The Feeder Training Supervisor will report to the Training Manager and will be responsible for de veloping instructional material for technical training courses that support the Darlington Retube and Feeder Replacement (RFR) Project . The RFR Training program focuses on training approximately 1000 trades workers to dismantle and rebuild 4 nuclear reactor units using highly specialized tooling systems and NA training effort will span approximately 10 years and the program will follow a blended learning strategy that combines interactive classroom sessions, e-learning, simulations, and, practical hands-on demonstrations and rehearsals. A systematic approach to training (SAT) and adult learning principles will be utilized throughout the design, development and delivery of the training program. |
- Identifying technical training requirements to successfully educate project team members to perform their assigned tasks safely, efficiently and effectively.
- Developing entry and advanced level courses for both internal and external audiences.
- Developing lesson plans, trainer guides, training manuals, job aids, practical evaluations and written exams to ensure optimum knowledge retention.
- U tilizing multimedia technology and authoring tools to incorporate high quality graphics, animations/simulations, drawings, pictures, and other graphical representations into the training material to clarify concepts, support and enhance written and oral information, and to challenge trainees to demonstrate understanding of the course content.
- Promoting a culture of safety, quality, team participation, and motivation in all aspects of training.
- Interfacing with construction and tooling staff to address training requirements and determine appropriate methods of delivery.
- Organizing training content reviews with tooling, construction and other stakeholders to ensure training adequacy, effectiveness and accuracy.
- Providing input to training schedules to accommodate the various work groups.
- Performs actual field tours to obtain feedback from workers on the process being used, so that training material is kept current and applicable.
Required Knowledge & Skills
- Relevant post-secondary degree/diploma such as a 3-year technical college program or apprenticeship with a minimum of 5 -7 years of applicable experience or an equivalent combination education and experience.
- Comprehensive knowledge of multimedia technology and authoring tools.
- Proficient writer of instructor guides and training manuals. (Samples of writing will be requested for interview.)
- Experience with Feeder tools and training programs.
- Ability to identify training gaps; generate effective solutions; and provide recommendations for improvement.
- Excellent oral and written communication skills.
- Highly self-motivated, disciplined and able to work independently.
- Experience with orbital welding systems would be an asset.
Duration of Contract
Compensation & Benefits Overview
Aecon offers the opportunity to work on challenging, high profile projects and provides competitive compensation and benefits.
Aecon is an equal opportunity employer.
Aecon accommodates. Upon request, Aecon accommodates candidates with disabilities throughout the hiring process.