Learning Development Facilitator
The Queen Elizabeth Hospital King's Lynn NHSFT
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The post holder will be responsible for delivering training courses and core Trust learning activities. They will be required to contribute to the planning, design, and delivery of a range of programme portfolios including soft skill workshops, personal development review and other leadership and management workshops.
They will support the Learning & OD Business Partner in the scoping, design, delivery, and implementation of new educational programmes designed to address emergent needs within the Trust whilst supporting the design and facilitation of a range of programmes to sustain the development of the workforce, eg leadership and management programmes and PDR training (appraisals).
Main duties of the job
To ensure the smooth running of the programmes delivered on a day-today basis, and work collaboratively with other departments and staff todevelop and maintain systems and high standards which promote theprofessional image of the OD & Talent team.
To adopt a blended learning approach when developing training materials, presentations, workshops and programmes that meet the needs of the Trust, including the Corporate Induction programme. To facilitate and support learning through a variety of means, includingworking informally with learners providing advice to Trust staff on learning and training related queries.
To contribute to the implementation and delivery of accredited programmes and qualifications in accordance with the requirements of the awarding body. To work in partnership with other departments and teams to ensure the smooth planning and running of programmes and to ensure that the content of programmes is up-to-date and meets both Trust Policy, legislation, and best practice.
The Queen Elizabeth Hospital (QEH) King's Lynn is located near some of the most beautiful scenery in the UK, along the north Norfolk coast, and not far from Sandringham House.
We provide a comprehensive range of specialist, acute, obstetrics and community-based healthcare services to around 331,000 people across west and north Norfolk, in addition to parts of Breckland, Cambridgeshire and South Lincolnshire.
We have more than 4,000 staff and volunteers, approximately 530 beds, and a helipad for air ambulances. We work with neighbouring hospitals for the provision of tertiary services, including as part of regional partnership and network models of care, such as the trauma network.
In February 2022 the significant progress that has been made at QEH was recognised by the Care Quality Commission who rated the Trust as 'Good' in all of the core services they inspected. They recommended the Trust moves out of the recovery support system (formerly special measures).
For full details of the Learning Development Facilitator please see the attached job description and person specification.
Qualifications/training and professional development
Skills, abilities, and knowledge
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