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Thank you for your interest in joining the Taye team.

We are currently seeking values-led, freelance consultants with experience of working within
charities, criminal justice or social care to join the Taye Training team. To find out more, download our recruitment pack available here 

Start your journey with us by joining our Training 4 Influence community, where you can meet likeminded facilitators in a safe and welcoming environment. Join us here.

This group has been created so that we can support and network with each other and there will be a mix of new trainers and experienced training companies on the page.

The group will talk about the Training 4 Influence methodology and how it is a creative solution, a method of training that can transform any training session, irrelevant of the subject, along with providing tips and resources, all aimed at ensuring that you, delegates and their service users feel valued.

Together we can make a difference and change lives.

"I’ve just completed 2 courses this week with Taye, equality and diversity with and disguised compliance. Both were fantastic, loved the relaxed (and funny) approach of the trainers and both their knowledge of the subjects was evident. I like the different teaching methods used and the sweets/toys a nice added touch for 'accelerated learning'. Would highly recommend"
Becky
"Great training. Always informative, thought provoking and relevant to my role. Very supportive facilitators"
Steph
"I was really impressed with the training Taye provided. A tough subject was made fun with warmth and humour. I loved the attention paid to diverse learning styles and the things to help maintain focus. Arguably the best days training I have attended (and I've attended a lot in over 30 years professional life!)."
Nina
"Great afternoon on the mental capacity act course. The facilitator did a great job engaging everyone attending. I will share with all my colleagues and support worker friends the 5 principles as five fingers. Great job well done!"
Nikki
"A great, friendly learning experience! fantastic for exploring ideas and experiences with other as well as from the very open and informative instructor. I really enjoyed my day!"
Will
"Fantastic training I would highly recommend Taye to any service looking for external services to deliver Safeguarding and challenging behaviour training. The staff really know their stuff and are great at getting the group to get involved."
Darren

Frequently Asked Questions

Taye is a passionate and dedicated team, led by Company Directors Tammy Banks and Faye Fox. Caroline Chapman is the Facilitator Engagement Manager and Holly Garczynski the Executive Assistant.

Taye currently has over 30 freelance facilitators and we are recruiting nationally. Click here to meet the team.

Tammy and Faye developed Taye in response to the need for excellent, tailored, practicable advice and guidance.

Taye is home of the training method ‘Training 4 Influence’. You can see more about Training 4 Influence by clicking here.

Training 4 Influence is values-based training that shares knowledge, inspires excellence and builds emotional resilience primarily for the social care, criminal justice and charity sector. Specifically, people working with clients who have multiple disadvantages, complex needs and/or vulnerabilities.

Taye is arming frontline workers with the values, skills and knowledge they need to change lives and stay safe.

Using the Training 4 Influence method Taye analyses clients’ needs and develops a completely tailored package of support, informed by legislation, guidance and best practice, developed by operational experts with strategic oversight.

In the sessions we deliver for organisations working with people who have complex needs and/or are vulnerable we also lace the Training 4 Influence 4 key underlying principles throughout our sessions – building professional emotion resilience, making values based decisions, recognising your bias and taking a trauma informed approach.

We set a high standard and, after your induction, you will be expected to achieve a 95% positive feedback rate.

It is important to note that you will not be employed by Taye but you will work for us on a contractual basis and any payments of tax, national insurance, etc will be your own responsibility.

You will receive the relevant contracts upon confirmation from the Director, that you have been successful in your application to work with us.

Along with facilitating training sessions, you may also be invited to develop sessions, offer consultancy, deliver team building or coaching.

The sessions you would be able to deliver for us depend upon your experience.

Predominantly training sessions run from 10:00am until 4:30pm, however, some of our courses are delivered over half-a-day (10:00am until 1:00pm in the morning and/or 1:30pm until 4:30pm in the afternoon).

Prior to a session, you will also be required to ensure that you have done the necessary preparation, this can include speaking to the client, amending presentations, printing materials for activities and other documentation for delegates.

Taye facilitators are required to work at a venue provided by the client.

This could be regionally or nationally and work is allocated to facilitators with the experience who live more locally to the client’s venue.

It is not Taye policy to pay for overnight accommodation, unless this has been agreed with the Facilitator Engagement Manager in advance.

