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I am a time served mechanical engineering craft apprentice who is a qualified Teacher and have a Degree in Education with an engineering and design technology background.
25+ years experience working with young adults who are studying design technology & engineering courses for GCSE's, A-Levels, Btec's, Engineering apprenticeship frameworks and standards.
With a proven track record of success in assisting learners to achieve their qualification through my classroom based theoretical and workshop based practical involvement. The Tutor Assessor role allows me to visit apprentices on site at their work to deliver NVQ's. This has developed into a Support Coach role for Apprenticeship standards. In this role I dealt with 40 companies ranging from small medium enterprises as well as larger companies in the field of fabrication and welding, machining, maintenance and design.
I am a flexible person who can engage at all levels and have demonstrated this by previous roles held as a Technician, Instructor, Trainer, Teacher, Tutor, Assessor, Machinist.
: Apprentice Assessor
: Support Coach
: Tutor Assessor
: Teacher – Workshop and Theory
: Design / Mechanical Engineer
: Precision Machinist – Milling, Turning, Fitting
: Workshop Technician
: Trainer - Engineering
: Computer Aided Design
: Computer Aided Manufacture
: Computer Numerical Control
Bachelor of Arts with Second Class Honours : 1st Division ( July 2010 )
University Certificate In Education Post Compulsory Education ( July 2008 )
City & Guilds Level 4 IQA – Internal Quality Assurance ( October 2017 )
NCFE Cache Level 2 – Certificate In Information, Advice or Guidance ( October 2020 )
City & Guilds Functional Skills Level 2 – English ( December 2015 )
City & Guilds Functional Skills Level 2 – Mathematics ( January 2014 )
City & Guilds NVQ Level 3 In Occupational Health & Safety ( October 2007 )
A1 Assessor Award (November 2006)
City & Guilds – CAD – Three dimensional design and solid modelling ( August 2002 )
City & Guilds – Computer aided draughting and design – Two dimensional – Level 2 ( May 2002 )
City & Guilds – Computer aided draughting and design – Two dimensional – Level 3 ( Dec 2000 )
Certificate in Management NVQ Level 4 ( July 2001 )
City & Guilds TDLB D32 / D33 Trainer Assessor Award ( June 1998 )
City & Guilds 7306 Further & Adult Education Teachers Certificate ( July 1997 )
BTEC Higher National Certificate in Mechanical & Manufacture ( July 1994 )
BTEC Ordinary National Certificate in Mechanical & Production ( June 1992 )
BTEC National First Certificate in Mechanical & Production – Exemption
NVQ Level 3 – Engineering Manufacture ( craft competencies ) Turning / Milling ( Jan 1992 )
City & Guilds in ( NC / CNC ) Setting & Operating, Part & Advanced Programming (1989 - 1990 )
Cambridge IT Module - Computer Aided Design ( April 1998 )
City & Guilds Craftsmanship apprenticeship ( October 1991 )
NCFE Level 1 Award In Safeguarding In A Learning Environment ( July 2013 )
NCFE Level 2 Certificate In Equality And Diversity ( October 2013 )
6 CSE passes including Mathematics and English ( June 1987 )
Trainer Assessor/Skills Coach in Mechanical Engineering
Stoke on Trent College
September 2006 - Present
During 2010 to present date, I am a Trainer Assessor/Skills Coach in Mechanical Engineering.
This role involves me as a single point of contact for employers working with them to resolve issues and support the apprentice through their apprenticeship framework and standards at level 2 and level 3.
Since 2019 my role has developed further to also manage apprentices who are on ST0154 MOET – Maintenance and Operations Engineering Technician Standard (Electromechanical Technician pathway).
I have also managed apprentices at level 2 and level 3 within fabrication and welding, engineering maintenance and machining.
During my employment prior to 2010, I have been mainly assessing with some teaching duties which have changed on a yearly basis to cope with apprenticeship demands. April 2008, I taught fifty percent of time and the remainder assessing. For my assessing role, I look after a caseload of apprentices 16 to 24 years old completing apprenticeship frameworks to level 3. Initially for the first 15 months of my employment, I had supported mainly fabrication and welding apprentices who were studying a modern apprenticeship as well as adults studying NVQ level 3 in mechanical engineering in their company. This has now become fully dedicated to mechanical engineering apprentices and adult students.
My teaching role has involved me delivering courses to 14-16 year olds and post 16 age group. The courses I have taught are as follows;
1) Performing Engineering Operations ( Milling, Turning, Fitting, Computer Aided Design,
Materials, Quality, Health & Safety )– Full Time and Part Time students.
2) Level 3 2800 Advanced apprentices – Manufacturing Engineering Principles, Computer
Numerical Control, Working effectively and safely in an engineering environment
Product Design Technician Instructor
City of Stoke-on-Trent Sixth Form College
November 1993 - September 2006
I had worked in the product design department initially as a design technology technician. This involved working for Geography and drama department to assist in the production of teaching aids for both departments.
After three years the role later became a trainer, instructor / technician, which was dedicated to the product design department. This role involved the support for GCSE and A-Level students who require workshop machines – metalworking and woodworking to produce their projects. My role here became demonstrating, instructing and training of such equipment.
This role allowed me to teach a variety of engineering courses to full time students and adults. Courses I have taught are as follows;
GNVQ Manufacturing, Interior Design, CAD/CAM, A-Level Design Technology, 2 Dimensional Computer Aided Design.
Craft Apprentice Machinist
Birkett-ycol Limited & GFS Engineering
September 1987 - July 1993
I completed a 4-year craftsmanship apprenticeship at 2 engineering companies. The companies were, Birkett-ycol Limited and GFS Engineering Limited. My specialist area of work was in machining, producing a wide range of components to high quality, high calibre standard. I am widely experienced in the operation and maintenance of machine tools.
What kind of projects is Jasbir Bansal looking for?
Apprentice training within Engineering.
Tutor Assessor, Trainer Assessor, Support Coach - Mechanical Engineering.