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Warwick, Warwickshire (On-site)
£30000 per annum
Job description
Senior Learning Coordinator

About the Role

Our clients participants all have their own unique motivations and aspirations; they exist to help realise them, to develop their full potential and enhance their wellbeing. Setting personal goals and achieving them enhances confidence, self-worth, and a sense of identity.

They recognise the importance of enabling our participants’ development and the profound role that we play. They offer a range of both formal and informal proficiency and educational pathways, both uniquely developed by them and in partnership with other leading accredited bodies.

Role Purpose

The purpose of this role is to ensure that they develop and deliver the right learning opportunities to meet the needs of their participants with consideration as to how they further develop their offering to reach a wider range of disabled participants.

Specific Responsibilities

a) Work collaboratively with the wider Participation team to understand fully the needs of their participants and how they develop their participant base through our learning and development offering
b) Consider various learning and development needs and styles in the current and future offering of our learning programmes
c) Consider the opportunities, benefits and pitfalls of both formal and informal learning and development programmes and produce learning and development programmes to suit the needs of their participants
d) Develop a suite of both informal and formal learning and development programmes for the effective delivery by their groups or via partnership working
e) Work collaboratively with the wider National Office teams to ensure the effective communication and delivery of their learning programmes, including Coaching, Member and Network Support, Communications and Fundraising teams
f) Consider how their programmes might align to the formal education system with schools and colleges
g) Understand fully the impact, both in breadth and depth, of their current learning programmes and how these might be improved for the benefit of their participants
h) Consider how their learning and development programmes might inspire, motivate, incentivise and challenge our participants to strive for enhanced benefit
i) Consider how the costs of these opportunities might impact the part
j) Lead on ASDAN awards for participants, developing and supporting programmes focused on educational reward and recognition for participants
k) Build and develop relationships with their internal network and external specialists to advise and inform their learning and development offering


a) To maintain good external partner relationships with sector media, British Equestrian, and others whose campaigning priorities align, working with them to push for policy change
b) Alongside other senior staff, routinely keep up with sector developments and undertake horizon scanning
c) To undertake such other duties as the Director of Business Improvement shall from time to time determine, including attending the National Championships as part of the National Office support team
d) To demonstrate the values and cultural aspirations of them in all work that is undertaken
e) To ensure due consideration is always given to their charitable aims and objectives and that this is demonstrated in all activities undertaken
f) To attend and service the National Championships, providing support leading up to the event as requested, as well as supporting the event itself

Budget Management Responsibilities

To effectively manage departmental budgets by:

a) Ensuring delivery of strategic aims and objectives within the constraints of budgets set and availability of funding
b) Highlighting and managing any budget exceptions in a timely manner with a view to ensuring a balanced budget
c) Appropriately monitoring and managing spend on external consultancies supporting them in relation to the department’s deliverables

Location RDA National Office (Lowlands Equestrian Centre, Warwickshire)
Contract: Full time, Permanent
Salary: £30,000 per annum

Closing date: 30-11-2023

REF-209 558
Posted on: 31 October 2023
Closed date: 28 November 2023 at 00:00
Job ref: REF-209558
Tags: Training