Behavioural Change Trainer (Drink Drive Scheme)

Supporting drivers referred by UK Courts to attend a 3 day behavioural change workshop following Drink Drive convictions to change mindsets, prevent re-offending and positively improve road safety. Contracts to deliver the Drink Drive Rehabilitation Scheme (DDRS) throughout the UK on a self-employed basis.

At TTC Group, our mission is to improve lives and provide safer communities by reducing road safety risk through creative and innovative solutions, delivering driver training schemes to over 500,000 clients a year throughout England, Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland. As the only licenced provider to deliver the Drink Drive Rehabilitation Scheme (DDRS) course to all parts of the UK, we are always looking to work with passionate, engaging trainers to deliver this interactive 3-day workshop, designed to change behaviour and prevent further offending; thereby contributing positively to improved road safety for all users.

If you want the flexibility to work at a time and frequency that suits you, we have the availability to work with you on a freelance/self-employed basis with hourly rates starting at £21 per hour with a comprehensive induction, training and monitoring programme. Whilst experience in a Road Safety/Criminal Justice setting is desirable, a proven track record in delivering adult education or behavioural change is essential to ensure learning outcomes and impart lifetime change in road safety behaviours. More information and a person specification can be found here.

To apply

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We are committed to equality of opportunity and welcome applications from all sections of the community.

We recognise the challenges that people with (multiple) protected characteristics may experience on the job market and in their career progression. We are fully committed to being an inclusive employer and ensuring equal opportunities. We are keen to make our workforce as diverse as possible, and we hope to attract applications from underrepresented groups, including Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic (BAME) people, people with a disability, and people with gender diverse identities.