Regional Clinical Trainer

Athenia Recruitment
Reading, UK
06 Sep 2019
03 Oct 2019
Contract Type
Full Time
Regional Clinical Trainer (Nurse) - South East England region.

£46,000 per annum plus company car.

This role will involve delivering training in a number of nursing homes located across the south east region, from Oxford to Brighton, Cambridgeshire and Greater London. Candidates can be living in any area which gives access to these areas for work.

An active NMC PIN and a full driving licence are ESSENTIAL for consideration for this role as extensive travel will be expected within the south east region and occasional overnight stays will be required. A teaching qualification is beneficial however not essential if evidence of effective clinical training delivery in previous roles can be demonstrated.

A generous salary up to £46,000 per annum is available to the successful candidate, along with a Company Car and fuel card.

Athenia Healthcare Recruitment are currently recruiting for a Nurse Qualified Regional Clinical Trainer to deliver high quality clinical training workshops and courses across the business in various subjects to form part of the overall business Learning and Development strategy.

You should be an experienced and enthusiastic registered nurse ideally with the ability to demonstrate your training experience and give examples of delivering a wide range of clinical training. You must be flexible, and willing to travel extensively as required as part of the role to the various sites within the region. You will be joining the Regional Clinical Training Team which operates nationwide within the company. The training to be delivered will range from clinical frontline to operational clinical management.

Key training programmes:

To develop and deliver high quality clinical skills training for staff nurses as part of the Nurse Academy portfolio of education and training. Job levels will span from clinical and care front line to operational clinical management, where appropriate.

• On-boarding and induction for the operational clinical teams

• Clinical job skills development

• Nurse Preceptorship

• International Nurse on-boarding and induction

• CHAPs development

• Clinical management development

• Senior Nursing Care Assistant job skills training (where appropriate to the geography)

• OSCE provision

Key Responsibilities - Regional Clinical Trainer
  • To deliver service-critical, non-clinical training programmes including manual handling and first aid to clinical and non-clinical populations (suitable training will be provided to enable this, where necessary).
  • To coordinate with the Managing Director and wider functional/departmental leads to identify, analyse and deliver against business-critical objectives for the appropriate geography
  • To support the wider implementation of the learning and development framework and strategy across the specified business geography
  • To maximise levels of employee engagement from Day 1
  • To evaluate any training workshops you have delivered as well as any training projects you have been working on to help continuous improvement of the training offer
  • To collate and accurately input any data or information onto the relevant training records (either paper, electronic or LMS)
  • To develop clinical training and development plans within agreed formats and timescales to meet operational team priorities
  • To ensure that training programmes meet with, and integrate with, organisational requirements for quality management, health and safety, legal stipulations, environmental policies and general duty of care
  • To provide up-to-date clinical expertise and guidance to the business, using relevant specialist knowledge
  • To liaise with members of the Resourcing and Development teams, where appropriate, to provide clinical input when required on areas such as Induction and In-role Development
  • To maintain continuous professional development and keep abreast of functional best practice and industry trends through networking, reading and online research and attending appropriate training events
  • To support the apprenticeship strategy, where appropriate, in each home in the geography and ensure learners feel supported in a robust development journey
  • To feedback to the Manager on key projects, support or resource needed in the business
  • To collaborate on any specific clinical learning and development initiatives identified by the business.

Key Knowledge and Experience - Regional Clinical Trainer
  • An experienced and highly competent Registered Nurse with a range of clinical experience and evidence of recent continuing professional development; ability to act as an advocate and role model for nurses across FSHC
  • Be able to demonstrate enthusiasm for teaching and learning
  • Evidence of teaching in a clinical setting to small and large groups
  • Evidence of planning, developing and delivering a wide range of clinical skills training using a range of blended, interactive and innovative approaches to learning
  • Effective time management and organisational skills with the ability to readily adapt within a fast paced and challenging environment
  • Effective interpersonal skills and ability to work with and influence a wide range of stakeholders and colleagues within and outside of the business
  • Ability to think strategically and be proactively involved in the development of clinical policies, quality improvement and practice development initiatives across the wider L&D and Operational teams
  • Ability to work flexibly, under pressure and to deadlines
  • Team player but also able to work independently, able to make sound judgements and decisions within own scope of practice and role

If you would like to be considered for this exciting role of Regional Clinical Trainer, please apply with your up to date CV

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