Nurse Trainer

£13.50 - £15.00 per hour
Various locations
Approximately 25 hours per month

We are looking for a qualified nurse to work alongside our Nurse Advisor to deliver training to the volunteers and staff at Challengers to enable all children and young people to access our services. This would be a wonderful opportunity for nurses who are looking to go into training roles.

The main purpose of this role is to support the delivery of clinical training and assess competency of play and youth staff to ensure Challengers provide good quality services to children and young people with medical impairments or procedures.

Together with the nurse advisor, the nurse trainer will offer advice and support to teams regarding medical impairments, procedures and good practice, both proactively and as they arise. This will include leader evening sessions, visiting schemes at weekends and holiday time and ‘home visits’ with members of the team.

Job Description

Nurse Trainer – Job Description

What we offer:

  • Working hours – We look to deliver training evening, weekends and during the holidays- Working approximately 25 hours a month depending on the need for training.
  • Free Training – We regularly invite all our staff to free training courses including Disability and Inclusion Awareness, Medication Administration, Safeguarding, First Aid, Makaton and more!
  • Discounts – We have access to deals and discounts at multiple online and high street stores where you can save money on tech, finance, travel, fashion & beauty.
  • Free DBS – As we require all staff to have a DBS before they start with us, we have decided to offer this free of charge.
  • Pension & Health Care Cash Plan – All our staff have access to a NEST pension and Simply Health, health care plan.

Pay and benefits

£13.50 – £15 per hour, depending on experience.

We believe in paying our staff fairly for a days work and are proud to be an accredited as a Living Wage Employer, paying all of our staff the Real Living Wage.


You will be required to be able to travel to all of our locations:

  • Basingstoke
  • Chichester
  • Eastleigh
  • Farnham
  • Havant
  • Guildford
  • Kingston
  • Richmond

Please note – all successful applicants will be required to complete an Enhanced DBS Disclosure. For more information email or call us on 01483 230 938.



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Disclosure declaration

The position which you are applying for potentially involves significant unsupervised contact with children and is therefore subject to the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act 1974 (Exceptions) Order 1975. This means that you must disclose details of any convictions, bindover orders or police cautions, warnings or reprimands, including those which are considered “spent” under the terms of the Act. Please use the Disclosure Form below only if this applies to you. This information will not be used to discriminate against you unfairly.
If you have any convictions, cautions, reprimands or final warnings that are not "protected" as defined by the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act 1974 (Exceptions) Order 1975 (as amended in 2013) by SI 2013 1198, please complete the information below and return it with your application. This information will not be used to discriminate against you unfairly. For more information on the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act please click here.

Important information

On the next few pages we will be asking for your education history, dating back to GCSEs (or equivalent) and your employment history. In order to process your application we need to have a full history from your secondary education to present day, including any gaps in your study or work. If you fail to provide a full history, your application may be rejected, this is due to the nature of our work with vulnerable young people, and the strict Safeguarding and Safer Recruitment Policies we must adhere to.