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Do you want to work with for an Ofsted Grade 1 'Outstanding' training provider? Please view our opportunities below. 

  • Business Development Advisor (Head Office)

    Work closely with the Business Development Manager, Operations Managers and the team of Trainer-Coaches to drive leads, sales, and starts. Activity to include:

    • Making quarterly contact with both existing and lapsed employers to identify possible opportunities; Apprenticeship and Traineeship leads.
    • In conjunction with the Marketing Co-ordinator, source data and develop tailored campaigns (mailshot, e-shot and within constant contact), follow up by phone.
    • Cold call employers to raise awareness of Apprenticeships; promoting the benefits and incentives; identifying eligible employed staff and new Apprenticeship vacancies.
    • Maintain Haddon vacancies on Get My First Job and follow up all enquiries from potential learners
    • Maintain a prospect list/pipeline for both potential employers and potential learners. Prospect lists should be produced 3-months ahead (rolling) in line with Trainer-Coach capacity/reports.
    • Provide effective I.A.G to employers and learners, signposting to alternative provision if required.
    • Field all incoming sales enquires (emails) and calls.
    • Advertise new vacancies on appropriate websites whilst working closely with the Marketing Co-ordinator to promote via social media channels, the Haddon Training website and local press.
    • Speak to potential candidates regarding their applications, forwarding suitable candidates to the employer and subsequently organising a trial period/interview.
    • Track all vacancies through to closure – keeping employers/locations fully informed of progress.
    • Track all unsuccessful applicants, picking up once employment has been sought.
    • Book application/enrolment appointments via outlook, sending all parties the relevant information.
    • Work closely with Operations to track progression (Traineeship to Apprenticeship and Level 2 to Level 3).
    • Attend careers conventions/school events.

    Reporting:

    • Contribute to the Business Development Manager’s weekly forecasts
    • Attend regular sales team meetings.
    • Attend a monthly 121 with the Business Development Manager and ensure accurate performance reporting regarding set KPI’s is brought to these meetings

    Governance:

    • Comply with legal and other relevant regulatory requirements, such as learner Health & Safety, Safeguarding and Data Protection.
    • Comply with all HT procedures and working practices.

    Skills:

    • Have a thorough understanding of funding guidance and rules (ESFA) to guide and advise employers/learners/parents accordingly.
    • Have excellent communication skills – verbal and written (customer focused).
    • Demonstrate outstanding interpersonal skills and be confident dealing with a wide range of people on the telephone.
    • Hold experience of using Learner Management/CRM Systems/Excel spreadsheets and Outlook email and calendars.
    • Be a self-starter, with drive and ambition.
    • Be a team player, with a ‘can do’ attitude and a good sense of humour
    • Be able to work on own initiative and maturity but also able to work as a team player.
    • Demonstrate effective time management, planning, and organisational skills.
    • Have the ability to build a strong working relationship with colleagues, learners, and employers.
    • Be aware of delicate and sensitive areas of confidentiality.
    • Ensure absolute attention to detail.

    Personal:

    • Take responsibility for own CPD.
    • Agree monthly and quarterly objectives and targets your Line Manager.
    • Participate in and achieve any CPD qualifications agreed by SMT, and within an agreed timeframe.
    • Undertake any other duties which may be required to meet Haddon Training strategic objectives (Business, Operational, and Quality Improvement Plans).
    • Attend annual safeguarding/Prevent and Health & Safety Training.
    • Be subject to a DBS check.

    Benefits:

    • Competitive salary
    • Company Pension
    • CPD opportunities
    • Career opportunities as the business grow

    Download the full Business Development Advisor Job Discription

    Closing date: 28th March 2018. Email your CV together with a covering letter explaining why you believe you are suitable for this role to enquiries@haddontraining.co.uk or call: 01672 519977 to find out more about the role.

  • Animal Care Trainer-Coach (South & Mid Wales)

    Haddon Training Ltd is seeking a talented Trainer-Coach, for a full time role based in South Wales or Mid Wales area. This is a fantastic opportunity for a graduate who would like to work with in an Ofsted ‘Outstanding’ Government Funded Training Provider.

