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    ATA Clinical Simulation Technician Apprentice

    Project description:

    Apprenticeship summary

    • Weekly wage:


    • Working week:

      Monday – Friday 9am – 17:30pm

      Total hours per week: 37.50

    • Apprenticeship duration:

      12 months

    • Possible start date:

      18 Dec 2017

    • Date posted:

      13 Nov 2017

    • Apprenticeship level:

      Intermediate Level Apprenticeship

    • Reference number:


    • Positions:

      1 available


    • Assist in the preparation and set-up of equipment and resources for clinical skills and simulation teaching and assessment
    • Assist in the clearing up of equipment and resources.
    • Trouble-shooting of technical issues.
    • Basic maintenance of skills, simulation, and other educational equipment including reporting of repairs
    • Assisting with the maintenance of records and documents
    • Ordering of departments supplies and equipment
    • Use of the Kingston university room booking system to schedule events within the centre
    • Respond to enquiries made by phone, email or post, referring to clinical skills and simulation where appropriate and necessary
    • Perform other appropriate duties which may be required from time to time by the educational team, for example, simulation activity, including preparing role players and being a role player where appropriate
    • Actively contribute to successful team working and standards of supportive practice
    • To achieve apprenticeship framework (functional skills, NVQ, Technical certificate) within the specified time frame and;
    • Attend appropriate training sessions for the programme
    • Undertake written work, where necessary, during own time throughout the duration of the course
    • Be willing to travel to other sites to gain additional experiences

    Requirements and prospects

    Desired skills:

    • Methodological approach and an ability to follow instructions with attention to detail.
    • Demonstrate good interpersonal and communication skills
    • Problem solving skills
    • Manual dexterity, accurate coordination

    Personal qualities:

    • Ability to work as part of a team
    • Flexible approach to work duties
    • Calm under pressure
    • Motivation and willingness to undertake the apprenticeship
    • Basic understanding of the Healthcare Environment

    Qualifications required:

    3 GCSEs Grade C or above (or equivalent) in English Language, Maths

    Future prospects:

    Possibility of applying for a permanent role (if available) upon successful completion of your apprenticeship.

    Employer Name:


    Level of apprenticeship:

    • Intermediate Level Apprenticeship


    • £198.75