their role, so that they feel confident to undertake the responsibilities placed upon them and ultimately are able to contribute to the success of the organisation. All new staff are assigned a mentor to provide support throughout their probation period (and beyond where necessary).
Good luck with your application!