We are currently partnering with a national charity based in North West London, who are recruiting for an L&D Partner to join their growing team on a permanent basis.
Our client is proud to be recognised as a national charity that supports both adults and children with learning disabilities and their families.
This is a full-time position with a salary band of £37,500 to £43,000 (subject to experience) and the start date is the end of November (pending notice).
Duties will include (but are not limited to):
Supporting the Learning & Development department in meeting their strategic ambitions for staff and the quality of the services they provide
Overseeing the implementation and evaluation of a training needs analysis and developing learning & development programmes based on organisational and external needs
Supporting the design, delivery, and review of the learning and development programme as well as the development of role specific pathways for all teams
Creating a yearly training plan, ensuring all staff members have individual learning plans or training and development plans
Supporting managers and teams in specific training, using practice-based learning
Delivering key training projects and working closely with colleagues to identify skills gaps, creating training where there is the need
Ensuring the scope and continuous improvement of new programmes and managing ongoing training initiatives
Developing processes to measure impact and return on investment/return on expectation of programmes
Facilitating different learning channels, face to face, group, blended or digital modes of training
Supporting the development of a pool of internal and external trainers
Track record of delivering a successful learning and development programme
Experience in developing digital learning and development
Able to demonstrate quality improvement through an L&D programme
Skills, knowledge and expertise required:
Ability to research and access specialist learning and development (covering children, adults and central departments)
Effective analytical and problem-solving skills with the ability to advise on appropriate learning solutions to meet organisational and individual needs
Understanding of the skills and knowledge necessary to be successful in the learning disability sector
Knowledge of the qualification’s pathway for social care
Rewards and Benefits:
Opportunities to earn additional annual leave
Travel loan scheme
Generous contributory pension scheme
High quality support and supervision
Extensive free training
Access to qualifications
Employee assistance programme
Free DBS check and update service membership
Flexible working opportunities
37.5 hours per week
Monday – Friday, 9am-5pm
Hybrid working - 1 day WFH
Please note that you require recent experience to apply for this role.
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