    Haddon Training, est. in 1997 primarily works with 16-24-year-olds who are employed and undertaking a work based Apprenticeship programme, Traineeship or qualification. We offer Apprenticeship programmes within the Equine, Animal Care, and Business Services sectors, delivered by a national network of highly qualified industry Trainer-Coaches. We work with over 800 employers in both England and Wales.

     

    Overview of the role:

    To enrol, induct, assess, train, teach and support a caseload of learners who are undertaking an Apprenticeship, Advanced Apprenticeship or other Work-Based Learning programme (e.g. Diploma, Traineeship etc.).

     

    Working with the Animal Care Operations Manager, you will be responsible for:

    Enrolment:

    • To thoroughly and accurately complete the enrolment process and documentation for each learner
    • To submit documentation to the central MIS team within 24 hours, and correct any errors within a timely manner

     

    Induction:

    • Carry out a full introduction to Information, Advice and Guidance (IAG), Equality, Diversity and Inclusion (ED&I) and PREVENT/Safeguarding; and conduct a site health & safety check and risk assessments
    • Review the learner’s C.V, approved prior learning, experience and attainment. Complete a vocational skills check/scan to ascertain the Apprentice’s start point
    • Complete English, Maths, learning styles and ICT diagnostic assessments, providing the learner with detailed feedback and agree areas for support. Generate an ISP (ITLP insert)
    • In line with the Training Agreement draw up and agree a detailed individualised teaching & learning plan (ITLP) with the learner and employer – detailing clear milestones/targets for all components of the standard. Agree a visit plan.
    • Make the learner/employer aware of Survey Monkey and Haddon’s approach to gathering and using feedback at regular intervals
    • Upload copies of the ITLP, Route Planner, Diagnostic Assessment, Learning Styles, visit record and SMART action plan to Tracker

     

    Learner progression

    • To visit all learners every 30 days and complete a detailed visit record, clearly showing progress against all learning aims
    • Visit ALN learners fortnightly to provide interim English and maths teaching, learning and support and ensure that there is 20% off the job training
    • To ensure all English and Maths work is marked, corrected and discussed with the learner – clearly embedding Functional Skills
    • Thoroughly record all Information, Advice and Guidance
    • To report all learners or locations at risk to Operations Manager, recording all management of Causes for Concern
    • To report any safeguarding issues immediately to the Designated Safeguarding Officer (DSO) – following Haddon’s ‘at risk and referral’ procedure
    • To plan activity to ensure the learner remains on track and achieves in a timely manner (by PED)
    • Develop, implement and manage remedial action plans for any learners deemed behind

     

    Data and Time Management

    • To submit portfolios/work for sample as requested by the nominated IQA
    • To review the Audit Log each week and ensure actions are closed within 14 working days – working closely with the MIS Team
    • To ensure all learners achieve in a timely manner (by the planned funding end date)
    • To ensure all learners achieve their functional skills at least 3 months before their PED
    • Check accuracy of data by reviewing the in-learning list weekly – notify any errors to the MIS team
    • Responsible for managing own time, planning visits and keeping your diary fully updated (times/locations/overview of activity)
    • Work closely with the Apprentice and employer to decide the appropriate time for entry into the gateway

     

    General

    • Participate in the promotional and marketing of Haddon’s training programmes and courses
    • If under capacity, self-generate a minimum of 2 leads per month
    • Attend monthly 121 caseload reviews with Programme Manager
    • Attend and participate fully in monthly team meetings
    • Attend standardisation sessions as and when required
    • Maintain and submit a log of CPD (internal and external) – every quarter

     

    Essential Qualifications:

    • To hold appropriate qualifications in specialist vocational area e.g. Level 3 or equivalent as a minimum
    • Excellent IT skills that include Word, Excel, PowerPoint and Outlook
    • To hold or achieve Level 2 Functional Skills Literacy and Numeracy and ICT
    • TAQA qualified
    • Relevant teaching qualification (Minimum PTTLS) or Education and Training level 3 or 4
    • IAG level 3 qualification

     

    Mandated Courses:

    • Health and Safety at work
    • Safeguarding
    • PREVENT
    • ED&I
    • Data Protection

     

    Skills:

    • Sufficient vocational background/industry experience and skills to cover the full standard
    • To be able to work on own initiative and maturity but also able to work as a team player
    • To demonstrate effective time management, planning and organisational skills
    • Ability to build a strong working relationship with colleagues, learners and employers; demonstrating outstanding communication and interpersonal skills
    • To share our passion for outstanding customer service (Customer Charter)
    • To be aware of delicate and sensitive areas of confidentiality and ensure data protection at all times
    • Absolute attention to detail

     

    Benefits:

    • Competitive salary
    • Car allowance
    • Incentive scheme
    • Company Pension
    • CPD opportunities
    • Career opportunities as the business grow

     

    Download the full Animal Care Trainer-Coach job description. 

