MAIN JOB DUTIES/RESPONSIBILITIES
•Training new clinic employees to the desired level within our Diabetes Clinics
•Develop and apply redevelopment in staff: guidance, retraining, coaching and support of employees.
•Work in close collaboration with the T&E Manager Type 1 Clinics (Global), in the development of training that develops new and existing staff and equips them to undertake their work
•Discussion out training and coaching with the relevant employee(s)
•Obtain effective, relevant information by actively listening and summarizing.
•Consultation on training and development affairs with the QIC, Head Nurses and Head Department and other staff members.
•Develop learning plans for all new employees, develop e-learning content for Learning Management System and develop content for face to face training and other modalities.
•Deliver face to face training and presentations to all levels of clinical and non-clinical personnel.
•Responsibility for maintenance of content of Learning Management System (LMS) and allocation of learning plans dependent on job specification
•Supporting, coaching and advisory role training new clinic employees
•Designing a training plan for each new employee, assign a buddy and consult with trainee and buddy about progress regularly
•Maintaining and developing the competence statements, monitoring quality of education, planning and training
•Provide support to existing employees, new employees' buddies, students and provide training related to the Quality Management System (QMS). The work is guided according to the current protocols.
•Coordination and driving develop ent and documentation of care pathways, procedures and
instructions. Implement and provide information on new technical developments
that should be applied
• Contribute to maintaining the QMS care-related part of the manual for training and development
•Support the development of patient training curriculum, materials and resources and utilise a train the trainer approach to support clinical staff in deploying these.
•To provide direct line management to Diabetes Educators in Diabetes 360.
•Critically assess medical and nursing information regarding education and training
•Participate in the development of scientific knowledge about diabetes and in promoting the
improvement of this subject knowledge.
•Develop and maintain personal and professional education and training plans for clinic staff
• Promote the expertise of stud nts, colleagues, patients and other others involved in care and care providers for diabetes. Professionalism
•Provide outstanding support to new employees and students
•Display personal and interpersonal communication skills and professional behaviour
•Know the boundaries of their own competence and act within them.
• Diploma in Nursing/Registered (GNM) Nurse, preferably with the certification paediatric nursing
• Additional training as a diabetes nurse/educator would be an asset. This training can be followed (in consultation and planning) at our facilities in Diabeter,