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Location: South East England, United Kingdom, London

MET Police Subject Matter Expert

South East England, United Kingdom, London
Competitive

Job Description

JOB TITLE: MET Police Subject Matter Expert
LOCATION: London
SALARY/RATE AND BENEFITS: £400 per day LTD
DURATION: 6-9 months (initially)

YOU MUST HAVE THE FOLLOWING:
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Required to have operational knowledge/understanding of the MET.
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Need to be able to write raw content and lesson plans (not necessarily do the pretty bit as they have third parties they send it to for this)
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**Looking for ex-Police Officers (ideally within the MET)
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Educated to degree level or equivalent (desirable)
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Level 2 qualification (or higher) in maths and English
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SC clearance

ROLE INFORMATION:
To develop a range of sector specific training materials and learning collateral for the PEQF range of programmes
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Develop lesson plans and learning collateral for the PEQF programmes, ensuring that the programmes meet the requirements of the approved curriculum and reflect the operational policing demands
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Understand and translate raw / source material and information provided into compelling and engaging lesson plans and learning collateral
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Work with the 3rd party content developers to ensure outputs meet the requirements of the lesson plans and design brief
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Undertake User Acceptance Testing (UAT) of the content prior to final sign off
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Ensure content will deliver an excellent student experience in accordance with the programme requirements
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Share best practice and engage in standardisation activities to enhance and develop the programme and ensure a consistent learning experience across the team
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Ensure the content meets the requirements of the awarding bodies (HEIs) and the Babcock quality assurance framework
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Support in the training of Babcock and MPS staff to roll out programmes
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Lesson plans and learning collateral are developed in line with agreed targets and timeframes
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Developed content is interactive and engaging to support an excellent student experience
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Content meets the requirements of Babcock and HEI requirements
HOW TO APPLY: Apply by sending your CV to Rullion, using the apply now button on this advert. If you haven't heard within one week then unfortunately you have been unsuccessful on this occasion. Thank you for taking the time to apply and please feel free to apply to any future roles.

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