Job description


  • Entry level
  • No Education
  • Salary to negotiate
  • Epsom


28 hours per week, flexible working

Domus are seeking an experienced trainer who can coach, train and develop staff within a Specialist Care organisation, to enable them to deliver extraordinary support and improved quality of life for the people supported.

Our client provides person-centered support for people with learning disabilities and autism, many of whom have sight loss. They encourage people with disabilities to challenge what they expect from life, from themselves and from wider society. The people supported overcome huge barriers to achieve exciting new things every day: some big, some small, all extraordinary.

In this role you will coach, train and develop staff across the Oxfordshire and Tadley regions to improve their skills and knowledge in line with the service needs and legal requirements. Based in their Epsom office and working 4 days you will be expected to support service managers in the training and induction of new employees and work closely with the learning and development business partner to develop, design and deliver training.

Main Duties and Responsibilities:

- To strive to produce high quality outputs and interactions both for the people we support and each other.
- Act as an ambassador for the organisation by ensuring your own networks are aware that people with learning disabilities are more likely than others to have sight problems.
- Encourage others to consider and recognise signs and symptoms of sight problem and to take action.
- To take responsibility for using all our resources wisely and monitoring the efficiency of our services, ensuring that our services are always adapting to meet the needs of the people we support.
- Monitor the impact and effectiveness of training through the evaluation and feedback from course participants and evaluation in the workplace.
- Working with the Learning and Development Business Partner in the planning and preparation of an in-house training and development programme for the assigned region.
- To support the service managers in supporting their staff in completion of the Care certificate
- Liaising with the People Development Coordinator to ensure the proper administration of training events, including the physical training resource, preparing course information for internal and external circulation and of any externally based training provision.
- To support the Learning and Development Business Partners In conjunction with the service managers in developing an annual Training Needs Analysis and continuously review this with the service managers to decide priority.
- Assist the Learning and Development Business Partner in developing

About You:

- Experience in training, facilitating a range of learning and development programmes within the social care sector.
- You should have a professional approach and be solution focused with excellent interpersonal skill.
- Have strong written and verbal communication skills as you will be supporting people's continuous development in a variety of roles and have the ability and willingness to work flexibly.
- The role requires regular travel working peripatetically across the south west so a car driver is essential.

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If you are interested in the above Learning & Development Trainer (PART-TIME) vacancy, please call Michael on quoting reference MW-LDTPT-8010 or email your CV to .

Key words: Learning & Development Trainer, learning and development, Health and Social Care

- trainer
- learning disabilities
- autism

  • coach
  • trainer