About the apprenticeship
The post holder is required to carry out duties of an apprentice ICT Technician; to support with the maintenance of the school's ICT resource for safe, effective use by pupils and staff.
Resolve basic problems associated with operating systems, networks, software, hardware, printers etc around the school
Record support requests, outcomes and time taken in the support log
Maintain the school mobile devices, installing apps, organise laptop trolleys etc
Undergo any training linked to the development of ICT across the school
To liaise with schools contracted ICT support service
Support the Pupils by:
Ensuring that, as far as possible, pupils are not exposed to inappropriate materials on the internet
Working with staff, parents and pupils to promote safe use of ICT equipment and sites at school and at home
Support in the identification of software and hardware that can aid children with specific educational needs
Maintaining Alternative Augmentative Communication devices e.g. adding vocabulary, updating system etc in collaboration with Speech and Language Therapist
Support the Teachers by:
Preparing hall and classrooms for ICT activities as appropriate
Delivering mobile devices to classrooms in accordance with the timetable
Supporting teachers in planning and preparation and production of ICT based resources
An eagerness to learn
Reliable and good time keeping
Good organisational skills.
Strong communication skills.
A background / interest in ICT devices and uses
Basic knowledge of ICT systems
Understand the safeguarding and behaviour policy and their role within these policies
A level of maturity with working in a school environment will be required
Ambitious and hard working
Desire to be a positive role model to young people
Preferably A*-C in English and Maths
Welsh Spoken Skills: No Welsh Written Skills: No
Achieve More Training Ltd
Training provider course:
Information and Communication Technology (ICT) at Level 2
About the employer
Yes, we are part of the Disability Confident Scheme from the UK Department for Work and Pensions.
Please note that all apprenticeships are open to everyone. However, some organisations have worked to achieve Disability Confident accreditation. You should always apply for the apprenticeship you feel best suited to.