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Legal Training Coordinator

Posted 5 January by Wilmington Ended

Legal Training Coordinator

Location: Sutton Coldfield - B72 1SX
Salary: Excellent DOE
Employment Status: Full-Time, Permanent

About the company
CLT International prides itself in designing and delivering best-in-class professional training for those engaged in inter-generational wealth management. The programmes we create are delivered for and in partnership with the Society of Trust and Estate Practitioners (STEP). We have been doing this for 15 years on a global basis and we are expanding the team. The training we create is accredited and certificated and is delivered in over 50 countries. CLTI is a U.K. based organisation and part of Wilmington plc's Risk & Compliance Division.

Main Purpose of Role:
To research, develop and oversee the implementation of new professional qualifications as well as be responsible for the ongoing maintenance, review and development of current programmes in line with CLT International’s strategic plan. Full training is provided and you will work in conjunction with subject matter experts.

Responsibilities
Product Development:
• Assisting in the research, design, development and launch of new qualifications
• Identifying and recruiting external authors as necessary for the development of new qualifications and managing these relationships
• Act as course owner for qualifications developed - regularly reviewing syllabus content, maintaining course materials, assisting with the setting of assignments and examinations as well as reviewing delegate feedback
• Active use and management of the online learning platform (Moodle)
• Commissioning and reviewing course materials, where necessary, including negotiating fees with authors
• Establishing and cultivating meaningful relationships with employers/clients, delegates and tutors
• Assisting in the preparation or checking of complex correspondence or documentation
• Dealing with specific technical delegate enquiries and queries for the programmes for which you will be course owner (with input from course tutors where relevant)

Financial management:
• Preparing and presenting clearly reports/analytical information for internal and external use
• Contributing to preparing budgets and project plans for new and existing qualifications, including undertaking market needs analysis, advising on target enrolment numbers, projecting income and expenditure
• Ensuring that new and existing qualifications meet agreed financial objectives in line with CLT International’s strategic plan
• Monitoring delegate enrolment numbers and liaising with marketing colleagues to ensure target audience is being reached and marketing momentum is maintained
• Monitor performance of qualifications against budget and making recommendations for future improvements where necessary

Market research:
• Contribute ideas for new qualifications
• Keep abreast of market developments to ensure our qualifications remain relevant and up-to-date
Marketing and sales:
• Work with marketing colleagues to set marketing plans that meet the course objectives in terms of target audience, key messages, routes to market and timings of promotional activities
• Assisting with the writing of and proofing of copy for marketing materials
• Reviewing of programme webpages to ensure information is up-to-date and accurate
• Actively contribute to the marketing of new and existing qualifications through social media

Skills and Experience Required:
Essential:
• 2:1 Law Degree or equivalent qualification
• Excellent verbal and written communication skills
• High degree of accuracy and attention to detail in production of documentation
• Proactive, persistent and organised approach
• Highly organised with the ability to deal with multiple tasks at one time and conflicting priorities
• A willingness to learn and develop new skills
• Excellent situational judgement (be able to evaluate situations, justify and defend correctness, give reasons for views and provide shrewd judgement)
• Relationship building and ability to work collaboratively with colleagues, authors, examiners and third parties
• Ability to work well in a team as well as independently

Desirable:
• Experience of working in an office, ideally in an education/training environment
• Commercial acumen, and familiarity with preparing and working with budgets

Reference: 34144129

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