Poorly advertised and poor communication from all.
Whilst being a travel trainer, I learned that you receive alot of training. Good.
You are expected to be at a young person's house (regardless where they live) for 7am. Meaning if you don't drive, you are out of the house at 5.30 am.
The pay is decent IF you were to be paid for all the hours you do rather than receiving "flexi"
As of me leaving NONE of the line managers had completed a training course 1 on 1 with a young person.
Thisbjob is poorly advertised.