We are working in partnership with a provider of children’s services and have a permanent opportunity for a Training manager based in Burton on Trent. If successful, you will be working with the senior leadership team to design and deliver bespoke onboarding programs, training workshops and ongoing competency checks to ensure the team are equipped to deliver exceptional care and support to all users of their services.
Our client specialises in providing support to children and young people with social, emotional and behaviour presentations as well as autism and/or learning disabilities. Our client is a well-respected organisation offering a dynamic, supportive, and creative environment with plenty of autonomy to shape the training function as you see appropriate.
This is a permanent position working Monday – Friday, 9am – 5pm offering a very generous salary of £40,000 – £45,000 with endless benefits tocompliment.
Due to the nature of the role, you will have the correct and recognised qualification and experience, allowing you to train those working with children in a residential setting. You will also have previous experience delivering face-to-face training and will be able to support the design and implementation of personalised training programs. Our client will provide the training and support needed, in order to keep your training relevant and inline with legislation.
As a Training Manager, your main responsibilities will include:
- Ensure each new employee undergoes a training program that allows a safe and supportive care approach to children with EBD, autism and/or learning disabilities.
- To support the senior management team reduce their reliance on online training, bringing the training function in-house.
- Ensure the training program meets the standards of the governing body, stakeholders, and senior management.
- Be creative to ensure there is a blend of training to suit everyone’s learning styles offering those that struggle, alternative routes to training.
- Design and track a learning, and development training plan for each employee to ensure the needs of the business and children are met.
- Ensure sufficient competency checks are completed and any areas of development are addressed in the form of a training plan.
- Report MI to senior management to reflect how learning and development is positively impacting the organisation.
- Ensure the content of training remains relevant and in line with changes in legislation.
- Work within the financial limitations of the organisation.
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