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IC Trainer

Country/Region:  GB
City:  Harrow

IC Trainer 
Location: Harrow
Business Unit: LFB Training
Purpose of role

To effectively and professionally deliver the Incident Command & Leadership and Management programme.


Key tasks    

•    Ensure the effective delivery of Incident Command & Leadership and Management Training in accordance with the Training Delivery Programme

•    Complete appropriate competency records and paperwork for LFB staff attending Incident Command & Leadership and Management training courses

•    Ensure a safe system of work is maintained throughout effective training delivery

•    Provide Subject Matter Expertise with regard to future development of Incident Command & Leadership and Management training for emergency services.


What do I need to do the role? 

Person Specification

•    Good people management skills
•    Effective and inspirational leadership skills
•    Good task management skills
•    Good organisational skills
•    Pro-active in approach
•    Efficiency driven
•    People driven
•    Problem solver
•    Committed to H&S 
•    Flexible
•    Committed


•    Competent to National Occupational Standards i.e. WM7 or EFSM2 Fire Service Role Map (essential)
•    PTTLS, AET or equivalent teaching qualification (desirable)
•    IOSH Health and Safety (desirable)
•    Institute of Leadership and Management level 3 qualification (desirable)
•    Recent experience in operational command (desirable)


Key Technical Skills

•    Comprehensive technical knowledge of Incident Command Procedures and Leadership theory and practice 

•    Experience of operational command within a Fire Service to WM7 or above.

•    Understanding of the requirements for development and maintenance of trainer competence

Key Behavioural Competencies

•    Forward thinking

•    Intercultural competence

•    Leading and developing others

•    Team work

•    Self-awareness

•    Professional Confidence


Company/Industry Knowledge

•    A thorough understanding of the Babcock / LFB Partnership

•    An understanding of the CFOA National Operational Guidance (NOG) on Incident Command.

•    An understanding of Value Centred Leadership theory

Application Guidance
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Please note that you will not be able to access the vacancy details after the closing date so you may wish to keep a copy of this advert and any supporting documents for your records. 
We are committed to building an inclusive culture and strive to attract talent who thrive in an inclusive and flexible working environment.  


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