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Child Protection Trainer and Assessor
Hybrid Role, remote plus office

To support our growth, we are looking to hire an experienced and energetic, part-time Child Protection Trainer and Assessor to join our growing team of professionals. You will deliver and assess CHCPRT025 Identify and report children and young people at risk.

  • $37p/h + super

  • Permanent part-time, 21 hours p/week

  • Flexibility to work and train weekdays, evenings and Saturdays

  • Days/hours to be negotiated with successful candidate

  • Office is based in Campbelltown, hybrid working environment 

  • Great culture - supportive and team orientated

Working in a hybrid role, both remotely and from our Campbelltown office, you’ll be guiding students by delivering class zoom workshops, supporting self-paced training, marking assessments and providing overall support to our Child Protection students.


Responsibilities include but are not limited to:

  • Delivering zoom workshops, for public classes or private employer groups

  • Assessing coursework using an online learner management system

  • Providing a positive learning environment for students to undertake training and assessment

  • Assisting and guiding distance students with their learning and assessment materials


To be considered for this role, you must:

  • Have an understanding of current legislation with regard to care and protection of children and young people

  • Hold a Diploma or higher level Education and Care qualification, or other relevant Child Protection industry qualification

  • Be passionate about student focused education

  • Be well-presented and self-motivated

  • Have the ability to work independently while part of a remote team environment

  • Have excellent communication and time management skills, especially with people from diverse backgrounds

  • Hold TAE40116 Cert IV Training and Assessment (or equivalent)

  • Demonstrate an ability to engage with students from diverse backgrounds

  • Have a proven ability to support students

  • Have a Current Working with Children Check

  • Be proficient in MS Office Suite


Whilst not essential, we encourage applications from candidates who may:

  • Have a passion for Early Childhood Education, with experience in an approved centre

  • Previous employment in a Child Protection capacity, such as a Case Worker, Support Worker or other relevant industry experience

In return, you will be rewarded with:

  • A supportive and friendly team culture

  • A student-centric ethos

  • A rewarding role in supporting students as they further their skills

  • Full support and ongoing training from management


If you think you’d be the perfect addition to our team, apply today to join our amazing training team. Remember to include your resume, and we also encourage you to include a cover letter letting us know how you suit this role.


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