Robin Trust: Training and Education Coordinator

Robin Trust
Please note: this opportunity closing date has passed and may not be available any more.
Opportunity closing date: 
Wednesday, 21 January, 2015
Opportunity type: 

Robin Trust is a fast growing Christian based NPO committed to providing health care & training, social development, upliftment and comprehensive primary health care that comprises preventative, promotive and rehabilitative aspects in service provision.

Robin Trust seeks to appoint a Training and Education Coordinator, based in the Oude Molen Eco Village, Pinelands, Cape Town.

The Coordinator will assume responsibility for managing and extending the community health care training programme (incorporating skills programmes as well as qualifications).

Reporting to the Head of the Nursing College, you’ll be responsible for managing all aspects of the programme – including (but not limited to) curriculum development, curriculum administration, student administration, quality assurance and the development of appropriate relationships with the HWSETA and other stakeholders.


  • Overseeing training delivery;
  • Managing relationships with in service training placement sites and sourcing new sites for in-service training;
  • Ensuring effective implementation of quality assurance mechanisms and analysing feedback to improve programme design and delivery;
  • Delivering all HWSETA and other legislative requirements;
  • Ensuring effective quality systems management;
  • Staff management;
  • Financial management;
  • Actively seeking ways to improve employability of graduates through work readiness training, marketing of graduates and development of placement services as appropriate;
  • Ensuring accreditation of qualifications and short courses with the relevant SETA;
  • Managing curriculum development whilst maintaining current curricula;
  • Overseeing all student administration processes.


  • Registration with the South African Nursing Council preferred;
  • In-depth working knowledge of the HWSETA, skills programmes, qualifications and unit standards; Good communication and writing skills;
  • High levels of computer literacy;
  • Proven managerial, networking, leadership and coordination skills;
  • High levels of initiative and the ability to drive new projects and implement new training programmes independently;
  • Excellent problem solving and analytical abilities;
  • Excellent levels of English proficiency, both verbal and written and the ability to develop and deliver compelling presentations for various audiences;
  • A passion for community based care and the ability to lobby for improvements in current frameworks;
  • High levels of numeracy;
  • Code 8 driver's licence and own vehicle;
  • HWSETA assessor and moderator accreditation very advantageous.

To apply, submit a CV to

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Further correspondence will only be entered into with candidates under consideration for the roles. Should you not hear back from us within 10 days of the closing date, consider your application as unsuccessful.

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