Training Officer (Housing; New Vision Bradford)

Purpose of the Job

  • To help build capacity and capability in services to ensure that they can respond appropriately to the needs of the people they serve.
  • To create and deliver learning and development including training to staff and volunteers and wider partners.
  • To support housing delivery providers to be skilled and educated around substance misuse issues and solutions.

Main Duties and Responsibilities

  • To work with the learning and development lead to identify requirements then design a programme of learning to meet this need.
  • To identify barriers, gaps and opportunities in skills and knowledge.
  • To develop and co-produce a range of learning materials, directed at services, that will promote and enhance the end user experience. 
  • To work with colleagues at Project 6 to identify partner organisations and create opportunities to work with them.
  • To record and evaluate the impact of the training and learning.
  • Produce relevant documents and reports in support of the role.
  • Attend and contribute to meetings with other staff and partners.

You will need to abide by our Code of Conduct, Health and Safety and HR Policies.   

Project 6 is committed to equality of opportunity for all and to being a safe, healthy, and non-discriminatory employer.   

To apply

Please download and complete the application form below and return it to

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£26,775 per year


35 hours per week





Closing Date:

12th April 2024 at 4pm

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