Training & Development Lead

The Partnership has a proven track record of supporting victims and survivors of domestic abuse as well as delivering training around this. Since 2010 we have been particularly involved in working to help develop, promote and roll out technological solutions to protect victims of domestic abuse on a national level, including TecSOS and the Bright Sky App.

In connection with this, we now have an exciting role for a Training and Development Lead within a newly shaped learning function where there is a real appetite to embrace digital learning within this rapidly growing area. The purpose of this role is to design, develop and deliver a range of bespoke training packages to prevent and respond to domestic abuse and sexual violence. This role would ideally suit an innovative and organised person experienced in both creating and delivering training, ideally virtually and in the area of domestic abuse or similar. A good understanding of adult learning techniques is essential, along with a creative eye and a strong digital skillset. This is an exciting and rewarding role where you will also be involved in supporting an ongoing digital project currently in development with another charity and where you will make a real and positive impact on the safety and well-being of those who suffer domestic abuse.

Training Development Delivery Lead – JD July 2020

Application Form

The closing date for applications is:                      Wednesday 12th August 2020 at 5pm
(Candidates will be contacted on 14/08/20)

Interviews (Virtually)                                                Week Commencing 17th August 2020

Please send completed  Application Forms, a CV and covering email/letter to bron@thamesvalleypartnership.org.uk  or by post to Bron Jones, Thames Valley Partnership, The Coach House, Manor Farm Courtyard, Aston Sandford, Aylesbury, Buckinghamshire, HP17 8JB.

Thames Valley Partnership is an equal opportunities employer; the aim of our policy is to ensure no job applicant, employee or worker is discriminated against either directly or indirectly on the grounds of race, colour, ethnic or national origin, religious belief, sex, marital status, sexual orientation, gender reassignment, age or disability.  We do not disbar applicants with criminal convictions and are mindful of the requirements of the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act, 1974. Thames Valley Partnership actively invite candidates of a Black or ethnic minority background to apply for this role.

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