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EPR Training Manager (NHS) - North London UK

An NHS Training Manager with excellent EPR Healthcare Systems knowledge is required to work with a large NHS trust based in North London UK. This is a contract position initially for 6 months which is likely to extend.

This role will involve identifying training needs and making appropriate recommendations as necessary. You will then develop and deliver training solutions to meet those needs. You will be involved in the planning of training programmes across the trust whilst continually evolving the training structure.

Applicants should have a strong track record in training in healthcare and ideally at least 2 years’ experience in a similar role ideally in an Acute setting. You will have a good understanding of training in the healthcare sector with good Systems knowledge and may have previous experience with training programmes for the following health systems: iSoft, Lorenzo, McKesson, Cerner Millennium, Medway System C, Meditech, Oasis, RiO, TPP SystmOne.

You will be experienced in the delivery of training, capacity and capability strategy analysis, training strategies, Training Needs Analyses and training plans.

Excellent communication and management skills are required.

This is an excellent opportunity to manage a large training programme for a key system implementation.

Ideal is the UK’s leading health systems service company, providing Consultancy, Staffing and Training solutions to NHS organisations to support them with the capability and capacity to deliver projects on time and to budget. We work exclusively in the healthcare sector and offer support to organisations implementing new systems or undergoing change.

Successful applicants will be required to undertake a Criminal Records Bureau (CRB) check and to provide proof of their right to work in the UK. Ideal is committed to promoting equality and diversity throughout all areas of our selection and recruitment process.