National Trainer – HSE CMP
A National Trainer position is available within the HSE Contact Management Programme (CMP). The main purpose of the role is to assist in the design, development, delivery and evaluation of education and training resources and programmes for the induction and ongoing development of staff working in the area of Contact Tracing within the CMP.
The National Trainer will work closely with the CMP Quality and Training Manager, CMP Education and Training team members and the Contact Tracing Centre (CTC) management teams in the management and implementation of the CMP Training Plan. This is a Grade VII post and will be based in the Cork office.
- Deliver a range of training and education programmes across the CMP (virtual and face to face learning environment).
- Contribute to the development of programme content and material including teaching and learning methodologies for face-to-face and online training
- Support the development of a comprehensive CMP Training Plan
- Support the development and commissioning of education and training programmes using collaborative co-design mechanisms.
- Advise on best practice in terms of evidence based adult teaching and learning methodology.
- Work collaboratively with CMP, CTC staff, and other relevant stakeholders to identify education and training needs.
- Work collaboratively with colleagues in other education and training delivery programmes and other key external stakeholders, in the provision of training and education programmes.
- Attend meetings and seminars, and participate on working groups and committees, as required by the CMP Quality and Training Lead.
- Have in depth knowledge of the training cycle from needs analysis to evaluation.
- Support the administration of training programmes including programme bookings, timetabling, programme cancellations, records of attendance.
- Undertake regular reviews and evaluation of programme content and material with stakeholders including teaching and learning methodologies, to ensure they are up to date and based on the best available evidence and research.
- Create learning networks to support contact tracing teams to share learning and experiences and support each other with difficult situation
- Provide education and training support to CTC leaders to enable them to effectively manage and support their teams
- Support the development of contact tracing teams to build capability to deliver an effective, efficient and quality service
- Keep informed of emerging developments in the CMP and the health services in general.
- Maintain own knowledge of relevant policies, procedures, regulatory standards, legislation to perform the role effectively.
- Significant experience of designing, delivering and evaluating education and training programmes in the context of health and social care settings
- Experience of building and nurturing strong relationships with internal and external stakeholders to achieve shared education goals
- Access to appropriate transport and a full driving licence is necessary to fulfil the requirements of the role
- Experience of working as a Level 1 Contact Tracer or Clinical Support Lead within a CTC is desirable
- A qualification at Level 7 on the National Framework of Qualifications or its equivalent
- Project management experience in a complex service delivery environment is desirable
To apply for this role please forward your CV using the apply button. The closing date for applications is Thursday 22nd July 2021 2021 at 17:00. Candidates deemed suitable will be contacted thereafter.