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A Corporate Trainer is deemed as the instructor in an organisation, teaching every newcomer and ensure that they have the ample knowledge and skills to work in the industry.
Though there are part-time Corporate trainers, it is not uncommon that large companies hire full-time Corporate Trainers to train newly-hired employees as well as helping them to transition into the new environment. If you’re always fond of teaching and sharing your knowledge to others, helping them to feel more at ease in a new environment, then you should consider this career. Just like teachers, Corporate Trainers educate their “students” in a more matured and profess...
Though there are part-time Corporate trainers, it is not uncommon that large companies hire full-time Corporate Trainers to train newly-hired employees as well as helping them to transition into the new environment. If you’re always fond of teaching and sharing your knowledge to others, helping them to feel more at ease in a new environment, then you should consider this career. Just like teachers, Corporate Trainers educate their “students” in a more matured and professional context. However, you must be able to properly teach the pupils under your guidance well. You are not only able to help the company by producing more productive and efficient employees, but the employees themselves can prosper and grow as an individual. As a Corporate Trainer, you must provide copious guidance and learning materials or softwares to ensure that your students understand and can apply whatever skills they have learned into their job.
A bachelor's degree is usually sufficient to begin entry-level work
Many job opportunities in various industries
Good average salary
Some companies are now outsourcing human resource duties so you will face high competition
Work out a training schedule with the managers
Create an effective training programme
Conduct series of training
Prepare study materials for your student
Manage and keep within your budget
Improve your training regimen
Monitor the performance of those that you train
It is always a hassle to readjust your time just because of a last-minute information. You will need to plan your schedules accordingly and thoroughly for the sake of yourself and also your students. Especially if you are a part-time trainer, you will need to be firm with your decisions and timetable even more to prevent any form of inconvenience.
Relax, most if not all your students are completely new to the scene, that is why they are attending your training programme. You will need to be patient and ensure that they understand your lessons, hence, try to simplify whatever you are teaching and avoid using jargons or difficult terms!
Be able to motivate your students
Motivation is often the golden key to success. Therefore, be generous with it and give your students credits where it’s due! A teacher’s encouragement plays a crucial role in nurturing the student to improve themself, do better, and be energised to thrive.
Human Resource Management
Candidates will at least need to possess a degree in Human Resource Management, Communications, Business Administration or any of the related field. Depending on the organisation, some may require higher qualification or certification.
The working hours of a Corporate Trainer, if you are hired full-time, is typical office hours. Working hours may differ if you are a part-time Corporate Trainer depending on your schedule with the students. You may be required to work overtime occasionally if the organisation wants their employee to complete the training in a time frame..
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