Skills Adviser - Curriculum and Learning Resources

The Skills for Economic Growth Program (S4EG) is a component of Australia's Education Support Program in the Solomon Islands (SI), funded by the Australian Government and implemented by Palladium. The strategic objective of the program is "To strengthen the capacity of the nation's tertiary and skills sector to produce quality graduates who are in demand in the labour market." Lead the development of curriculum, assessment, teaching and student learning resources with S4EG and partner training organisations and key public and private sector stakeholders to ensure relevance to a demand driven training system. Undertake research, curriculum product review and evaluation and development and support for curriculum and assessment policy and materials to support the ongoing implementation and maintenance of Solomon Islands national qualifications. In summary the position will:
  • Participate in the evaluation of courses, curriculum and resources under national qualification leading to the planning, development, implementation, and revision of curriculum in keeping with changes in practice, legislation, and regulation as well as industry competency standards.
  • Provide in class or workplace support to Trainers delivering new curriculum and assessment systems and conduct training programs to assist their product development skills.
  • Conduct research and consult with key collaborators for curriculum and assessment development purposes, particularly around the resources required for the accreditation of courses.
  • Prepare instructional material for printing or on technology platforms and develop outlines with the necessary details to direct instruction.
  • Identify and procure commercially developed resources required to support the delivery of training programs.
  • Cert IV in Training and Assessments (TAE 40110) or equivalent
  • Minimum of 5 years developing and delivering Competency Based Training vocational skills program
  • Relevant professional and qualifications in Curriculum and Learning Resources
  • Previous relevant experience in the context of cultural diversity
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