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31 questions about working at Lifetime Training
We have a number of measures in place to support our people in terms of their wellbeing which we recognise as essential, especially at this difficult time. We have a dedicated wellbeing hub, Wellbeing coordinators, an employee assistance programme and a weekly keeping in touch and wellbeing communication that goes round to all employees. Our management development programme also coaches and trains our managers how to support their team members and look after their wellbeing.
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4 February 2021
Feedback is delivered by managers through conversations with their team members. Managers also hold regular one to one conversations and an annual Evolve conversations. Feedback will always be given to support development and recognise and celebrate success.
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4 February 2021
HiWe will always ask about your relevant experience but we also ask you to provide some specific examples of times when you have demonstrated our Lifetime DNA Behaviours.You can check these out on our careers site: https://jobs.lifetimetraining.co.uk/working-for-us/our-dna/
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4 February 2021
You are able to work remotely at Lifetime Training and this has been particularly essential throughout the past year. We provide all our people with all the tools they need to ensure that they can continue to deliver an exceptional service within their roles on a remote basis.
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4 February 2021
Our dress code is smart business wear
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4 February 2021
For most of our roles we conduct a behavioural based interview and in some cases a second interview or presentation.For our Trainer positions the following process is in placeBehavioural InterviewFunctional Skills assessmentPresentation of a mock training sessionThe opportunity to shadow one of our existing Trainers.
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4 February 2021
HiWe do currently have a number of vacancies, mainly within our care sector due to the volume of learners we have in this area and to replace some people who have left due to returning to sector. You can check out our vacancies at: https://job.lifetimetraining.co.uk/jobs/
Answered by Lifetime Training
4 February 2021
Make over the working space for those working in the office. Offer more flexible benefits.
Answered 23 June 2020
Our standard working week is 38.75 and we encourage our people to take a flexible approach to those hours to help support their workload but also their work/life balance. This can mean that if you need to take time out to manage any personal commitments you can do this and then adjust your hours accordingly to suit you and your learners. Some of our roles require travel to learner sites and this can be impactful on time management. However as we predominantly working remotely at the moment this has reduced and we do encourage our people to reduce the amount of travel involved in the Trainer role by making use of remote technology to visit learners and attend meetings.
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4 February 2021
We offer a range of benefits and reward and recognition. Please follow this link to check out what we offer at Lifetime Training:https://jobs.lifetimetraining.co.uk/working-for-us/rewards-and-benefits/#featuredjobspage-1
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4 February 2021
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