WE ARE LOOKING FOR A LEARNING DESIGNER - HEALTH AND SOCIAL CARE TO JOIN OUR TEAM.

Content
Health and Social Care
£22,000 - £25,000

We are looking for a Learning Designer - Health and Social Care to join the team and provide a fantastic service to all of our learners.

About Us

High Speed Training is a team of over 70 people who are striving to fulfil our mission: Deliver training that helps people to be engaged, effective and safe in the career they’ve chosen.

To do this, we create online training courses that help customers across a wide-range of subjects and sectors. Having trained over a million people, we’re always looking to create new ways of engaging with our learners, and we’re looking forward to training the next million.

Your role in the team

Reporting to our Content Production Manager for Health and Social Care, your main role will be to ensure we are delivering content which meets the training needs and learning outcomes for all our learners whilst looking at potential new content opportunities in the Health and Social Care sector.

This will include researching content for health and social care courses to keep our catalogue up to date, keeping on top of trends and developments in the sector and developing our understanding of L&D trends and learning methods to help the team to innovate our content. You will play a key role in helping us to deliver health and social care content that is effective, engaging and helps health and social care workers in their chosen careers.

This role is set within the Health and Social Care Content Production team at High Speed Training. You will be expected to:

  • Play a key role in the evaluation of our training interventions in the Health and Social Care Sector. This will include researching and proposing ways for us to improve our offering.
  • Research industry trends and developments, and proactively inform yourself and the team on any industry or legislative changes. You will be expected to research, propose and develop course outlines for new and updated products within the Health and Social Care sector. You will play a key role in the research and development of new courses and inform decisions on prioritising content changes and updates.
  • Develop and maintain relationships with industry specialists. You will be expected to continually refresh and update your knowledge of Health and Social Care topics and to be able to discuss key topics with specialists.

This is a great opportunity to be part of a highly motivated, growing team of Learning Designers and Content Authors all working together to deliver engaging, relevant and innovative content successfully solving the training needs of our learners and keeping them effective and safe in their workplace.

What we're looking for

  • Good knowledge of the English language, spelling, and grammar. Writing experience is desired but not essential.
  • Excellent research skills across multiple sources and the ability to evaluate your findings.
  • A good understanding of adult learning theories and an enthusiasm for Learning and Development.
  • Motivation to self-manage your weekly workload and long-term projects.
  • Good communication skills. You will need to be confident in communicating with external specialists, accreditation companies and internal stakeholders.
  • Attention to detail and proficiency in editing and proofreading your work and that of others.
  • A passion for Health and Social Care and a desire to develop your knowledge within this sector. Previous experience working in the Health and Social Care sector is also desired.
  • Ideally, you’ll have a degree or other qualification in a related discipline, however this is not an essential requirement.

Our people are at the heart of our business and we offer a great environment where we have fun, celebrate success and give you all the tools you'll need for a rewarding career with a team who are passionate about what they do. This is backed by our recent 3 star accreditation, the highest accolade from Best Companies achieved through our ‘world class’ levels of engagement.

We are fully committed to supporting our staff to work in a flexible way that allows them to balance all of their commitments both inside and outside of work. As we move forward and grow we are committed to supporting our teams to work in a way that lets them be at their best, whether that’s on-site or remotely, traditional or flexible working hours.

We'll welcome you on-board with 24 days holiday (plus 8 bank holidays) with the opportunity to buy additional holiday if you fancy an extended break, a great annual bonus scheme, the latest mobile phone and contract (that’s on us!), and a staff benefits scheme (with over 250 discounts and offers available).

We also offer free life insurance (which covers 4-times your salary), private medical insurance for you and your family and an attractive pension package.

Having fun both inside and outside work is really important to us so we have a highly motivated social committee who organise regular social events which previously ranged from escape rooms, meals out and bowling to Tough Mudders. They’ve even worked hard to keep the fun going virtually since we’ve all been unable to get together.

Our head office is in Ilkley, West Yorkshire. In response to Covid-19 we are currently operating as a fully remote business. We are following government guidelines closely and all employees are working from home wherever possible until further notice. We are open to applications no matter where you are located and we have moved our interview and onboarding process to be fully virtual.

We are an equal opportunity employer and value diversity. We do not discriminate on the basis of age, disability, race, religion or belief, gender reassignment, marital and civil partnership status, pregnancy and maternity, sex or sexual orientation.


High Speed Training in Ilkley

The picturesque town of Ilkley is situated in the Wharfe Valley, at the southern end of the Yorkshire Dales. The town is famous for its moor and you'll find fantastic countryside and walks for all abilities on our doorstep. The town is also home to one of the largest cycling clubs in the country.

At around a 25 minute commute from Leeds city central (by rail) and easily accessible by road, our main office is in a great location to enjoy all this.