Head of Learning

NAPAC is seeking an experienced and insightful Head of Learning to join our friendly team in London. The Head of Learning is accountable for the development and delivery of NAPAC’s training programme. They will maintain excellency in NAPAC’s training programme and will be responsible for all functional delivery aspects of the training. They will also keep up to date with research and policy developments, develop new training content to meet a growing range of learning needs among different audiences, and identify and develop different packages to achieve the highest possible uptake of NAPAC’s training programme. Please send completed application to info@napac.org.uk and include the role title in the email subject line.

Head of Learning recruitment details

Salary: £36,400 for 1.0FTE.
Hours: This is a flexible hybrid role. Minimum 21 hours per week (0.6FTE) up to full-time 35 hours (1.0FTE). Final working patterns will be negotiated with the successful candidate and may include the option of compressed hours.
Closing date for applications: Ongoing
Interview dates: Arranged on a rolling basis.

Head of Learning role advert

Head of Learning job description

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Why work for NAPAC?

  • Accelerate your professional development. You will have the opportunity to attend CPD-certified courses and train at the cutting edge of trauma-informed practice.
  • We take care of our own. You will have access to free supervision (due to the challenging nature of the work) and an extremely supportive team.
  • You will benefit from a competitive annual salary and access to a pension scheme.
  • We value rest and relaxation. Full-time staff typically receive 25 days of annual leave, plus bank holidays.
  • Expand your professional network. We work closely with government departments, NHS trusts, police forces across the UK and fellow charitable organisations.
  • Perhaps the biggest reason to consider joining us is to make a difference. Every day we help real people in their recovery from childhood abuse, and while it can be challenging, it’s also extremely rewarding. We aim to support approximately 10,000 survivors of childhood abuse each year, but with your help, we know we can reach more.