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We are looking to recruit Trainers to deliver training events and programmes to businesses and organisations locally, regionally and nationally. If successful at all stages of the recruitment process, you will be placed in a Talent Pool, pending confirmation of vacancies.

The post holder will facilitate and deliver a variety of events and programmes that equip delegates, partners and colleagues with a range of tools to better manage their own and other peoples’ health and wellbeing, promote healthier lifestyles and raise their awareness and knowledge of the particular subject matter.

The role is extremely varied and the post holder can expect to be exposed to a number of areas where they will be able to strengthen their skills and experiences.
What you’ll need to be successful:

• Experience of working with individuals or groups to achieve behavioural or lifestyle changes
• Experience of delivering individual or group based health or advice and guidance interventions
• Excellent understanding of the concepts of “wellbeing”, “self-help” and “positive mental health”
• Good understanding of health and safety priorities and risk management when working in the community.

We are keen to hear from accredited Mental Health First Aid Trainers.

To download the full Job Description and to find out how to apply, please visit:

https://www.kaleidoscopeplus.org.uk/blog/job-vacancies/trainer
Posted: 24/09/2020
Closes: Thursday 8th September 2020 at 5pm
Location
West Bromwich (with regional and national travel)
Job type
37.5 per week
Salary
£19,000 - £22,000 per annum
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