Apprenticeship Programme Facilitator

Northumbria Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust
North East
£15000 - £100000

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Job Description

This post is for the Apprenticeship Programme Facilitator for the Level 3 Senior Healthcare Support Worker Apprenticeship. The successful candidates will focus on this apprenticeship programme but also support the facilitation for additional apprenticeship programmes and opportunities.

The postholder will support the Apprenticeship team in coordinating and delivering effective apprenticeship training curriculum, and liaising with the Business Units as appropriate with regard to programme recruitment and delivery.

They will also utilise a range of robust systems and processes that support both Apprenticeship Team and Organisational Development, delivering upon key objectives and outcomes as required on a Trustwide basis. Along with upholding professional and regulatory standards relating to apprenticeship delivery.

This team member will contribute to the creation, agreement and delivery of the Apprenticeship Delivery Plan and also the Human Resources/Organisational Development Strategy and Action Plan; by providing a high quality service to ensure the organisation meets a range of key performance indicators relating to the Apprenticeship team.

We expect this person to role model compassionate and inclusive teaching practices and inspire a positive apprenticeship learning culture.

  • To deliver high quality training packages to apprenticeship learners; upholding standards and compliance with regulatory bodies of the field.
  • To assess, support and challenge apprentices to develop their knowledge, skills and behaviours in line with their apprenticeship standard.
  • To provide and/or facilitate individualised training and support to new apprentices along with some elements of pastoral care support.
  • To support day to day management and supervision for the Apprenticeship team.
  • To facilitate and support the use of appropriate training interventions that are fit for purpose including the identification of learning needs at an operational level.
  • To ensure appropriate apprenticeship key objectives are achieved in line with the dedicated Business Unit's Learning and Development plans and the Apprenticeship Delivery Plan.
  • To support all marketing, communication and promotion, including the attendance of career events.
  • To participate in Internal Quality Assurance for work based, vocational and academic learning and support all external audit requirements.

We manage three major locality hospitals at North Tyneside, Wansbeck and Hexham, plus a number of smaller community hospitals and clinics from Tynemouth to Berwick on Tweed, in addition to our state-of-the-art Northumbria Specialist Emergency Care Hospital, the first of its kind in England. We also care for people in their homes and provide services from facilities in local communities such as health centres. We give people greater choice and control over their care to help them to live independently at home and avoid hospital admission where appropriate. High quality patient care is at the heart of everything we do and we strive to ensure every single patient and service user has an exceptional experience with us.

For further details / informal visits contact: Name: Michelle Armstrong-Archer Job title: Clinical Apprenticeship Coordinator Email address: Telephone number: 07812390385

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