This is a part-time position: 2 days per week, 5-9PM.
Position: IEC Apprenticeship Technical Instructor
Primary Role: The IEC Apprenticeship technical instructor has primary responsibilities for delivering the IEC Apprenticeship training curriculum to students in the Apprenticeship program. The instructor provides technical support, supervision, oversight and direction to assist in the learning process of apprentices using a combination of training methods that motivate student learning.
Specific Position requirements:
The technical instructor uses multiple training techniques including presentation and lecture, hands on practice, partner member presentations, group presentations by students and other effective instructional methods in the Atlanta & Georgia Chapter Apprenticeship Training Program.
A. Uses the IEC National Curriculum to deliver PowerPoint presentations, visual aids, partner members that offer training and technical experts in a particular subject, communication skills for customer interaction, and other pertinent options.
B. Completion of annual training and/or IEC Instructor Certification course/s.
C. Develops a lesson plan for each course date to ensure all learning objectives are covered in each class.
D. Possesses communication skills including a developed syllabus and the ability to speak to groups.
E. Communicates effectively and helps students develop good study habits.
F. Completes all administrative work on time such as grade submissions and attendance records.
G. Prepares and conducts hands-on learning exercises that are related to the IEC National Curriculum.
H. Enforces Electrical Safety Procedures, including Eye protection and proper lock out tag out procedures.
I. Attends instructor meetings as required, monthly and annually.
J. Completes other duties as required and asks for assistance when needed.
K. Instructors are available to provide extra help to students at times not necessarily during class time.
The technical instructor uses classroom management skills to develop a fair and consistent method of discipline in the classroom that helps students and the instructor maintain classroom order. This discipline helps students develop good study habits, ensures timely submission of assignments and reinforces good safety procedures while building the skills necessary to resolve disagreements with instructors, other students and coworkers in a diplomatic manner. Furthermore this discipline maintains the safety and credibility of the IEC Apprenticeship program and instructor at all times.
Essential Skills, Education and Experience:
A. Completion of the IEC Apprenticeship program and a Georgia Electrical Contractors License is preferred. Other related educational degrees are accepted.
B. A high school diploma or General Education Equivalent (GED).
C. Actively performed work on electrical systems in the construction, repair, inspection or design as they pertain to the residential, commercial or industrial industry for a minimum of five (5) years.
D. Extensive knowledge and understanding of the National Electrical Code.
E. Good communication skills.
F. Basic computer skills demonstrating effective use of Microsoft Office products and use of Learning Management System (LMS/CMS).
G. Completion of a course of study in electrical construction under the direction and supervision of an established school or apprenticeship program.
H. Ability to complete objectives without direct supervision.
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