Social Care Trainer

Location: Homebased (ideally based close to Gloucestershire/Worcester/Hereford/Midlands/Oxfordshire)

Salary: £23,000 per annum

Posted: 13/05/19

Hours: 28 hours per week (4 Days)

The role

This is a new role, where you will work as part of the learning and development team to support our staff in the Malvern, Bedfordshire and Essex, by providing high quality, engaging and effective training to enable people to do their jobs in line with CQC and other regulatory frameworks, as well as having an important role to play as part of the dementia education programme. Your training will help to ensure that our staff have the knowledge and skills to deliver outstanding care to all our service users.

You will support the Learning and Development Manager to deliver the appropriate compliance and behavioural training across multiple locations mostly focusing on the Malvern, Essex and Bedfordshire though there will be occasions when you are required to deliver training to our staff based in all of our other services. You will work very closely with our current Learning and Development trainer to ensure consistent content and messages through your training, and to design and deliver new content both face to face and online.

About you

The ideal candidate will have had experience of designing and delivering training to groups, and experience of the health and social care context. You’ll need excellent communication skills, and be able to plan and manage a busy workload. You’ll enjoy being part of a team, but equally able to take the initiative and work alone. You’ll know how to create an inclusive and welcoming learning environment, have good attention to detail and be committed to our values and vision. And you’ll need a full clean driving license.

If this sounds like you, we would love to hear from you!

Candidates are invited to visit the work for us section of our website to download the Job Description, Person Specification and Equal Opportunity Form.

To apply for the role, please send a CV with a short supporting statement (no longer than two pages) outlining how you meet the person specification for the post to: or apply online.

Social Care Trainer Job Description May 2019


Deadline for applications: 5th June 2019