    Closing date: 28th March 2018. Email your CV together with a covering letter explaining why you believe you are suitable for this role to: enquiries@haddontraining.co.uk or call: 01672 519977 to find out more about the role.

  • Equine Trainer-Coach (Wales)

    Haddon Training Ltd is seeking a talented Trainer-Coach, for a full time role based in the Wales area. This is a fantastic opportunity for someone who would like to work with in an Ofsted ‘Outstanding’ Government Funded Training Provider.

    Haddon Training, est. in 1997 primarily works with 16-24-year-olds who are employed and undertaking a work based Apprenticeship programme, Traineeship or qualification. We offer Apprenticeship programmes within the Equine, Animal Care, and Business Services sectors, delivered by a national network of highly qualified industry Trainer-Coaches. We work with over 800 employers in both England and Wales.

     

    Overview of the role:

    To enrol, induct, assess, train, teach and support a caseload of learners who are undertaking an Apprenticeship, Advanced Apprenticeship or other Work-Based Learning programme (e.g. Diploma, Traineeship etc.).

     

    Working with the Equine Operations Manager, you will be responsible for:

    Enrolment:

    • To thoroughly and accurately complete the enrolment process and documentation for each learner
    • To submit documentation to the central MIS team within 24 hours, and correct any errors within a timely manner

     

    Induction:

    • Carry out a full introduction to Information, Advice and Guidance (IAG), Equality, Diversity and Inclusion (ED&I) and PREVENT/Safeguarding; and conduct a site health & safety check and risk assessments
    • Review the learner’s C.V, approved prior learning, experience and attainment. Complete a vocational skills check/scan to ascertain the Apprentice’s start point
    • Complete English, Maths, learning styles and ICT diagnostic assessments, providing the learner with detailed feedback and agree areas for support. Generate an ISP (ITLP insert)
    • In line with the Training Agreement draw up and agree a detailed individualised teaching & learning plan (ITLP) with the learner and employer – detailing clear milestones/targets for all components of the standard. Agree a visit plan.
    • Make the learner/employer aware of Survey Monkey and Haddon’s approach to gathering and using feedback at regular intervals
    • Upload copies of the ITLP, Route Planner, Diagnostic Assessment, Learning Styles, visit record and SMART action plan to Tracker

     

    Learner progression

    • To visit all learners every 30 days and complete a detailed visit record, clearly showing progress against all learning aims
    • Visit ALN learners fortnightly to provide interim English and maths teaching, learning and support and ensure that there is 20% off the job training
    • To ensure all English and Maths work is marked, corrected and discussed with the learner – clearly embedding Functional Skills
    • Thoroughly record all Information, Advice and Guidance
    • To report all learners or locations at risk to Operations Manager, recording all management of Causes for Concern
    • To report any safeguarding issues immediately to the Designated Safeguarding Officer (DSO) – following Haddon’s ‘at risk and referral’ procedure
    • To plan activity to ensure the learner remains on track and achieves in a timely manner (by PED)
    • Develop, implement and manage remedial action plans for any learners deemed behind

     

    Data and Time Management

    • To submit portfolios/work for sample as requested by the nominated IQA
    • To review the Audit Log each week and ensure actions are closed within 14 working days – working closely with the MIS Team
    • To ensure all learners achieve in a timely manner (by the planned funding end date)
    • To ensure all learners achieve their functional skills at least 3 months before their PED
    • Check accuracy of data by reviewing the in-learning list weekly – notify any errors to the MIS team
    • Responsible for managing own time, planning visits and keeping your diary fully updated (times/locations/overview of activity)
    • Work closely with the Apprentice and employer to decide the appropriate time for entry into the gateway

     

