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TRAINING OFFICER - BASED AT A&P FALMOUTH

Location Falmouth

A&P Falmouth Ltd is part of one of Europe’s largest commercial ship repair and conversion specialists, operating dry docks in Falmouth, Cornwall.

We are looking for a self-motivated, dynamic professional to join the company as Training Officer. Previous experience of working in a training and development role is essential, qualified would be preferable. Knowledge and experience of working within an industrial/engineering environment would be advantageous.

The key objectives of the role are to provide support to HR and Line Managers in relation to Apprentice and Employee training; to identify company and employee training needs; and to devise implement a strategy and programme for ongoing employment development.

Main duties will include:

• Develop effective induction programmes for new staff, apprentices and graduate trainees.
• Attend ‘Recruitment Fairs’ / ‘Industry Days’ to promote A&P, including apprenticeships.
• Recruitment of Apprentices and Trainees.
• Conduct regular reviews of Apprentice progress, both internally and with Cornwall College
• Identify funding opportunities that may be available for employee training from the various government and support bodies and prepare funding applications where required.
• Organise training, internal and external to achieve identified training objectives, ensuring that employee competence and training certification is in date.
• Liaise and work with HR Admin to ensure that all training information is provided to HR department to be retained on personnel records.

Applicants must be an excellent communicator and able to build effective working relationships at all levels throughout A&P Falmouth Ltd and with our clients/customers.

Candidates who believe they meet the above requirements should apply in writing enclosing a full CV, and listing qualifications to:

Paul Kneebone
HR Manager
A&P Falmouth Ltd
E-mail: paul.kneebone@ap-group.co.uk

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