Train the Trainer – March 2024

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Resolution provides a wide range of high quality training courses for members and non-members throughout the year. We are now looking to recruit more trainers to lead these courses.

The deadline to apply for this training is 01 March 2024.

Successful applicants training day is 25 March 2024.

After submitting your application, we will be in touch closer to the time to let you know if your application has been successful, in the meantime please keep 25 March 2024 date on hold.

Would you like to be a Resolution trainer?

We are looking to expand our pool of course trainers and invite applications from across the Resolution membership from anyone keen to become a trainer.  A trainer is someone who leads a course, designs its objectives and content and delivers it to delegates, and supports delegates in their learning.   It’s a highly skilled role for which we pay daily rates.

Who can be a Resolution trainer?

We’re keen to recruit trainers from across the full diversity of Resolution membership.  We are looking for people keen to develop into being a trainer as well as people who have previous experience of training.

Essentially the role includes working alongside the Resolution staff to plan and create content for courses, as well as delivering courses.   We’re looking for people with excellent interpersonal skills who can work with course delegates at all stages of their career.

We’re looking for trainers to lead all types of courses, in particular we have a busy calendar of DR courses including collaborative foundation training for which we want to recruit trainers.

Role of a Resolution trainer

As a trainer, your role is to equip course delegates with the knowledge and practical skills which meet the course objectives and any standards requirements applicable to the subject area.

All our trainers are overseen and supported by the Resolution Professional Development staff team.  The team prioritises and plans training activity over the year, appoints and supports trainers for each course and works with the Training and Learning Committee and other member Committees to develop new ideas for training.

Responsibilities

As a trainer, you’ll need to:

  • draft course objectives and expected outcome/s, design and draft the course programme together with the staff team
  • produce training materials and course content, including any experiential learning content, roleplay, presentation/s and supporting documents, distance learning/guided study components, taking account of means of delivery (e.g. attended/classroom, online and blended learning)
  • working alongside the staff team, manage the delivery of each training and development event for which you have responsibility
  • ensure that any statutory requirements or standards related to any learning are included and/or met working with the Head of Standards
  • support delegates in an appropriate way either on a one-to-one basis or in groups
  • carry out any required delegate assessment promptly and appropriately
  • amend and revise programmes as necessary, and at least annually in order to ensure continuous improvement and delivery
  • help colleagues and staff in addressing specific training problems
  • keep under review use of technology and methodologies in learning
  • ensure that Resolution’s Code of Practice and equality, diversity and inclusion policies are at the centre of all course development and delivery

Person Specification

You’ll need to have:

  • interpersonal skills that enable you to work with people at all levels and at all stages in their career, the ability to motivate others and change people’s attitudes when necessary
  • the ability to plan, develop and write training course structure and content
  • good presentation skills and confident public speaker
  • good assessment skills and the ability to able to provide appropriate feedback
  • the ability to ‘read the room’ and respond quickly to the specific needs of a group, including the ability to respond appropriately to the emotional effects of some course content on individuals
  • IT skills relevant to presenting/managing training
  • flexible and enthusiastic with initiative and the ability to offer new ideas
  • strong teamworking skills and a collaborative approach to training, both face-to-face and remotely
  • problem-solving and negotiation skills
  • good time-keeping skills and the ability to multitask to enable you to effectively manage training programmes and meet deadlines

What’s the process to become a Resolution trainer?

If you are enthusiastic about this opportunity, please do apply via the short form below.

You can contact us if you’d like to ask any questions in advance of submitting your form.

 


The deadline to apply for this training is 01 March 2024.

Successful applicants training day is 25 March 2024.

After submitting your application, we will be in touch closer to the time to let you know if your application has been successful, in the meantime please keep 25 March 2024 date on hold.


 

Applications are now closed for Train the Trainer - 2024 (online).