Adult Training Officer

Posted 9 April by Vanta Staffing Limited Easy Apply

My clienta re a very well known business;

recruiting for a full time, 18month contract

The role

The Adult Training Officer is a fixed term role in the Programme and Quality

Team, part of the UK Services Directorate at Head Office.

The role is office based in Windsor with a requirement for occasional travel

to Regional or Country offices.

The UK Services Directorate supports the delivery of across the UK,

providing centralised services, systems and resources which are utilised by

Regional/Country Offices and the network.

The role is an exciting opportunity to contribute to the development of

the Modular Training Framework (MTF), our framework of training

courses which exists to support adults in DofE delivery roles.

Work with the Volunteers and Training Officer and other stakeholders to

maintain and develop the existing suite of MTF courses.

  • Complete the development of new modules within the Modular

Training Framework.

  • Develop and agree a communications plan for the launch of each new

module.

  • Launch each module and monitor initial take up, reacting to solve any

problems as necessary.

  • Develop and implement a method to judge the impact of each new

module on the charity, network and participants.

  • Ensure that the modular training framework reflects current

policies.

  • Encourage the adoption of the MTF across Licensed Organisations

(LOs)

  • Facilitate the use of the MTF as a tool to increase the quality of

delivery across LOs.

  • Assist the Volunteers and Training Officer with other aspects of their role.
  • Create policies and processes to govern and record the recruitment and

appointment of volunteers working directly

Essential

  • Experience of developing and delivering

learning experiences for adults.

  • Experience of relationship/customer

management.

  • Experience of developing processes and

policies for volunteer management

  • Educated to degree level or relevant

experience.

  • Proved project management skills: able

to organise and plan effectively.

  • Ability to communicate and network

effectively on all levels.

  • A significant level of IT competency.
  • Resourceful with creative problem-solving

skills.

  • Able to demonstrate leadership and

decision-making skills.

  • Able to work collaboratively and as a team

member.

  • Ability to work alone, on own initiative,

manage time, prioritise workloads, work

under competing pressures and to

deadlines.

  • Ability to influence and persuade others.
  • A sound knowledge of Microsoft Word,

Excel and PowerPoint.

Measures of success

  • Clearly defined volunteer policies

adopted across

  • New training modules with demonstrable

positive impact for Charity, network

and participants developed and rolled

out.

  • Modular Training Framework reflects

processes and policy and all

volunteers and staff have access to high

quality learning experiences relevant to

their role.

  • Values are demonstrated in all work

carried out.

Desirable

  • Full driving licence.
  • Knowledge and experience of working in

a charity.

  • Award Holder.
  • Experience of working with schools.
  • Experience of developing continuing

professional development (CPD)

programmes.

  • Experience of working with volunteers.

Qualities

  • Enthusiastic and influential communicator.
  • Shows determination to complete a task.
  • Commitment to quality, continuous

improvement, integrity and equal

opportunities.

  • Ability to work collaboratively and as a

team member.

  • Ability to work alone, on own initiative,

manage time, prioritise workloads, work

under competing pressures and to

deadlines.

  • Resourceful, positive and outgoing

personality.

  • Be able to demonstrate self-motivation
  • Passionate about supporting young

people.

Reference: 34856184

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