Whilst it is preferable that you use your own vehicle to travel to the client’s venue, we always encourage our facilitators to use the cheapest and most environmentally friendly method of travel (for long distances) and this can often be the train; so it is not compulsory that you have access to a vehicle or can drive.

In order to be paid, you will need to submit an invoice in arrears.

As you are not employed by Taye, you will be liable for your own tax and NI and will need to be registered as self-employed with the HMRC, if you have not already done so.

If you develop a training course at the request of Taye, you will be paid a fee for this (as above) and the resources that you have developed will become and remain the intellectual property of Taye.

In order to be able to deliver sessions for Taye, you will need to complete our induction process.

This process is tailored for each applicant; however, it includes co-facilitating at least one session with an existing facilitator and finally being observed delivering a session by our Facilitator Engagement Manager.

As you will effectively be being trained during this process, you will not receive any payment or expenses when co-facilitating but equally we don’t charge you for this training. You will, however, receive 50% of the course fee for the session you are observed delivering (if you are signed-off as a facilitator that session) and then will be eligible for full payment for further sessions.

The induction process includes full training for Influence accreditation.

Absolutely not! Most of our facilitators do.

This is one of the reasons our sessions are so powerful, as the facilitators have current operational knowledge.

You will need to follow your company guidelines on undertaking additional work. Some organisations require a written request and evidence of no conflict of interest.

In order for you to successfully deliver training for Taye, you will need a laptop, printer (and ink), a scanner or mobile scanner application.

You may need a projector for some courses. If this is the case, Taye will inform you at least two weeks in advance. If you do not have your own, you can borrow one from Taye. Taye will provide you with fiddle toys.

We ask that you are trained in at least one of our core courses and commit to delivering at least one training session per month, however, we are flexible and will endeavour to offer more if you wish and Taye has the work available.

Unfortunately, not, as it is Taye policy that Facilitators do not deliver training to the organisation they work for, in order to avoid a conflict of interest.

Lets’ work in partnership 🙂

We are all about collaboration; most of our training is delivered to organisations who are supporting people or improving society so there is no room for competition.We are always happy to discuss partnership opportunities.

Alternatively take a look at Training 4 Influence and consider becoming an accredited provider.

Thank you for your interest in joining the Taye team.

Our next round of recruitment will be advertised after the summer but you can begin your journey by joining our Facebook Group.

This group has been created so that we can support and network with each other and there will be a mix of new trainers and experienced training companies on the page.

The group will talk about the Training 4 Influence methodology and how it is a creative solution, a method of training that can transform any training session, irrelevant of the subject, along with providing tips and resources, all aimed at ensuring that you, delegates and their service users feel valued.

"I’ve just completed 2 courses this week with Taye, equality and diversity with and disguised compliance. Both were fantastic, loved the relaxed (and funny) approach of the trainers and both their knowledge of the subjects was evident. I like the different teaching methods used and the sweets/toys a nice added touch for 'accelerated learning'. Would highly recommend"
Becky
"Great training. Always informative, thought provoking and relevant to my role. Very supportive facilitators"
Steph
"I was really impressed with the training Taye provided. A tough subject was made fun with warmth and humour. I loved the attention paid to diverse learning styles and the things to help maintain focus. Arguably the best days training I have attended (and I've attended a lot in over 30 years professional life!)."
Nina
"Great afternoon on the mental capacity act course. The facilitator did a great job engaging everyone attending. I will share with all my colleagues and support worker friends the 5 principles as five fingers. Great job well done!"
Nikki
"A great, friendly learning experience! fantastic for exploring ideas and experiences with other as well as from the very open and informative instructor. I really enjoyed my day!"
Will
"Fantastic training I would highly recommend Taye to any service looking for external services to deliver Safeguarding and challenging behaviour training. The staff really know their stuff and are great at getting the group to get involved."
Darren

Frequently Asked Questions

Taye is a passionate and dedicated team, led by Company Directors Tammy Banks and Faye Fox. Caroline Chapman is the Facilitator Engagement Manager and Holly Garczynski the Executive Assistant.

Taye currently has over 30 freelance facilitators and we are recruiting nationally. Click here to meet the team.

