Posted by SCL Education Group on 21.01.19
This week, we spoke to Tom Hunt; Quality & Compliance Trainer, as we took an inside look into his career, and found out why a role with SCL is #morethanjustajob.
Name: Tom Hunt
Job title: Quality and Compliance Trainer
Talk us through your role and what you do…
Provide training / CPD events. Carry out observations across all primary services on the tutors to ensure the standards of delivery are maintained, provide feedback and action areas for improvement through Personal Development Plans.
What are your main responsibilities?
Maintaining the high standards of delivery across the primary department.
What do you love about your job?
The People! Helping to develop the next generation of SCL staff.
What does the power of sport mean to you?
Sport has the power to change the lives of both children and young people, by challenging, uniting and inspiring.
At SCL, we put the learner at the centre of everything we do. How do you do this?
Contact time with tutors away from the group to ensure understanding. Challenging and progressing us to achieve more,
How is a job with SCL more than just a job?
SCL is more than your day to day job, every day is a new experience, many life skills learnt within SCL. Inspired management teams being push forward by driven owners filtering through to the teams on the ground.
Talk us through your career path to-date…
SCL education Student at Tomlinscote / Part time tutor at SCL (2012-2014), Full time apprentice at SCL (2014-2015), Full time tutor at SCL (2015-2017), Internal quality trainer at SCL (2017-2018), Quality and Compliance Trainer (current)
What are the stand-out moments from your career to-date?
Apprentice of the Year 2014-2015 , Employee of the Year 2016-2017, 2 quarterly excellence award winner, early years lead at 5 OFSTED outstandings.
What skills do you think are required to be successful in your role?
Commitment, Goal driven, quality driven,
If you had one bit of advice for your younger self, what would it be?
What would your motto or slogan be?
If it’s just good, it’s not good enough