National Driver Offender Retraining Scheme (NDORS) – could you join the trainer team?
DYFED-POWYS POLICE is looking for enthusiastic and committed individuals to join the trainer team on a self-employed basis to deliver the NDORS Scheme within the Dyfed-Powys area.
Trainers must already possess a full National Speed Awareness Course / iNSAC NDORS licence – a licence to deliver other NDORS course would be advantageous.
We have opportunities for the following:
- Digital trainers to deliver courses via Microsoft Teams
- Classroom trainers to deliver at course venues in Carmarthen and Llanelli (other areas may be required at a later date)
- Welsh language trainers (especially in classroom) and English language trainers
How do I apply?
Please complete the below attached application form, ensuring you evidence the attainments.
Please confirm whether you wish to deliver digital, classroom courses or both (note: please refer to classroom trainer specification for applications for digital trainer).
All trainers will need to be successful in obtaining Non-Police Personnel Vetting Level 2 and must provide Public Liability/Professional Indemnity Insurance.
Completed applications must be sent to CJITNDORS@dyfed-powys.police.uk no later than 8 February 2022.
For any further information, please email the above email address.
Application forms can be downloaded by following the link https://orlo.uk/dWlyF
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