    General

    • Participate in the promotional and marketing of Haddon’s training programmes and courses
    • If under capacity, self-generate a minimum of 2 leads per month
    • Attend monthly 121 caseload reviews with Programme Manager
    • Attend and participate fully in monthly team meetings
    • Attend standardisation sessions as and when required
    • Maintain and submit a log of CPD (internal and external) – every quarter

     

    Essential Qualifications:

    • To hold appropriate qualifications in specialist vocational area e.g. BHS Stage 4 Care as a minimum
    • Excellent IT skills that include Word, Excel, PowerPoint and Outlook
    • To hold or achieve Level 2 Functional Skills Literacy and Numeracy and ICT
    • TAQA qualified
    • Relevant teaching qualification (Minimum PTTLS) or Education and Training level 3 or 4
    • IAG level 3 qualification

     

    Mandated Courses:

    • Health and Safety at work
    • Safeguarding
    • PREVENT
    • ED&I
    • Data Protection

     

    Skills:

    • Sufficient vocational background/industry experience and skills to cover the full standard
    • To be able to work on own initiative and maturity but also able to work as a team player
    • To demonstrate effective time management, planning and organisational skills
    • Ability to build a strong working relationship with colleagues, learners and employers; demonstrating outstanding communication and interpersonal skills
    • To share our passion for outstanding customer service (Customer Charter)
    • To be aware of delicate and sensitive areas of confidentiality and ensure data protection at all times
    • Absolute attention to detail

     

    Benefits:

    • Competitive salary
    • Car allowance
    • Incentive scheme
    • Company Pension
    • CPD opportunities
    • Career opportunities as the business grow

     

    Download the full Equine Wales Trainer-Coach job description

    Closing date: 28th March 2018. Email your CV together with a covering letter explaining why you believe you are suitable for this role to enquiries@haddontraining.co.uk or call: 01672 519977 to find out more about the role.

  • Equine Trainer-Coach (South West)

    Haddon Training Ltd is seeking a talented Trainer-Coach, for a full time role based in either South West (Wiltshire and Oxfordshire) or South East (Berkshire, Hampshire, Surrey, Sussex, Kent, Middlesex, Herts) or Essex area. This is a fantastic opportunity for someone who would like to work with in an Ofsted ‘Outstanding’ Government Funded Training Provider.

    Haddon Training, est. in 1997 primarily works with 16-24-year-olds who are employed and undertaking a work based Apprenticeship programme, Traineeship or qualification. We offer Apprenticeship programmes within the Equine, Animal Care, and Business Services sectors, delivered by a national network of highly qualified industry Trainer-Coaches. We work with over 800 employers in both England and Wales.

     

    Overview of the role:

    To enrol, induct, assess, train, teach and support a caseload of learners who are undertaking an Apprenticeship, Advanced Apprenticeship or other Work-Based Learning programme (e.g. Diploma, Traineeship etc.).

     

    Working with the Equine Operations Manager, you will be responsible for:

    Enrolment:

    • To thoroughly and accurately complete the enrolment process and documentation for each learner
    • To submit documentation to the central MIS team within 24 hours, and correct any errors within a timely manner

     

    Induction:

    • Carry out a full introduction to Information, Advice and Guidance (IAG), Equality, Diversity and Inclusion (ED&I) and PREVENT/Safeguarding; and conduct a site health & safety check and risk assessments
    • Review the learner’s C.V, approved prior learning, experience and attainment. Complete a vocational skills check/scan to ascertain the Apprentice’s start point
    • Complete English, Maths, learning styles and ICT diagnostic assessments, providing the learner with detailed feedback and agree areas for support. Generate an ISP (ITLP insert)
    • In line with the Training Agreement draw up and agree a detailed individualised teaching & learning plan (ITLP) with the learner and employer – detailing clear milestones/targets for all components of the standard. Agree a visit plan.
    • Make the learner/employer aware of Survey Monkey and Haddon’s approach to gathering and using feedback at regular intervals
    • Upload copies of the ITLP, Route Planner, Diagnostic Assessment, Learning Styles, visit record and SMART action plan to Tracker

     

