Jason Roberts - Assessor


[Trainers and Assessors]

After recently moving to The North East, I approached Baltic Technology regarding a position in the assessment team. I was successful in applying for the position due to my background in education.

I have a Bachelors degree in Aeronautical Engineering. I have a PGCE in Secondary Education, this is specialised in Mathematics.

I have previously had roles as a Teacher of Mathematics and a Tutor of Mathematics. I have completed a Bachelors Degree in Aeronautical Engineering at the University of Liverpool. In this, modules included Computing & Coding, MATLAB Computer Coding and Dynamics of Flight.

Working at Baltic

I am fairly new to Baltic having been here for just over one month.

My role is an Assessor where my responsibilities involve helping learners with their progression throughout the year whilst ensuring they produce high levels of work. I wanted to work for Baltic as I am passionate about education and seeing learners succeed in the workplace.

I am most looking forward to helping my learners progress to the very end of their apprenticeships achieving the best grade they can get. I am also looking forward to listening to my learners achievements as their apprenticeships progress.

#1 Item on Bucket List

I really want to travel around more of Asia, China and Japan have cultures that really interest me and it helps that their food is both intriguing and bizarre.

Interesting Fact

As of June 2019, I have traveled to 19 different countries. With many, many more to come.

Greatest Achievement

In work, my proudest moment was achieving an 'Outstanding' observation in my Teaching of Secondary Mathematics. In my personal life, my proudest moment was completing the Manchester Half Marathon in 2018.

Hobbies and Interests

Outside of work, I am a huge sports fan. In particular tennis. I play tennis competitively for a local club and 2019 will be my first experience of watching the tennis live at Wimbledon.

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