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  • UK, North West, Cumberland, Seascale
  • to £26.7 per hour (Within IR35)
  • Contract , 12 months
  • Full time
  • Industry: Nuclear Power, Government
  • Discipline: Training, Communications, Stakeholder Management, Data Management

Our Nuclear client is currently looking for a Training lead for a 12 months Seascale based contract inside IR35.  


The candidate must be able to go through the SC clearance and work on site between 3 to 5 days a week.  


The Training Lead provides day-to-day direction to the Training Developers, Instructors and Senior Trainers across a number/range of programmes/ courses within the Directorate in line with legal, business and organisational needs. The Training Lead supports the Head of Training and/or Training Manager in implementing appropriate governance arrangements to ensure training risks are mitigated.  



• Serves as a role model for safety performance and is demonstrative in setting the priority for safety in the training community.  

• Ensures compliance with all legal, regulatory and statutory training requirements.  

• Acts as an interface with OU/Line delivery teams in ensuring training meets their needs.  

• Provides day-to-day direction to the training team of developers, instructors, and senior trainers.  

• Supports the resolution of technical barriers/issues with developers, instructors and senior trainers.  

• Sets daily work priorities in conjunction with Training Manager.  

• Ensures classrooms or training facilities are appropriate, ready and suitably equipped for training delivery.  

• Works through emergent training requests/issues and schedules resources to support these requests. Will involve changing direction and priorities as needed.  

• Works with the Training Coordinators to schedule training.  

• Schedules and performs routine instructor evaluations and post training evaluations.  

• Supports definition of performance objectives for developers, instructors and senior trainers with the training manager.  

• Provides performance feedback and development suggestions to the training manager for developers, instructors and senior trainers.  

• Develops operations experience feedback to share across the wider training community and disseminates to the developers, instructors, senior training and training coordinators in the Directorate as applicable.  

• Monitors, reports and corrects as necessary training performance.  

• Delivers and reports on appropriate, meaningful and visible training metrics/KPIs.  



• To the Directorate management to provide quality training services that are compliant, effective and efficient training and meet the training needs of the Directorate.  

• To the Training Manager to support implementation of governance arrangements to ensure appropriate legislative, regulatory, environmental, safety and quality requirements are complied with across their area of responsibility.  

• To the Training Manager to ensure goals of training within the Directorate to meet the delivery business needs/execution plan.  

• To the Directorate Head of Training/Training Manager to meet deadline dates for work activities and corrective actions.  



• To stop training at any time if this compromises safe or effective operations.  

• To provide day-to-day work direction to developers, instructors and senior trainer including changes in work assignments and priorities.  

• To perform instructor evaluations and provide feedback.  


Minimum Requirement:  

Essential Skills  

- Ability to analyse data to identify trends and areas for improvement.  

- Provide a high level of customer service.  

- Excellent communication skills with the ability to hold dialogue at all levels of the business.  

- Ability to manage multiple tasks.  

- Self-motivated and ability to lead and motivate a team.  

- Ability to work with cross-functional teams in a customer service capacity  


Desirable Skills  

- Good level of IT literacy in MS Office suite.  

- Experience in delivering or supporting change/improvement activities.  

- Ability to obtain SC security clearance and C1/C2 access.  



- Previous work in banking reviewing trends in data for example  

- Training background  

- Compliance understanding  

- Reporting and data  

- Customer interface  

- Strong stakeholder management  

- Dealing with customers  

- Reporting against progress  

- More project based  

  • Quote ref: 9101/59170

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