Tammy and Faye developed Taye in response to the need for excellent, tailored, practicable advice and guidance.

Taye is home of the training method ‘Training 4 Influence’. You can see more about Training 4 Influence by clicking here.

Training 4 Influence is values-based training that shares knowledge, inspires excellence and builds emotional resilience primarily for the social care, criminal justice and charity sector. Specifically, people working with clients who have multiple disadvantages, complex needs and/or vulnerabilities.

Taye is arming frontline workers with the values, skills and knowledge they need to change lives and stay safe.

Using the Training 4 Influence method Taye analyses clients’ needs and develops a completely tailored package of support, informed by legislation, guidance and best practice, developed by operational experts with strategic oversight.

In the sessions we deliver for organisations working with people who have complex needs and/or are vulnerable we also lace the Training 4 Influence 4 key underlying principles throughout our sessions – building professional emotion resilience, making values based decisions, recognising your bias and taking a trauma informed approach.

We set a high standard and, after your induction, you will be expected to achieve a 95% positive feedback rate.

It is important to note that you will not be employed by Taye but you will work for us on a contractual basis and any payments of tax, national insurance, etc will be your own responsibility.

You will receive the relevant contracts upon confirmation from the Director, that you have been successful in your application to work with us.

Along with facilitating training sessions, you may also be invited to develop sessions, offer consultancy, deliver team building or coaching.

The sessions you would be able to deliver for us depend upon your experience.

Predominantly training sessions run from 10:00am until 4:30pm, however, some of our courses are delivered over half-a-day (10:00am until 1:00pm in the morning and/or 1:30pm until 4:30pm in the afternoon).

Prior to a session, you will also be required to ensure that you have done the necessary preparation, this can include speaking to the client, amending presentations, printing materials for activities and other documentation for delegates.

Taye facilitators are required to work at a venue provided by the client.

This could be regionally or nationally and work is allocated to facilitators with the experience who live more locally to the client’s venue.

It is not Taye policy to pay for overnight accommodation, unless this has been agreed with the Facilitator Engagement Manager in advance.

Whilst it is preferable that you use your own vehicle to travel to the client’s venue, we always encourage our facilitators to use the cheapest and most environmentally friendly method of travel (for long distances) and this can often be the train; so it is not compulsory that you have access to a vehicle or can drive.

In order to be paid, you will need to submit an invoice in arrears.

As you are not employed by Taye, you will be liable for your own tax and NI and will need to be registered as self-employed with the HMRC, if you have not already done so.

If you develop a training course at the request of Taye, you will be paid a fee for this (as above) and the resources that you have developed will become and remain the intellectual property of Taye.

In order to be able to deliver sessions for Taye, you will need to complete our induction process.

This process is tailored for each applicant; however, it includes co-facilitating at least one session with an existing facilitator and finally being observed delivering a session by our Facilitator Engagement Manager.

As you will effectively be being trained during this process, you will not receive any payment or expenses when co-facilitating but equally we don’t charge you for this training. You will, however, receive 50% of the course fee for the session you are observed delivering (if you are signed-off as a facilitator that session) and then will be eligible for full payment for further sessions.

The induction process includes full training for Influence accreditation.

Absolutely not! Most of our facilitators do.

This is one of the reasons our sessions are so powerful, as the facilitators have current operational knowledge.

You will need to follow your company guidelines on undertaking additional work. Some organisations require a written request and evidence of no conflict of interest.

In order for you to successfully deliver training for Taye, you will need a laptop, printer (and ink), a scanner or mobile scanner application.

You may need a projector for some courses. If this is the case, Taye will inform you at least two weeks in advance. If you do not have your own, you can borrow one from Taye. Taye will provide you with fiddle toys.

We ask that you are trained in at least one of our core courses and commit to delivering at least one training session per month, however, we are flexible and will endeavour to offer more if you wish and Taye has the work available.

Unfortunately, not, as it is Taye policy that Facilitators do not deliver training to the organisation they work for, in order to avoid a conflict of interest.

Lets’ work in partnership 🙂

We are all about collaboration; most of our training is delivered to organisations who are supporting people or improving society so there is no room for competition.We are always happy to discuss partnership opportunities.

Alternatively take a look at Training 4 Influence and consider becoming an accredited provider.

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