Skills Trainer - ABI Services
Skills Trainer - ABI Services x 2 vacancies
Salary: £16773 actual (depending on age & experience)
Hours: 35 per week Monday-Friday
Date Posted: 23rd February 2017
Closing Date: 03rd March 2017
Headway Birmingham & Solihull - Improving life after Brain Injury
Our aim is to promote greater understanding of all aspects of brain injury and to provide support, information and services for people who have sustained brain injury, their families and carers.
This specialist service is designed to give brain injured people the opportunity to re-learn lost skills as well as prevent any further deteriorating or isolation.
This can be done by learning coping strategies, modifying inappropriate behaviour, acquiring new skills and interests, meeting with other brain injured people, understanding their brain injury, improving self confidence and accessing community activities.
Headway Birmingham & Solihull is looking to recruit 2 exceptional people to work as Skills Trainers. The roles are based 1 each at Moseley and Leighton House, Rednal however you may be required occasionally to travel to our other sites wherever you are based.
The Skills Trainer will:
Plan, prepare and run training sessions within the agreed programme to include areas of educational skills, IT, BI deficits, arts and crafts, social skills, communication and attending college courses & social activities.
Oversee the clients’ safety, comfort and well-being at all times whilst at the centre or participating in off-site activities.
It would be a advantage for the Skills Trainer to be able to drive the Headway mini bus, transporting clients across from either centre and driving them out into the community.
Have Business Insurance use to escort clients in own car as needed
Ensure training materials are reviewed / updated and new session plans introduced.
Update records after sessions.Produce report and feedback as required, ensuring confidentiality and discretion.
Have responsibility for care staff and volunteers under your supervision.
Candidates should have NVQ II Health and Social Care and ideally experience of working with brain-injured people / people with disability, previous care / teaching or day centre experience.
We will require an enhanced DBS disclosure, expense of which will be met by Headway Birmingham & Solihull.
CONTACT Alison Claines on 0121 457 7541 (OPTION 5) for more information and an application form