Exciting Opportunity with Better Start Bradford
Workforce Development Deputy Lead for our Adversity, Trauma and Resilience (ATR) Project
The Trident Wave Resilience (TWR) partnership has been established by Bradford Trident, Better Start Bradford and WAVE Trust to develop and deliver the Bradford District Adversity, Trauma and Resilience (ATR) Workforce Training and Learning Programme which aims to deliver a district-wide, whole system, trauma-informed approach to Adversity Trauma and Resilience.
Bradford Trident is the accountable body for Better Start Bradford, a 10-year National Lottery Community Fund programme working with families during pregnancy and the first 3 years of their children’s lives to improve their outcomes. WAVE Trust has 25 years’ experience of researching, training and consulting in the field of attachment, resilience and trauma. Find out more at www.betterstartbradford.org.uk and www.wavetrust.org.
Better Start Bradford and WAVE Trust have collaborated to bring ATR expertise to the Bradford workforce and are excited to build on this experience to build and deliver a comprehensive training and learning offer.
The post will be employed by Bradford Trident and based with the Better Start Bradford Programme Team. The post holder will be part of a team working closely with our Public Health commissioners and the ATR Steering Group to deliver the workforce element of the Bradford District ATR Strategy.
This role will co-ordinate the delivery of ATR Workforce Training and Learning Programme, under the guidance of the Project Lead and working with WAVE Trust colleagues to establish the training offer in response to identified need. They will oversee freelance and volunteer trainers delivering the training to the workforce.
The post-holder will have experience in co-ordinating and delivering training, a qualification or extensive experience in training or equivalent and the ability to present to mixed audiences. They will have the ability to collect and analyse data and to produce project evaluations and reports. They will have day-to-day responsibility for the training delivery and monitoring and for building relationships with local stakeholders, including those with lived-experience of adversity and trauma.