Overview

The key tasks of the Specialist Instructional Officer (SIO) are as follows:

a. Training Delivery. Deliver technical theory and practical training in compliance with Defence Systems Approach to Training (DSAT), Specialist Instructional Officers (SIO) Management Practices Document (MPD) and Defence Train the Trainer (DTtT).

b. Training Delivery. Maintain a safe training environment conducive to learning in compliance with SIO MPD

c. Training Delivery. Maintain own Subject Matter Expertise, undertake Continuous Professional Development as directed, in compliance with MOD Civil Service policy, SIO MPD.

d. Training Quality Assurance. Contribute to maintenance of training quality through Course Review Working Groups and Staff and trainee feedback in accordance with JSP 822, DSAT, SIO MPD.

e. Training Quality Assurance. Maintain Training Delivery Documentation (lesson specification, lesson plans and lesson content including delivery media) in accordance with DSAT process.

f. Training Quality Assurance. Maintain integrity of training documentation, training Methods and Media inclusive of training aides. Ensure control, accountability and safekeeping of sensitive material and equipment used in delivery of training.

g. Training Quality Assurance. Contribute to training delivery quality assurance audits and Internal Validation in accordance with JSP 822, Civil Service Success Profiles, Behaviours Framework and Specialist Instructional Officers Management Practices Document.

h. Training Administration. Contribute to the administration of Training Delivery in accordance with Defence Systems Approach to Training.ResponsibilitiesResponsible for the delivery of technical Information Technology and Information Communications Technology and Communications Information Systems training.