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Training Assistant

Keller UK are recruiting a Training Assistant to support our training department. If you feel that you match the job description please apply.

Purpose of the Role

To work collaboratively with the Training Manager to provide a comprehensive training service to the organisation.

Provide support and administrative assistance to the training function, to maintain accurate and compliant employee training records.


Key Roles and Responsibilities


Support in the coordination of card renewals (i.e., CSCS, CPCS, IPAF, PTS, etc.).

Book ad-hoc training for all employees as and when requested. Ensuring appropriate authorisation is obtained and joining instructions are issues.

Support with accurately recording and maintaining training events on the training database.

Ensuring cards and certificates are copied to employee records and issued to the employee in a timely manner.

Responsible for incoming and outgoing post for the HR and Training Department.

Filing and archiving training records.

To be involved in any ad-hoc projects as and when required by the Training Manager.

To provide administrative assistance to the Training Manager as and when required.




Provide support in ensuring line managers are kept informed of their employees training and competency expiry dates.



Work to and actively promote “The Keller Way”, Integrity, Collaboration, Excellence and Sustainability.

Work to and actively promote FREDIE, Fairness, Respect, Equality, Diversity, Inclusion and Engagement.

Sharing of useful training information with the HR & Training function to ensure continuous development and improvements.

Providing sickness/annual leave cover for the Training Manager as and when required.



Costing invoices to correct cost codes.

Ensure best price is negotiated for training courses.


Experience/Skills/Qualifications/Personal Attributes



Proven experience in an administrative position.

IT Literate in various Microsoft products.

Excellent written and verbal communicational skills.



Advanced knowledge and capabilities in Microsoft products.

Previous experience in the construction sector.

GCSE grades of C and above, ideally in English and Maths (or equivalent).


Personal Attributes

An ability to work autonomously and collaboratively in an appropriate manner.

High level of attention to detail and accuracy.

Excellent organisational skills.

Flexible and able to carry out duties not part of the normal remit of the role in the interests of the team.

Strong ability to manage workload and complete tasks by a given deadline.

Tenacious, confident and a team player attitude.

Ability to think through the task and to take a methodical and organised approach.