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Director of Training -Location:  Stouffville, ON
Three-year contract position with option for extension

We are seeking a career-oriented individual to serve as the Director of Training.  This individual reports to the COO. This position will have general oversight and management of all areas of Training, which includes On-site and On-line Certification Training; Orientation, Refresher and Special Interest Webinars; and On-Line Training. Responsibilities also include overseeing marketing, and client management of Certified, National and License Trainers, homework assignments and coaches. 

The role of the Director of Training provides the candidate with an opportunity to be creative, in inspiring and encouraging organizations and churches to achieve the HIGHEST standard of abuse prevention and protection.  You will contribute in the growth of a company and share in the profits of the company. We are a small company with huge impact and potential. Our staff team of 10, our 20 National Trainers, and 7,500+ clients all love what we do and together we protect thousands of children, youth and vulnerable adults.


  • University degree in Education, Christian Education, or similar or five years professional experience in adult education or communications
  • Exceptional Computer & software knowledge
  • Excellent communications skills – English oral and written (French an asset)
  • Knowledge of abuse prevention is an asset
  • Certified Trainer of Plan to Protect® - Strong Asset
  • Knowledge of program delivery working with children and/or youth
  • Superior interpersonal & networking skills
  • Accuracy and attention to detail
  • Highly developed organizational skills
  • Strong ability to time manage and meet deadlines
  • Maturity and a high level of personal integrity and professionalism
  • Able to work independently and as part of a team
  • Well-developed internet, database, e-mail and computer skills
  • Strong analytical abilities and strategic thinking skills
  • Able to work flexible hours including some evenings and/or weekends
  • Willing to travel
We hope to fill this position as soon as possible.  

Contact Person: Melodie Bissell








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