We are looking for trainers and assessors to join our growing team
Do you have years of industry experience and qualifications under your belt?
Are you looking for a new challenge, a change of scene, and maybe a less physically demanding day-job?
Are you good with people? Do you enjoy helping others and imparting your knowledge?
Are you based in the South East, in commutable distance from either Northolt, Luton, Basildon or Sittingbourne?
If the answers ‘yes’, then we’d love to hear from you!
Trainers and assessors for the South East
Logic4training is looking for trainers and assessors across all of its sites in the South East – at Northolt, Luton, Basildon and Sittingbourne.
We offer great rates of pay, sociable working hours and a good holiday and pensions package.
You don’t necessarily have to have had experience in-front of the classroom – we can help you with this bit. What’s important is that you’re highly skilled and qualified in building services trades and that you’re an excellent communicator who relates well to other people.
We cover training across the breadth of the building services sector, for existing trades people (we deliver Gas ACS and other essential heating, plumbing, electrical and renewable qualifications), and also complete new entrants. Qualifications on offer are certified by LCL Awards and City & Guilds.
Trainers and assessors specialise in their area of expertise, covering both theory and practical elements. All of our centres boast state-of-the-art training bays.
A training provider you can trust!
Logic4training is the South East’s leading training provider. We’ve been going for 20 years and during that time we’ve continually evolved to meet the needs of the ever-changing building services sector.
We started off just focussing on gas, but now offer plumbing, electrical, oil, renewables and health & safety courses, covering the latest technologies such as electric vehicle charging installation and heat pumps.
Logic4training has signed-up to LCL Awards’ Inclusivity Charter, which means we’re committed to making our centres welcoming places to attract people from all walks of life. There is no place for sexism, racism or intolerance in our classrooms.
We want to hear from people that share our values, are passionate about the sector and keen to pass-on their skills and experience.
Fancy getting off the tools and into the classroom? Enter your details below and send us a CV.