CBT Trainee Practitioner x 2 Required: Croydon. Greater London
- Full-time, fixed contract until 22nd December 2023
- Salary – £30,237 inc OLW
- Start date 16th January 2023
- Based in the London Borough of Croydon and time is split between King’s College London and on-site service delivery
Croydon Drop In and Off The Record have two exciting opportunities to join our team as a Recruit to Train Trainee, part of the Health Education England (HEE) funded RtT Programme in partnership with the Anna Freud Centre, University College London, and Kings College London. The post-holder will be training on the Children & Young People Improving Access to Psychological Therapies (CYP IAPT) Therapy Course and carrying out clinical work in our services to complement their studies and use their newly developed skills.
We are seeking highly motivated and enthusiastic mental health practitioners to work and train within our award-winning Voluntary Sector services. The training post will equip the post-holder to provide interventions for children, young people or families using evidence-based intervention consistent with the course they are attending. The post holder will work with people with different cultural backgrounds and ages and will be committed to equality, diversity and inclusion.
Information about the Service
The successful candidates would be employed by us and working within our Counselling and Therapeutic Services either at Croydon Drop In or Off The Record.
n about the Training & the Job Role These are fixed term posts with this training year funded by HEE. After successful completion of the course the fixed term training contract will end however applicants would be encouraged to apply for any vacant posts within our services and will be provided support and advice in job applications.
This full-time role will be best suited for applicants who are able to balance a busy work and study schedule. You will be an employee at either Off The Record or CDI but also enrolled on a Postgraduate Diploma course. As this is a Postgraduate level training, you will be required to study and perform at academic level. Applicants must be prepared to work towards their studies outside of protected study time (such as on weekends and after work). Protected study time or teaching days are typically two days a week during term (with possibility of extra university days near the start) and will be a mixture of in person and online sessions.
Applicants must be willing to travel into London to attend their lectures.
More information about the courses and how the training works can be found here including the course brochures, and we strongly recommend you read the FAQs.
HEE are also expecting to implement a new rule regarding beneficiaries of their training year funding. We recommend you read this if you plan to apply to future trainings.
For an informal discussion contact:
Telephone: 07903 852570 RozTurner-Drage@talkofftherecord.org or
Telephone: 07592 037557