Reed Wellbeing Master Trainers will provide you with comprehensive, market leading training into the theory and application of our behaviour change based diabetes prevention programme and other interventions, along with a thorough overview of service delivery and associated process requirements.

Key Responsibilities:

  • Deliver Reed Wellbeing’s individual assessments and our group-based diabetes prevention programme in a professional, engaging and motivational style, in accordance with our curriculum, resources and quality
  • Tailor and adapt delivery approach to maximise participant engagement, learning and
  • Actively promote the programme within the community in line with national and local
  • Assist line management to co-ordinate and plan your service delivery
  • Support and monitor participant progression through the programme, accurately capturing relevant data, quality assuring delivery and fulfilling Commissioner reporting
  • Proactively contribute ideas to support service
  • Skills and Requirements:

    We are looking for individuals who meet the following criteria:

  • Minimum Level 3 qualification relating to Health & Social Care/Physiotherpy/Psychology/Diatetics/Education/Nutrition/Fitness
  • Passion for health and wellbeing with an enthusiastic and genuine approach to helping participants improve their
  • Engaging and empathetic communication
  • Ability to coach individuals and groups to identify solutions and develop knowledge and skills to support behavioural
  • Well organised and strong team
  • Willingness to be flexible in respect of working hours (including evenings and weekends)
  • Willingness and ability to undertake initial training and CPD as required
  • Fluency in community languages is desirable.