Learning & Development Officer
As a Learning and Development Officer you are to design, implement and deliver the required skills and knowledge training programmes within the organisation as determined by the strategic plan to ensure delivery of the business objectives and priorities requirements.
Reporting to the Learning and Development Manager
Learning and Development (L&D) initiatives that support the HR Strategy
Identify training and development needs within the organisation through job analysis, Training Needs Analysis, Skills Matrices and regular consultation with managers and the Human Resources department.
Implementing the Training Calendar as per Business delivery plan and schedule training.
Organise regular training meetings with the HOD to identify training needs within the respective departments and Business.
Design, expand and develop training and programmes based on the needs of the organisation and the individual.
Create and/or deliver a range of training using face-to-face, digital and blended learning systems.
Produce training material for in-house courses. Soft Skills and Awareness Courses.
Plan and assess the return of investment of any training or development programme, considering the costs of planned programmes and keeping within budgets.
Develop effective induction programmes for new staff and graduate trainees.
Coach, advise and provide tools to leaders to successfully lead change in their environment.
Monitor and review the progress of training through appraisals, questionnaires and discussions with managers and provide trainees with timely and constructive feedback.
Devise individual learning plans.
Amend and revise programmes as necessary in order to adapt to changes occurring in the work environment and industry developments.
Liaising with internal and external auditors.
Help Line Managers and trainers solve specific training problems.
Selection and TTT with floor trainers to ensure training delivery standards are maintained.
Manage external training providers within organisation budgets and technical requirements.
Head & Safety and EE
Assist with the collation and submission of the Employment Equity Process.
Assist and support applying and demonstrating Equal Employment Opportunity, cultural diversity and ethical practice policies.
Comply with H&S Act.
Reporting and record-keeping
Have an in-depth, accurate and up-to-date knowledge of the Employment Equity Act
Assist with EE Committees and the submission of EE reporting.
Equity Act (EEA), Skills Development and Levies Act (SDA, SDLA)
WSP/ATR is recorded accurately and submitted on time.
Reports are submitted within defined timelines.
Collation of all training stats for reporting purposes.
- Grade 12
- NQF Level 6 Diploma / Advance certificate in related field
- 2 Year Experience in related field
- Working knowledge of WSP/ATR
- Advanced knowledge: HR/L&D
- Report Writing: Advanced
- Strong written and verbal communication skills.
- Ability to work well under pressure.
- Exceptional attention to detail.
- Microsoft Office packages.
All applications must reach our Human Resources Department by no later than 16 January 2024.
Correspondence will be conducted with shortlisted candidates only.
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