Learning & Development Designer

Learning & Development Designer

As a Learning and Development Designer, you will help identify the current and future skills requirements of an organisation and create learning programmes to meet these requirements. You are passionate about people and their professional development.

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Average Salary

£24,000 - £45,000

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What does this role involve?

Typical duties include:

  • Identifying areas where training is needed to improve performance
  • Developing training programmes tailored to the organisation
  • Delivering training
  • Evaluating the effectiveness of training programmes by gathering feedback and measuring improvements in performance


  • Analytical thinking
  • Collaboration
  • Communication
  • Problem-solving
  • Relationship-building


  • GCSE grades A*-C
  • A-Levels
  • Learning and Development or other relevant Foundation Degree
  • T Level in Learning and Development or related subject
  • Level 4 NVQ, equivalent Level 5 Diploma or equivalent Level 5 Higher Apprenticeship in Learning and Development or related subject

Example Qualifications

  • Level 4 NVQ
  • Level 5 Award
  • Level 5 Certificate
  • Level 5 Diploma
  • Level 5 Higher Apprenticeship


  • East Anglia: £29,975
  • East Midlands: £34,245
  • London: £33,995
  • North East: £29,524
  • North West: £24,194
  • Scotland: £44,547
  • South East: £30,346
  • South West: £29,244
  • Wales: £40,575
  • West Midlands: £25,508
  • Yorkshire The Humber £40,575

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