IASTI® Operations Trainer

IASTI® is an exciting new, high growth organisation with a global strategy to create a network of centres to train the next generation of aviation professionals. Partnered with industry and education, our innovative Pathways place the younger generation on their upward trajectory towards and through, to a rewarding industry career. Incorporating blended learning techniques, utilising the latest VR and AR technology, our industry led trainers teach to the latest developments in our industry. 


If you want to be part of our committed team to drive IASTI® forward, get in touch. We are seeking an energetic, dynamic, committed, self-motivated individual with a strong work ethic, to join our team based near London City Airport. You will be a strong team player who is able to work under your own initiative and successfully manage priorities to deliver results.  


In addition to London City, and under expansive growth plans for 2022 there will be an increasing number of national locations with opportunities for employment as Pathway Trainers of our 16 – 18 Pathways (college/school/UTC)  


As an IASTI trainer, you will be integrated into the college teaching staff and operating within defined college processes and procedures. 


Job Purpose: 

To prepare, deliver and assess on the IASTI® programmes 


Duties and Responsibilities: 

  1. To ensure the interests of IASTI® are always maintained, communicating any concerns to your IASTI line manager.  

  2. To maintain awareness of latest industry practices, technology and news to enhance learner teaching.  

  3. To adhere to college procedures and processes, attend staff/department meetings as required within the role.  

  4. To co-ordinate the course management and delivery.  

  5. To prepare, deliver and carry out teaching and learning with necessary assessment of learners including on site assessment where appropriate.  

  6. To carry out the role of a course tutor as required.  

  7. To carry out and maintain records and documentation required by the College curriculum quality policies and systems.  

  8. To support any external regulator inspections through the submission of learner records/documentation as required.  

  9. To contribute to the selection, recruitment, and enrolment of learners, including attendance at scheduled events.  

  10. To liaise with schools and parents as appropriate.  

  11. To carry out assessing and internal verification as required.  

  12. To actively implement the College’s Equal Opportunities policy throughout.  

  13. To maintain professional standards and expertise by undertaking relevant professional development.  

  14. To maintain teaching and learning quality standards through peer review and lesson observation activity.  

  15. To conform with the Health and Safety requirements relevant to the post.  

  16. To contribute to the development, implementation and delivery of new material, and enhance existing material   

  17. To work as a member of a flexible delivery team within IASTI®.  

  18. To liaise with awarding organizations and external examiners/verifiers.  

  19. To coordinate timetabling of individual student programs.  

  20. To assess and support individual student performance aimed to achieve a course pass.  

  21. To be responsible for safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children wherever applicable within the role.  

  22. To be an inspiring trainer, enthusiastic with the ability to motivate learners and a willingness and ability to tackle poor learner performance and the ability to respond to individual learning needs 

  23. Ability to prioritize, handle interruptions, and manage competing priorities to successfully meet weekly goals. 

  24. The ability to work in a non-discriminatory manner 

  25. Excellent communication skills and ability to manage the classroom with influence and not authority 

  26. An understanding of and commitment to diversity and equality of opportunity 

  27. The ability and willingness to undertake relevant staff development 

  28. Please Note: This is not a complete statement of all duties and responsibilities of this post. The postholder may be required to carry out other lawful and reasonable duties as directed by IASTI®. 


  • Certificate in Education, PGCE or equivalent or the ability and willingness to obtain a Level 4 professional teaching qualification within two years of commencing employment 

  • Level 3 or above qualification in Airport/Airline Management or equivalent work experience in Airport/Ground Operations 


  • Approved Certification in Flight Dispatch by an Airline or Licensed Organization (minimum 1 year experience) (Desirable)  

  • Recent experience or knowledge within the Aviation Ground Operations sector, with the ability to deliver a range of aviation subjects in line with EASA, CAA and ICAO regulations 

  •  to level 3 college students, including - Aerodrome Operations, Ramp Handling, Winter Operations, Passenger Handling, Weight & Balance, Flight Planning, Aircraft Performance, QHSE, Aircraft Dispatch, Airport and Airline Economics.  

Skills/Abilities - Other 

  • Appropriate levels of IT skills to undertake relevant duties, i.e. Word, Excel and PowerPoint (MS Office) or the willingness and ability to undertake relevant training    

  • Ability to travel across sites and locations 

To apply to this role: please email your cover letter and CV to enquiries@iasti.co.uk