    Learner progression

    • To visit all learners every 30 days and complete a detailed visit record, clearly showing progress against all learning aims
    • Visit ALN learners fortnightly to provide interim English and maths teaching, learning and support and ensure that there is 20% off the job training
    • To ensure all English and Maths work is marked, corrected and discussed with the learner – clearly embedding Functional Skills
    • Thoroughly record all Information, Advice and Guidance
    • To report all learners or locations at risk to Operations Manager, recording all management of Causes for Concern
    • To report any safeguarding issues immediately to the Designated Safeguarding Officer (DSO) – following Haddon’s ‘at risk and referral’ procedure
    • To plan activity to ensure the learner remains on track and achieves in a timely manner (by PED)
    • Develop, implement and manage remedial action plans for any learners deemed behind

     

    Data and Time Management

    • To submit portfolios/work for sample as requested by the nominated IQA
    • To review the Audit Log each week and ensure actions are closed within 14 working days – working closely with the MIS Team
    • To ensure all learners achieve in a timely manner (by the planned funding end date)
    • To ensure all learners achieve their functional skills at least 3 months before their PED
    • Check accuracy of data by reviewing the in-learning list weekly – notify any errors to the MIS team
    • Responsible for managing own time, planning visits and keeping your diary fully updated (times/locations/overview of activity)
    • Work closely with the Apprentice and employer to decide the appropriate time for entry into the gateway

     

    General

    • Participate in the promotional and marketing of Haddon’s training programmes and courses
    • If under capacity, self-generate a minimum of 2 leads per month
    • Attend monthly 121 caseload reviews with Programme Manager
    • Attend and participate fully in monthly team meetings
    • Attend standardisation sessions as and when required
    • Maintain and submit a log of CPD (internal and external) – every quarter

     

    Essential Qualifications:

    • To hold appropriate qualifications in specialist vocational area e.g. BHS Stage 4 Care as a minimum
    • Excellent IT skills that include Word, Excel, PowerPoint and Outlook
    • To hold or achieve Level 2 Functional Skills Literacy and Numeracy and ICT
    • TAQA qualified
    • Relevant teaching qualification (Minimum PTTLS) or Education and Training level 3 or 4
    • IAG level 3 qualification

     

    Mandated Courses:

    • Health and Safety at work
    • Safeguarding
    • PREVENT
    • ED&I
    • Data Protection

     

    Skills:

    • Sufficient vocational background/industry experience and skills to cover the full standard
    • To be able to work on own initiative and maturity but also able to work as a team player
    • To demonstrate effective time management, planning and organisational skills
    • Ability to build a strong working relationship with colleagues, learners and employers; demonstrating outstanding communication and interpersonal skills
    • To share our passion for outstanding customer service (Customer Charter)
    • To be aware of delicate and sensitive areas of confidentiality and ensure data protection at all times
    • Absolute attention to detail

     

    Benefits:

    • Competitive salary
    • Car allowance
    • Incentive scheme
    • Company Pension
    • CPD opportunities
    • Career opportunities as the business grow

     

    Download the full Equine Trainer-Coach Job Description 

    Closing date: 28th March 2018. Email your CV together with a covering letter explaining why you believe you are suitable for this role to enquiries@haddontraining.co.uk or call: 01672 519977 to find out more about the role.

  • Warehousing Trainer-Coach (South Wales)

    Haddon Training Ltd is seeking a talented Trainer-Coach, for a full time role based in South Wales. This is a fantastic opportunity for someone who would like to work with in an Ofsted ‘Outstanding’ Government Funded Training Provider.

    Haddon Training, est. in 1997 primarily works with 16-24-year-olds who are employed and undertaking a work based Apprenticeship programme, Traineeship or qualification. We offer Apprenticeship programmes within the Equine, Animal Care, and Business Services sectors, delivered by a national network of highly qualified industry Trainer-Coaches. We work with over 800 employers in both England and Wales.

    Overview of the role:

    To enrol, induct, assess, train, teach and support a caseload of learners who are undertaking an Apprenticeship, Advanced Apprenticeship or other Work-Based Learning programme (e.g. Diploma, Traineeship etc.).

    Skills in delivering: Warehousing & Logistics as well as Customer Service, Business Administration, Team Leadership and Business Management.

