Regional Clinical Trainer - South East in North Ockendon, Essex at Four Seasons Careers

Date Posted: 4/16/2018

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Home Name: Support Office - South East
Location: Upminster, London, UK

Weekly Hours: 37.5
Salary: Not Specified


To deliver high quality clinical training workshops and courses across the FSHC business in various subjects which are aligned and form part of the overall Learning and Development strategy for the relevant job level. Job levels will span from clinical frontline to operational clinical management, where appropriate

To work in conjunction with the Clinical Learning Manager to implement key training programmes:
•On-boarding and induction for the operational clinical teams
•Clinical job skills development
•Nurse Preceptorship
•International Nurse on-boarding and induction
• CHAPs development
•Clinical management development
•Supporting Senior Nursing Care Assistant job skills training
•Supporting OSCE training provision

Key Responsibilities
To deliver service-critical, non-clinical training programmes including manual handling and first aid to clinical and non-clinical populations (suitable training will be provided to enable this, where necessary)
•To deliver clinical training programmes to clinical populations
•To coordinate with the Managing Director and wider functional/departmental leads to identify, analyse and deliver against business-critical objectives for the appropriate geography
•To support the wider implementation of the learning and development framework and strategy across the specified business geography
•To business partner with the region, building and maintaining relationships with the Managing Director and senior team
•To support the organisation in inducting new colleagues, maximising levels of engagement from Day 1
•To evaluate any training workshops you have delivered as well as any training projects you have been working on to help continual improvement of the training offer
•To collate and accurately input any data or information onto the relevant training records (either paper, electronic or LMS)
•To coordinate with the Managing Director for the geographical region to ensure business-critical objectives are being met and training delivery is aligned
•To proactively identify legislative and regulatory requirements which impact on organisational compliance
•Design, develop and update training and other key solutions to meet requirements
•To develop clinical training and development plans within agreed formats and timescales to meet operational team priorities
•To engage and communicate with key stakeholders and the business on any training project you are working on
•To ensure that training programmes meet with, and integrate with, organisational requirements for quality management, health and safety, legal stipulations, environmental policies and general duty of care
•To champion the organisation’s approach to professional and clinical supervision, ensuring it contributes to quality assurance and continual improvement within clinical teams.
•To promote access to the knowledge and skills required for staff to perform their roles and duties competently, effectively and professionally
•To provide up-to-date clinical exper


Job Requirements

Person Specification
- Active Pin Holder
- Excellent presentation skills
- People management or relationship management
- IT literate with an excellent understanding of PowerPoint/Word/Excel
- Preferable to demonstrate track record of operating within a services environment - healthcare, social care
- Knowledge of the care industry and regulatory frameworks
- Expertise in a broad range of clinical areas integral to the business
- Attention to detail
- Good team player
- Ability to assimilate large amounts of information in order to produce coherent and engaging material
- Experienced in design and development of learning materials
- Experience of working in a clinical multi-disciplinary team
- Experience in facilitation and delivering training programmes as part of a wider learning function
- Experience of tailoring and implementing training programmes for diverse groups

- CIPD or equivalent
- Training/coaching qualification
- Experience of tailoring and implementing training programmes for diverse groups

Previous experience of working in a large HR function
Previous experience of working across a large UK multi site business
Previous experience of working in a regulated industry such as care, finance, local government etc.

A full UK driving licence is required. This role is mobile and will require regular travel around a geographical region and this role comes with a car.

If you have the skills to succeed in this role and are committed to the provision of quality care please click on Apply now.