Are you interested in leading our Continuing Professional Development (CPD) programme as a member of the Catalyse Executive group? Then read on:
Catalyse is a not-for-profit social enterprise offering training, therapy and consultancy through a network of experienced therapists and trainers based across the North of England. We have developed as an organisation through a core group of colleagues working together for over twenty years since setting up the first North of England CAT Practitioner course. Catalyse functions in an open and accountable way and is overseen by an Executive Committee who agree direction and priorities, and co-ordinate Catalyse activities, on which particular Executive members lead. In addition, a larger network of Catalyse Associates provide services.
We need a CAT trained therapist to lead and develop the organisation of our CPD programme of events across the North.
Key aspects of the CPD lead role include:
- liaising with the CAT community to generate needs and ideas;
- including strategic thinking with the course team for a programme of consolidation events for post practitioner training;
- liaising with presenters and carrying through the planning, costing, advertising, delivery and evaluation of the programme with administrative support.
As CPD lead you would be a full member of the Catalyse Executive contributing to the broader aims of Catalyse which has work streams delivering the CAT Practitioner course; Personal Reformulations for CAT Skills and Foundation courses and other professionals, Sheffield CAT Psychotherapy Practice; varied bespoke Projects in CAT teaching, research and evaluation; Café CAT and a new work-stream in Organisational Consultancy.
We are hoping to recruit someone who has good interpersonal skills, is collaborative and responsive, who works well in a group and who wants to contribute to CAT developments in the North.
The CPD lead role does require flexible working of approximately 30 hours over a year and attendance at meetings and email to support the business of the Executive. See role description (download below) for more information.
Closing date for applications is Friday 14th September, 5pm
Please submit the application form (download below), a brief CV and a personal supportive statement of up to 750 words to say why you are interested in this role and what you feel you can bring to the future of CAT in the North.
Please send your application to Kathryn Webb preferably by email to firstname.lastname@example.org
CPD Lead DownloadsCatalyse-CPD-Lead-Advert.pdf