Based at Culham, Oxfordshire
Police Constable or Police Staff - Grade T2 (£28,844 - £32,049) plus a generous benefits package Hours of work: 40 hours per week for a Constable, 37.5 hours per week for staff
The Civil Nuclear Constabulary (CNC) is an armed police service that’s dedicated to the nuclear industry. Our vision is to be recognised as a provider of a world-class service for the protection of nuclear material and facilities. Given the critical nature of our work, it’s vital that we recruit skilled and committed professionals to our high-performing team. As a Training Designer, you’ll help our people progress through innovative learning experiences.
This is a chance to bring your passion for Learning & Development to a specialist organisation. Your challenge is to create a wide variety of learning programmes for staff across CNC. You’ll start by working with subject matter experts to identify your audience’s training needs. Then you’ll analyse your research and design engaging learning activities. We’re looking for captivating course content that meets the highest standards. That means applying tested instructional design theories, practice and methods - as well as creativity. With the training and materials you produce, we’ll take our team’s skills to new levels.
An experienced Training Designer or L & D Practitioner who’s worked across various subjects, you’ll have a Level 4 Diploma in Learning & Development (or equivalent). You’re used to creating end-to-end training interventions (both face-to-face and e-learning), and comfortable using standard instructional design software. This technical expertise should come with outstanding people skills. You need to inspire and encourage others to help them achieve results. You’ll also need to work closely with a range of clients as well as your team. Clear communication will be essential to your success.
Closing Date 27th March 2018
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