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Corporate Trainer

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Schools and universities are not the only places you find teachers. In the business scene, there are corporate trainers, specialists who help convey knowledge and skills to a group of employees. Corporate trainers normally work in training departments of large companies. Corporate trainers may be hired full-time by a large organisation to train new employees. Some find work in corporate training firms and visit businesses on a short-term basis to train employees.

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Market Demand

According to global forecast, spending for training services will modestly increase in the next few years. In 2013, training expenditures in Asia reached USD31 billion or 10 per cent of the global market. North America and Europe take approximately 75 per cent of the global spend for training. The top industries that outsource training are Information Technology (IT), Learning Technologies, sales training and content development.

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Education

To become a corporate trainer,  you’ll need knowledge of certain programmes and systems. You will also have to be a good speaker and be flexible with your learner’s abilities. You can be a corporate trainer in several ways. You can work as a professional and learn the skills through your job experience then qualify as a trainer. Or you can take a course in education specifically for adult learners. Typically, employers are looking for trainers with professional experience in their specific industry or field.

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