Care Delivery Trainer

The Care Delivery Trainer is responsible for delivering training solutions across a region of branches to maintain company and legislative compliance while developing a confident, capable and skilled workforce.  We are looking for a trainer to support our Chester Region.

Role & Responsibilities
•    To deliver induction training to all new carers, monitoring progress and reporting on-going individual development needs.  
•    To support and audit the delivery of the carer on-boarding process in branches, ensuring that all employees have an appropriate induction which includes a personal development plan.
•    To work alongside the Discovery Team to ensure the administration and management of online carer activity and compliance.  
•    To deliver mandatory update and refresher training, utilising compliance data and ensuring that all training is delivered in a timely and efficient manner.
•    To deliver specialist and bespoke training requirements from across the wider department in conjunction with subject matter experts using a range of resources, techniques and technologies.
•    To ensure all paperwork and training activity is recorded and maintained as appropriate and all company policy and legislation is adhered to.
•    To identify and support solutions when individuals are assessed as not meeting the required standards.
•    To ensure that high quality and consistent training is delivered across a regional network.  
•    To plan and communicate effectively with key departmental stakeholders, highlighting any issues or challenges at an individual or group level.  
•    To keep up to date with legislative requirements, the curriculum and expected standards of practice to ensure accurate training delivery.
•    To be responsible for the set-up and pack away of the training room, training equipment and training materials within branches.  
•    To attend all relevant meetings and development workshops to ensure continuous development of own self and training materials.  
•    To practice and promote the company vision, being a visible, competent and supportive role model by promoting best practice and the delivery of high quality, person centred care.
•    A passion for developing, training and coaching individuals.
•    Strong people and communication skills.
•    Self confidence in presenting to and facilitating groups.
•    A professional and confidential approach to work.
•    A genuine desire to help and be a role model for others.
•    An ability to work flexibly as part of a wider regional team.
•    A willingness to offer new ideas and fresh ways of working

Qualifications & Experience

Essential
•    Proficiency in training, presenting and group activity facilitation.
•    The ability to manage a range of individual and group learning needs.
•    Strong IT skills – Word, Excel, PowerPoint and Lotus Notes.
•    A full driving licence and willingness to travel to locations across a regional network.

Desirable
•    Experience of working in the Health and Social Care sector.
•    Preferred training accreditation - PTLLS or Award in Education & Teaching  

For more information please contact jared.hill@alliedhealthcare.com on 01785 237835

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Branch Opportunities
Operations
Allied Healthcare
West England & North Wales
Chester
Chester
Full-Time

This vacancy is closed to applications.