Clinical Skills Trainer
Would you like to influence and develop clinical practice across the workforce?
Are you a clinician with a passion for teaching others, looking for a change in your career whilst maintaining your clinical skills?Main duties of the job
This exciting role within Lincolnshire Community Health Services will support the transformation, development and quality of clinical skills across our service lines within our beautiful county. We are looking to recruit individuals that have either a NMC or HCPC registration that thrive in a teaching environment, have an innovative approach to learning and development and wants to enable our workforce to be competent, confident and capable.
The Clinical Skills Trainers will deliver an identified programme of skills training such as venepuncture, injection techniques and physiological observations. There are clear objectives which involve working clinically with the learners as well as facilitating study days, programmes and workshops.
The Clinical Skills Trainers will also be delivering the new to LCHS, annual Essential Clinical Skills Update training package to all patient-facing staff. This includes topics such as medicines management, tissue viability and frailty care.
You should possess excellent communication and organisational skills along with the ability to support with learning objectives and give challenging feedback.
There is an expectation that candidates will have recent clinical practice and will maintain their skills in the role.About us
Lincolnshire Community Health Services NHS Trust is in the top 25 per cent of all community trusts for overall staff engagement in the 2021 NHS National Staff Survey.
At LCHS, we know diversity fosters creativity and innovation. We are committed to equality of opportunity, to being fair and inclusive, and to being a place where all belong. We therefore particularly encourage applications from candidates who are likely to be underrepresented in LCHS' workforce.
LCHS recognises the increasing demand for more flexibility in working practices in order to accommodate the personal goals and commitments that employees experience at different stages during their working lives. Flexible working opportunities such as part-time working, compressed hours, job shares, and hybrid working models can help staff to balance their personal and work commitments. Arrangements can be put in place if it can be shown that the needs of the individual can be balanced with those of the service and the impact on other team members, enabling the Trust to recruit and retain skilled staff, raise staff morale, reduce absenteeism and respond to changing service needs more effectively.
We are an ambassador of a learning culture that will support the right individual to progress in their chosen career through an 'earn while you learn' apprenticeship programme. Visit our Learning and Development page to find out more https://www.lincolnshirecommunityhealthservices.nhs.uk/join-us/learning-and-devJob descriptionJob responsibilities
It is essential that the candidate will be able to work as a team player and also be able to work autonomously. The candidate should be able to work flexibly to support the needs of the workforce and ultimately our community.
For more information, please view the job description.Person SpecificationQualificationsEssential
- HCPC or NMC registered
- Degree level in health related area
- Good standard of numeracy/literacy and I.T skills using Microsoft Products
- Teaching Qualification
- Practice Educator /SSSA qualification
- Excellent communication, influencing and presentation skills
- Empathetic with good inter-personal skills able to develop good working relationships within the team
- Ability to analyse and interpret information and prepare/ present reports
- Data collation and analytical skills
- Developed report writing and business case skills
- Ability to write for a range of audiences
- Knowledge and experience of the design, delivery, and evaluation of healthcare education programmes.
- Experience in the use of evaluation and learning tools
- Ability to manage own time, work on own initiative and prioritise work.
- Experience of undertaking a range of clinical procedures, and of relevant underpinning knowledge
- Developed interpersonal skills to communicate sensitive and contentious information succinctly with a variety of audiences
- Ability to manage office duties and conflicting pressures to ensure workloads are effectively managed.
- Knowledge of national and local drivers for clinical education
- Experience of audit and monitoring effectiveness/ impact on practice of education and training
- Experience of working with other agencies
- Broad range of recent healthcare experience
- Specialist experience of delivering training in a health care setting.
- Experience in the design, delivery and evaluation of clinical training and education programmes
- Good time/ resource management skills
- Ability to explain complex issues
- Ability to lead and motivate learners
- Ability to supervise and manage staff
Special attributes/specific requirementsEssential
- Experience of working across organisational boundaries
- Experience of key stakeholder management
- Ability to travel to training venues across Lincolnshire
- Ability to motivate others to achieve, act as a role model and to champion for the wider quality team
- Willing to represent the Trust within the region and communicate to a variety of stakeholders Influencing and persuasion skills
Employer detailsEmployer name
- Self-motivated and enthusiastic.
- Ability to work with other teams/ agencies
- Ability to work autonomously and self-directed
- Confident communicator
Lincolnshire Community Health Service NHS TrustAddress
Lincoln, Spalding, Louth, Gainsborough
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