Quality & Training Co-ordinator (Tunbridge Wells)

Full-Time Permanent Opportunity *£11.15 per hour & Great Benefits (Rate effective from 1st April 2020)

Training Co-Cordinator

Do you have experience working in the Healthcare sector?

Do you have a passion for facilitating training?

Are you able to motivate overs?

If the answer is yes to any of these questions, then Training Co-ordinator role may be the ideal career for you!

Job Purpose

As a member of the Management team at the Home, you will play a part in the provision of the training and development of staff. The role will consist of working with the Registered Manager to continuously improve the quality and delivery of service.

This role may require travel to other homes across Kent, Essex, Middlesex and East Sussex as required to support in training as well as external locations for your own training and meetings.

Job Duties

  • To work with the Home Manager to ensure that the findings from quality assurance processes are reflected in appropriate training for all staff
  • To assist with quality and training audits, analysing the data and preparing plans for action
  • To be responsible for the implementation, evaluation, orientation, feedback, induction and continuous improvement of new employees
  • Support and maintain a culture of performance and excellence, acting as a role model for the care functions within the home


  • To be responsible for working alongside the Manager in identifying and implementing all mandatory and other training needs for all staff in the Home
  • To ensure robust induction and ongoing training and support systems and processes are in place to provide assurance that the essential standards of quality and service are delivered to residents
  • To be responsible for maintaining the training matrix within the Home, identifying and implementing the training requirements of the home
  • To be responsible for the administration of training to include preparation of training materials, completing certificates and maintaining staff training files
  • To be responsible for developing training and development programmes for staff in a structured way, assisting non-clinical staff to develop in their roles and levels of competence

Specific Qualifications/ Skills/ Attributes

  • Ideally holds a formal qualification in training e.g. PTTLS or an Assessors Qualification or have proven        experience in a training role
  • Excellent organisational and planning skills with attention to detail
  • Strong communication skills both oral and written

If you would like to join our successful team, please select "apply now" and forward us your CV or give the Recruitment Team a call on 0800 144 4101.