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Care Home Group Trainer

Care Home Group Trainer

Posted 18 November 2023 by Recruitment Panda Ltd
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Training is nothing, will is everything. The will to act. So said the baddy in Batman Begins. What the heck does he know about training? He was a megalomaniac, not the amazing Care Home Group Trainer that we are looking to recruit.

Having said that, I think he did teach Batman a thing or two. However, Batman's point was a good one. Great training gives people the will to act, and to do so with the confidence and conviction that is professionalism.

You do not have to be a Batman expert to apply for this job. You do need to be interested in:

  • A post within a forward-thinking company, known for their increasing portfolio of centres of care excellence.
  • Having a key role amongst a team of dynamic up and coming managers, each of whom has been handpicked for their expertise, pro-active attitude and excellent local authority links.
  • Well established and comprehensive existing programmes of induction, training and development to get to grips with.
  • An existing culture of best practice, evidenced by CQC 'Good' ratings.
  • Stunning working environments where no expense has been spared to provide modern, well equipped, yet homely environments for the people in their care.
  • The opportunity to further develop your own career and grow within a burgeoningly successful company.
  • Industry-leading pay and conditions for you and all your colleagues.

Sound interesting. Now we're learning.

We are looking for someone who will be excellent at the duties of:

  • Standardising induction and ongoing training programmes group-wide.
  • Centralising training records and matrixes.
  • Implementing and tracking all that is associated with the above on an ongoing basis.
  • Research, investigation incorporation and dissemination of the latest evidence-based practice, in context with each unique service in the group.
  • Mandating and facilitation of NVQ's level 2 and 3 in Health and Social Care for the Care staff teams.
  • Whilst having the other core responsibility of delivery/facilitation of all mandatory training and associated record-keeping and being the group go-to person, for all training and professional development needs.
  • Signposting further opportunities for professional development.

If you are curious about this Care Home Group Trainer role, we would be very pleased to explain more, so please call or apply with a CV.

To succeed in the role of Care Home Group Trainer you will need to have:

  • Experience of training & coaching (creating and delivering)
  • Qualified NVQ Assessor and preferably Verifier (Internal or external)
  • Preferably an AET (PTLLS), even better if you have CET or DET (or equivalent)
  • Previous care management experience would be advantageous.
  • Bags of empathy, energy and personality.
  • Any experience of teaching people with dyslexia or other special needs could also be advantageous.
  • Solid knowledge of NVQ's lvl 2 & 3 in Health and Social Care
  • Any knowledge of Professional and Practice Development Facilitation.
  • Demonstrable knowledge of and experience delivering Mandatory Training

If you may meet this description, please consider this your bat signal. We can't wait to hear from you caped crusader. POW.

Apply with a CV, even if its not up to date, we can help you with that, or give us a call.

Care Home Group Trainer - up to £30k Addintional Benefits

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Required skills

  • Coaching
  • Mentoring
  • Train the Trainer
  • Trainer
  • Training Manager
  • NVQ Assessor
  • Coach
  • Group Trainer
  • Verifier
  • Care Trainer
  • Mandatory Training
  • DET
  • CET
  • AET (PTLLS)
  • Care Home Group Trainer

Reference: 51652101

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