Social Care Trainer

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2018-04-06 Care Homes Job Title: Social Care Trainer

Job Setting: Agency Office

Job Role: Training & Development

Date Posted: 07 Mar 2018

Job Location: Bracknell , Berkshire

Salary: to be discussed on interview

Hours: Full Time or Part Time

Contact Name: Laura Bates

Job Reference: SCT Bracknell


With over 24 years of operational experience within the Domiciliary Care sector and holder of an Investors in People Gold Standard, Q Care is expanding its business in the South East of England. Therefore, the need has arisen for a part-time social care trainer dedicated to this geographical area.

We have an exciting opportunity for you to join our busy Quality and Training Department.  You will be delivering training for services based in the South East Region covering areas such as Bracknell Forest, West Berkshire and London Borough of Sutton.  There may also be occasions when you will be expected to travel out of the area to deliver training when needed.

You will be confident to develop and deliver learning material consistently, in line with organisational strategy and policies. You need to have excellent organisation and planning skills, be outgoing and enthusiastic and have a passion to make learning exciting and interesting for all. You will need to be up to date in relation to your knowledge and skills and meet the current required standards as well as being aware of changing legislation.

You will be expected to work closely with key people both locally, regionally and within the Training Department to identify specific learning needs and ensure that all learning and development activities are fit for purpose.

This role will suit someone who is happy to work as an individual whilst relishing being part of a wider supportive training team.  We need someone who is dynamic and not afraid of a challenge.

It is envisaged that the role will be initially for 10 days per month and expand with the organisation. Ideally, candidates should hold recognised training/teaching awards e.g. Certificate of Education and relevant train the trainer awards and have experienced a background in health and social care.

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