Training Managers are professionals who support companies by designing, facilitating and managing training programmes for employees. They identify market needs, incorporate training and growth strategies and promote a wide range of training initiatives that improve the productivity of the workforce.
Analyze training needs to develop new training programs or modify and improve existing programs.
Evaluate instructor performance and the effectiveness of training programs, providing recommendations for improvement.
Plan, develop, and provide training and staff development programs, using knowledge of the effectiveness of methods such as classroom training, demonstrations, on-the-job training, meetings, conferences, and workshops.
Prepare training budget for department or organization.
Ability to communicate
Critical thinking skills:
Company profound knowledge
Ability to measure and evaluate staff training needs
Strong communication and communication skills
The thrill of continuous learning.
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Suitable for people who like to start and carry out projects
Suitable for people who values relationships between co-workers and customers and want to work in a friendly non-competitive environment
This career is perfect for people who love to work indoors.
One of the highest-paid careers in the world
It can reduce employee turnover rates.
Better training can reduce long-term staffing costs
It gets everyone onto the same page.
There are opportunities to build a team.
Not suitable for people who like practical and hands-on work
It is hard to get into this career. A considerable amount of work-related skill, knowledge, or experience is required
Long working hours (More than 40 hours per week)