Your coordination skills and knowledge of adult education principles will be put to the challenge in this unique opportunity with the Ministry of Transportation's Road User Safety Division. It will be your role to plan, design, develop and evaluate public education training programs and ministry training programs concerning road user safety.
What can I expect to do in this role?
In this job, you will: • Research, identify and evaluate training options and prepare or provide input to business cases for new and revised ministry training programs • Determine emerging requirements for staff knowledge and training by conducting needs assessments and analysis in response to new/changing ministry policies and programs • Lead projects for the design and development of training standards, training programs, specific courses and/or events in relation to Driver and Vehicle licensing and registration programs and policies • Develop training program resource materials, including instructor lesson plans, participants' workbooks and related training material • Prepare budgets, monitor expenditures and conduct quality assurance for assigned training programs • Assess, evaluate and make recommendations on the effectiveness and impact of training programs and on the continuation of participants in training programs
How do I qualify?
Learning and Development Knowledge
You have knowledge of adult education principles and practices (e.g. learning needs assessment, program design, development strategies/methods) • You have knowledge of training and presentation techniques to provide direction and guidance to instructors and provide course instruction • You have the ability to acquire knowledge of legislative framework, policies, programs and business goals ensure training needs met
Communication and Interpersonal Skills
You have presentation, coaching and facilitation skills to deliver training programs and courses • You have consultation and advisory skills to explain training policies, procedures and standards, establish priorities and elicit support for and participation in training programs • You have the ability to build and maintain effective working relationships with a variety of stakeholders • You have written communication skills to prepare presentations and training material as well as develop training program plans and evaluation tools
Research and Analytical Skills
You have the ability to evaluate programs and services, determine training needs and objectives and identify training options • You are able to ensure consistency of training programs to support strategic training policies and objectives • You are able to identify and resolve problems with training delivery
Organizational and Planning Skills
You have planning and project management skills to conduct training design and development projects • You have the ability to coordinate resources for training program delivery, instructions and materials
Salary Range: $65,401 - $94,239 per year
1 Permanent, 87 Sir William Hearst Ave, Toronto, Toronto Region
Please apply online, only, by Friday, May 25, 2018, by visiting www.ontario.ca/careers and entering Job ID 123124 in the Job ID search field. Please follow the instructions to submit your application. Faxes are not being accepted at this time.
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