RTT Trainer SME

Source Group
High Wycombe, UK
13 Sep 2019
21 Sep 2019
Contract Type
Full Time
Please note the location of this role is not what is advertised, you will need to contact us to find out if this role is in the North, South, West or East of England*

Job purpose

The role of the RTT Trainer is to deliver training to any staff group specified and provide expert advice on the application of RTT rules, application and process.

The post holder will form part of the core team who develop and implement training for new and existing admin and clerical staff, junior doctors or clinicians during inductions or as and when required. This will include delivering core and bespoke classroom training, work based learning and facilitating web based learning as required.

The post holder must have a strong knowledge of the RTT rules and guidance, as well as the Trust Access Policy.

The post holder will be familiar with working with Trust Patient Administration Systems, processes, and knowledge of trust data collection processes i.e. clinic outcome forms.

Duties (Project Delivery)

* Deliver all training courses on site as requested by the trust

* Assist with creating be spoke training material as required.

* Deliver RTT training to areas which are causing key RTT data quality issues on the system. Provide support and guidance in the development and implementation of education and training programmes to ensure the successful delivery of RTT pathways within relevant services.

* To be responsible for training new and existing members of staff in the use of RTT application and rules

* Provide advice and guidance of the Trust on RTT data quality issues and processes, where they have been contacted directly or indirectly for assistance.

* To plan and organize own work schedule, demonstrating good time management and ensuring anticipated difficulties in meeting deadlines are reported promptly.

* To develop and maintain effective working relationships with colleagues and other staff groups within the Trust and external organizations, ensuring that a professional, efficient and courteous service is provided.

* Provide specific training for Consultants and associated medical staff on the correct completion of trust outcome forms- this can be delivered within the work place or classroom or combination of both.

* Provide training for medical staff in relation to RTT statuses for core patient pathways.

* Provide feedback to the trust project board on success of delivery on training, identifying obstacles and issues which may be person or system related.

* Assist the trust with the development of bespoke training material for ongoing training.

* Support the trust in reviewing and where required , of Standard Operating Procedures specifically to administrative processes that affect RTT and Waiting List pathways.

Person Specification

Must have clear and written communication skills. You must be adaptable to the sudden change in client requirements and be able to present solutions that work for the client. You must have:

* Minimum 2 years working experience within the NHS

* Knowledge and expertise in producing relevant documents that can be used for associated project delivery

* Knowledge of 18 weeks RTT clock rules

* Significant pathway validation/PAS Data management knowledge

* Experience of successfully managing and delivering projects i.e. Trust wide training programmes

The Company reserves the right to vary or amend the duties and responsibilities of the post holder at any time according to the needs of the Company's business

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