Reporting to: Training Manager
An exciting opportunity exists for a Training and Development officer, who is passionate on creating new possibilities through learning and education. The successful person will be responsible for the learning and professional development of the organisation’s workforce. As a training and development officer, your job is to equip staff with the knowledge, practical skills and motivation to carry out their work activities effectively.
Responsibilities (but not limited to)
- Ensuring that L&D interventions address identified skills gaps (training needs analysis).
- Develop WSP and ATR + submission to SETA.
- Provide advice and assistance on all aspects relating to Skills Development, particularly legislative matters such as employment equity (skills development planning), B-BBEE and SETA requirements in line with skills development.
- Delivery of learning solutions and performance improvement initiatives to maintain and maximise performance.
- Ensuring that L&D interventions are prioritized according to the SETA’s Sector Skills Plans and maintain an effective relationship with the SETA.
- Critically evaluate training providers, learning outcomes and the mode of training delivery against the business requirements and L&D priorities.
- Ensure training material is relevant, accurate and fit for purpose
- Conduct effective induction and orientation methods.
Qualifications and Experience
- Degree / Diploma in Human Resource Management
- Min. 3 years’ experience as a trainer/facilitator with track record in developing and executing successful training programs
- Experience with both traditional and modern training methods
- Registered assessor and moderator
- Registered Skills Development Facilitator
Deadline: 23 December 2021
CV’s accompanied by a covering letter must be submitted to email address: firstname.lastname@example.org with the job title and applicant’s name in the subject line.
SGB-SMIT POWER MATLA is committed to fair and ethical recruitment practices to achieve sustainable inclusion and diversity without compromising on performance.
Assessments will be one of the methods utilised to determine the successful candidate.
Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted