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Allied Healthcare is one of the UK's leading providers of Domiciliary Care, with a network of over 90 branches operating Nationwide, we pride ourselves in being The Choice of Care which gives people the freedom to stay in their own homes.
We are looking for a Care Delivery Trainer to join our team in Beccles. This is a part time vacancy, one week on, one week off.
Reporting to a Training Team Leader 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.
* To deliver induction training to all new carers, monitoring progress and reporting on-going individual development needs.
* To deliver specialist, mandatory updates and refresher training, utilising compliance data and ensuring that all training is delivered in a timely and efficient manner.
* 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 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.
Preferred training accreditation e.g. PTLLS, Award in Education & Training and relevant Train the Trainer courses would be an advantage. You must demonstrate commitment to working within a team and have a flexible approach. In return we offer you competitive rates of pay, 25 days holiday plus bank holidays.
For more information or a confidential informal discussion please call Jared Hill on or to be considered for this fantastic opportunity please apply online today.
Allied Healthcare is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children, adults and young people and expects all staff to share this commitment. We are an equal opportunities employer and regulated by CQC.
* 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.
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