As lead Officer for our external training offer, you will manage, design, deliver and develop VAL’s free and paid-for training programme. The programme has tough financial targets and you will need to safeguard quality standards, ensure optimum delegate occupancy and undertake programme monitoring and evaluation. Increasing training sales will be key to your role and you will work closely with our inhouse Marketing and Communications team on promoting the various programmes. Your role will also focus on continuous development, working with colleagues to review, refresh and develop content, new programmes and source internal and external trainers.
An excellent and passionate communicator, you will need to demonstrate established experience of designing, developing, promoting or delivering successful training. Your workload will be complex and varied so a flexible approach is key. You will have experience in training analysis, evaluation and reporting and will be ably supported by internal subject matter experts.
Voluntary Action Leicester is a sector leading diverse and ambitious organisation, with a vision for growth. You will benefit from a competitive salary, a flexible and supportive working environment, 25 days annual leave, rising with service, plus bank holidays and a 6% employer pension contribution.
Find out more
The job description, person specification and application form for this role can be found here https://valonline.org.uk/work-for-val/ or alternatively telephone Donna Taylor on 0116 257 5034.
For an informal discussion about this role, please contact Kevin Allen-Khimani, Executive Manager Public Sector Contracts and Projects email@example.com, 0116 2575007.
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