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IT Trainer job description
As part of a team, to deliver IT training on a range of applications to ORGANISATION staff.
To assist in the development of high quality training materials to include manuals, teaching aids, PowerPoint presentations, handouts and e-learning.
To deliver IT training on a range of desktop applications to staff in the region.
Qualifications & Training
Good level of education:
GCSE English Grade A - C
Teaching Certificate (eg TAP, Cert Ed) or prepared to work towards.
IT certificate in one of the following:
ECDL – CLAIT - IBT or other recognised IT qualification. (GCSE, A Level)
Specific Knowledge & Skills
In-depth knowledge of Microsoft operating systems ,Windows XP, Windows 7
In-depth knowledge of Microsoft Office 2003, 2007
Theories and techniques of effective adult learning
Knowledge of e-learning
Good administrative skills and an ability to manage own workload
Excellent communication skills both written and verbal
Excellent presentation skills
Delivery of training as one to one and to large groups
Experience training adults of mixed abilities
IT training experience
Developing training materials
As part of a team, to deliver a range of IT Training. This will be a mix of both applications and desktop training.
To deliver training as necessary, on a one to one basis or to larger groups both in the classroom and at a variety of workplaces.
To help with the production and development of high quality learning resources.
To provide education and training including Data Protection.
In conjunction with colleagues to develop assessment methods and evaluation processes in relation to IT training.
To liaise with other departments to establish training needs and support users delivering workplace training as necessary.
To produce personal course/lesson plans for all training to be delivered and undertake evaluation of the learning
To ensure safe practice to minimise the risks of infection to patients and staff in accordance with national and Organisation policy.
Undertake personal development to enhance own skills as agreed with the line manager.
Following discussion and agreement with the line manager, to undertake additional duties as required in order to support the delivery of an effective learning and development service for the organisation.
To be conversant in Health and Safety legislation and guidelines relating to the workplace and to ensure safe working practises and attend all required updates and trainer training.
Travel to different locations to deliver training and support.
Occasional evening, weekend working as required.