Police Scheme Trainer

Description

Reports To: The Regional Training Manager.

Job Overview: There are a number of courses regulated by National Driver Offender Retraining Scheme (NDORS), that offer drivers an alternative to prosecution for traffic offences. NDORS do not actually carry out the training, that is left to DriveTech and other service providers.

  • National Speed Awareness Course (NSAC)
  • National Motorway Awareness Course (NMAC)
  • Safe and Considerate Driving (SCD) Theory (Classroom) and Driver Coach/Practical (On road)
  • Whats Driving Us (WDU)

DriveTech recruit trainers initially to deliver NSAC or SCD Driver Coach (on road) depending on your current qualifications and aspirations, before progressing to other courses.

Further course information https://www.drivetech.co.uk/driver-awareness-courses/courses         

Venue locations https://www.drivetech.co.uk/driver-awareness-courses/venue-page

Responsibilities and Duties:

  • Exercise good organisational, planning and preparation skills.
  • Takes ownership of the session to be delivered ensuring smooth running.
  • Delivers effective, engaging group sessions in a structured way understanding group dynamics and demonstrating a credible and thorough knowledge of the training course subject delivered in line with course notes and within allotted timescale.
  • Delivers entire workshop content professionally with good continuity and flow, whilst demonstrating the ability to adapt product content to meet additional needs, deal effectively with challenges and address the requests from the participants or client. 
  • Utilises visual aids and presentation materials to best effect
  • Creates a courteous and welcoming environment building positive relationships, engaging with the whole group using verbal and nonverbal communication.

Qualifications:

The qualifications required to become a Police Scheme Trainer are set by NDORS and are mandatory.

  • Classroom Trainer( NSAC/NMAC/WDU/SCD Theory)

Any trainer delivering classroom based courses must hold a nationally recognised qualification in delivering training to adults. The most commonly achieved qualification within the DriveTech trainer base for these positions is the Award in Education and Training level 3.

  • On Road Trainer (SCD Driver Coach/Practical)

Any trainer delivering courses out on road must hold a DVSA registered Approved Driving Instructor (ADI) qualification at a minimum grade B level

Additional Information

Please press CTRL + click this link for the NDORS Person Specification document https://www.ndors.org.uk/document-library which sets out in much more detail the requirements and qualifications for trainers but please feel free to contact Recruitment@DriveTech.co.uk if you wish us to check any specific qualification that you think may be suitable. 

NDORS Website https://ndors.org.uk/

DriveTech Website https://www.drivetech.co.uk