If you have a passion for facilitating learning, why not join us?
Education for Health is looking for practising clinicians in the UK and Europe who would like opportunities to deliver education and training and make an impact by supporting our mission to improve the lives of people living with Long Term Conditions.
The role of a Trainer:
- To facilitate a variety of our courses ranging from one day workshops through to study days for our accredited modules
- To develop materials and facilitate short programmes
- Mark and moderate module coursework and supervise dissertation students.
As respected opinion leaders, Education for Health Trainers are often invited to sit on national Advisory Boards and write or review articles for publication.
We have a high-calibre team of over 100 Trainers. All are practising clinicians from a variety of backgrounds, including nurses, GPs, hospital doctors and allied health professionals, and are experts in the fields of respiratory, diabetes, cardiovascular disease, musculoskeletal and/or health improvement, and have a relevant teaching qualification.
We welcome people with experience of working in any setting, if this is you, then please contact Donna Smith on firstname.lastname@example.org to find out more about becoming a Trainer for Education for Health.
The benefits of becoming an Education for Health Trainer
- Become part of the highly-regarded Education for Health team,
- Belong to a friendly, professional network, with improving patient care as its main focus,
- Train and develop a broad range of students, at various academic levels,
- Be involved with international training and the improvement of healthcare education in developing countries,
- Develop a range of training and facilitation skills,
- Enhance your professional profile in the healthcare sector,
- Attend a fully funded annual Trainer conference,
- Have opportunities to develop academic skills and competencies.
We provide and support all of our Trainers with professional development, induction and quality assurance.