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Job Summary

To deliver, design and amend appropriate training courses.

Main responsibilities-Trainer Job Description

Deliver and design courses and develop sessions in general


Revise amend and/or update training materials to ensure that the information students receive remains relevant, accurate and up to date.


Make assessment decisions in order to ascertain that required standards have been achieved. Debrief and provide feed back to students and work with them to compile Developmental plans to assist their learning and development


Must be able to travel anywhere when required.


Must have a satisfactory attendance record


Must be able to promote equality and diversity



Not withstanding the details in this role profile, in accordance with the company Flexibility Policy, the job holder will undertake such work as may be determined by management from time to time, or up to a level consistent with the principal responsibilities of the job



Knowledge, Skills and Abilities-Trainer Job Description



Trainer Job Description


Managing and Developing People

Assess candidates using a range of methods

Undertake assessment of individuals against agreed standards of competence as appropriate within your level of competence.


Deliver training and development sessions

Encourage individual learning through clear communication of learning points, the use of appropriate facilitation style and effective use of learning aids during the session.


Design and develop learning and development sessions

Plan and design training and development sessions, which satisfy clearly defined learning needs, and include appropriate learning methods and


Trainer Job Description



Prepare and deliver presentations


Prepare and deliver information to diverse audiences ensuring that you use an appropriate communication style, operate equipment correctly and represent the values of the Service.


Personal Responsibility

Comply with Health and Safety legislation

Ensure that you show a duty of care and take appropriate action to comply with Health and Safety requirements at all times.


Maintain standards of professional practice



Qualified to NVQ level 3 or Certificate in Training Practice.


Typically a minimum of 3 years practical experience in adult education, in training design and delivery.

Trainer Job Description




Ensure your behaviour complies with organisational values and organise your own work effectively to meet the demands of your role. Identify, implement and monitor development activities to enhance your own performance.


Facilitate groups

Facilitate groups both internal and external to ensure equal participation of all involved to enable objectives to be met.


Health, Safety and Welfare

Manage the welfare needs of individuals

Recognise any welfare needs that a member of staff may be experiencing, assist them in identifying the cause and agree a suitable way forward, acting at all times in accordance with organisational policy.


Promote equality, diversity and Human Rights in working practices

Promote equality, diversity and Human Rights in working practices by developing and maintaining positive working relationships, ensuring that colleagues are treated fairly and contributing to developing equality of opportunity in working practices.