productive, fun and developers
Trainer/assessor (Current Employee) – Sevenoaks, ENG – 15 July 2013
A typical day for me is to arrive and hour earlier than contracted, to maintain reasonable preparation, deliver mandatory health and social care training to new starters, assist in the learning and development of existing employees and work closely as a team.
I have learned many things from this role and most particularly, how to manage challenging groups and how to train effectively to meet different learning styles.
I work very closely with my managers on a daily basis to ensure equality in the role, and have a great rapport with all.
My co-workers include the main training team, but we all work together to strive for the best quality of care within our selected regions.
Personally the hardest part of my job is adapting to all newcomers. As a company we welcome all so I have to be very cautious on the selected words I say, purely as someone from oversea's may not know or have even heard the words before, so I have to always make sure I adapt to this and never take English as a first language for granted.
The most enjoyable part of my role is being emailed from successful applicants stating how much they enjoyed the training that I delivered, and how much they appreciated the way I trained as it has fully prepared them for the job at hand.
meeting new people and developing their skills
(expected) long hours and insufficient pay for the title given