Training Programme Development Manager
Competitive salary package
Since 2007 London Midland has been providing excellent train services throughout the heart of England, from London in the South to Birmingham in the Midlands and Liverpool in the North West.
Over 60 million passenger journeys a year are made using our trains and we manage 150 stations, operating over 1,300 services a day.
Due to department expansion a unique opportunity has arisen for a talented individual to join the Training Academy Team within London Midland.
Playing a crucial role in the successful ongoing development of our colleagues your key focus as Training Programme Development Manager, will be the design and development of new and existing operational training programmes which represent changes in industry, best practice, safety regulations, European Driving Licensing Regulations and compliance with Operational and Occupational Standards.
Whilst embracing new technology you will be responsible for adapting existing materials and techniques to meet the ever changing development needs of our front line teams and communicating these changes effectively to the wider Operations Training Team, supporting them to ensure their successful delivery.
Due to the nature of this role previous experience within the Train Driver role and a good knowledge of traction and railway rules and regulations would be an advantage.
Practical experience in designing and delivering training programmes, identifying learning needs and writing training guides and learner material to cater for different learning styles is essential for this role as is an excellent knowledge and understanding Microsoft Office packages.
You should be highly motivated, passionate about the development of people whilst possessing excellent communication and presentation skills which will allow you to engage with key stakeholders to design and deliver programmes which will inspire learning and reflect London
Midland vision and values.
Full support will be offered to ensure the ongoing development of your technical and professional knowledge, a defined benefit pension scheme, 32 days annual leave including bank holidays,
and an attractive salary and benefits package.
To apply, please send your CV and covering letter to Charlotte Ruff at <email address removed>