At OneWorkforce, we believe that training and development should be fun, engaging and deliver positive outcomes for our clients. As our reputation and our client base grow, we are looking to strengthen our existing team with Associate Trainers.
You will be delivering OneWorkforce training modules as part of our team on a. We will equip you with the skills and tools, you just need to bring your passion, enthusiasm and experience!
You will be an experienced trainer with a good knowledge of Primary Care. Ideally you will have experience in delivering a range of NHS Mandatory and Statutory training (MaST) modules and be Level 3 accredited in each area.
You will be passionate about sharing your knowledge and experience through educating others. You will have the confidence to deliver group workshops and individual sessions, and be flexible and able to adapt to the needs of our clients.
Above all, you will be interested in exceeding expectations through well designed and engaging training that delivers sustainable change and demonstrable learning outcomes.
What you’ll need
- A passion for sales and training
- A proven track record in delivering training
- A high standard of delivery and facilitation skills, demonstrating energy and credibility
- Kudos, gravitas and presence
- A desire to help get clients the best results
- A growth mindset, with the desire to constantly learn and adapt new skills and ideas
- Agile and adaptable to different situations
- Excellent verbal and written communicator
Who we are
We are a national training provider with over a decade of experience in delivering healthcare in some of the country’s most challenging locations.We know first hand that having a highly skilled, confident and capable workforce is critical in a healthcare setting. Our team are here to support care providers in shaping, growing and up-skilling their workforce to meet today’s challenges head on.
Find out more
Please email your CV and any relevant information to the email below or get in touch to arrange an initial discussion about how we could work together.
Contact: Caroline Richardson