    Working with the Equine Operations Manager, you will be responsible for:

    Enrolment:

    • To thoroughly and accurately complete the enrolment process and documentation for each learner
    • To submit documentation to the central MIS team within 24 hours, and correct any errors within a timely manner

     

    Induction:

    • Carry out a full introduction to Information, Advice and Guidance (IAG), Equality, Diversity and Inclusion (ED&I) and PREVENT/Safeguarding; and conduct a site health & safety check and risk assessments
    • Review the learner’s C.V, approved prior learning, experience and attainment. Complete a vocational skills check/scan to ascertain the Apprentice’s start point
    • Complete English, Maths, learning styles and ICT diagnostic assessments, providing the learner with detailed feedback and agree areas for support. Generate an ISP (ITLP insert)
    • In line with the Training Agreement draw up and agree a detailed individualised teaching & learning plan (ITLP) with the learner and employer – detailing clear milestones/targets for all components of the standard. Agree a visit plan.
    • Make the learner/employer aware of Survey Monkey and Haddon’s approach to gathering and using feedback at regular intervals
    • Upload copies of the ITLP, Route Planner, Diagnostic Assessment, Learning Styles, visit record and SMART action plan to Tracker

     

    Learner progression

    • To visit all learners every 30 days and complete a detailed visit record, clearly showing progress against all learning aims
    • Visit ALN learners fortnightly to provide interim English and maths teaching, learning and support and ensure that there is 20% off the job training
    • To ensure all English and Maths work is marked, corrected and discussed with the learner – clearly embedding Functional Skills
    • Thoroughly record all Information, Advice and Guidance
    • To report all learners or locations at risk to Operations Manager, recording all management of Causes for Concern
    • To report any safeguarding issues immediately to the Designated Safeguarding Officer (DSO) – following Haddon’s ‘at risk and referral’ procedure
    • To plan activity to ensure the learner remains on track and achieves in a timely manner (by PED)
    • Develop, implement and manage remedial action plans for any learners deemed behind

     

    Data and Time Management

    • To submit portfolios/work for sample as requested by the nominated IQA
    • To review the Audit Log each week and ensure actions are closed within 14 working days – working closely with the MIS Team
    • To ensure all learners achieve in a timely manner (by the planned funding end date)
    • To ensure all learners achieve their functional skills at least 3 months before their PED
    • Check accuracy of data by reviewing the in-learning list weekly – notify any errors to the MIS team
    • Responsible for managing own time, planning visits and keeping your diary fully updated (times/locations/overview of activity)
    • Work closely with the Apprentice and employer to decide the appropriate time for entry into the gateway

     

    General

    • Participate in the promotional and marketing of Haddon’s training programmes and courses
    • If under capacity, self-generate a minimum of 2 leads per month
    • Attend monthly 121 caseload reviews with Programme Manager
    • Attend and participate fully in monthly team meetings
    • Attend standardisation sessions as and when required
    • Maintain and submit a log of CPD (internal and external) – every quarter

     

    Essential Qualifications:

    • To hold appropriate qualifications in specialist vocational area e.g. Level 3 or equivalent as a minimum
    • Excellent IT skills that include Word, Excel, PowerPoint and Outlook
    • To hold or achieve Level 2 Functional Skills Literacy and Numeracy and ICT
    • TAQA qualified
    • Relevant teaching qualification (Minimum PTTLS) or Education and Training level 3 or 4
    • IAG level 3 qualification

     

    Mandated Courses:

    • Health and Safety at work
    • Safeguarding
    • PREVENT
    • ED&I
    • Data Protection

     

    Skills:

    • Sufficient vocational background/industry experience and skills to cover the full standard
    • To be able to work on own initiative and maturity but also able to work as a team player
    • To demonstrate effective time management, planning and organisational skills
    • Ability to build a strong working relationship with colleagues, learners and employers; demonstrating outstanding communication and interpersonal skills
    • To share our passion for outstanding customer service (Customer Charter)
    • To be aware of delicate and sensitive areas of confidentiality and ensure data protection at all times
    • Absolute attention to detail

     

    Benefits:

    • Competitive salary
    • Car allowance
    • Incentive scheme
    • Company Pension
    • CPD opportunities
    • Career opportunities as the business grow

     

    Download the full Business Trainer-Coach Job Description

    Closing date: 28th March 2018. Email your CV together with a covering letter explaining why you believe you are suitable for this role to enquiries@haddontraining.co.uk or call: 01672 519977 to find out more about the role.