Plans, develops and delivers a variety of training courses and programmes to ensure that organisations are developing their staff and ensure competence in safety critical tasks. Trainers can be based in-house or externally if the service has been outsourced.
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- How this role fits in with the rest of the industry
- Basic entry requirements include (necessary)
- Employers might also look for (desirable)
- Typical starting salary may be in the region of
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- Career Development
- Plans, develops and delivers a variety of training courses and programmes for internal and external clients.
- Presents training to a variety of audiences with various levels of knowledge.
- Ensures that supporting training materials are appropriate for the audience and accurate.
- Ensures that competencies are assessed, where appropriate, and that appropriate ceritificates are provided to delegates in a timely manner.
- Ensures that appropriate facilities are available for the training event.
- Actively listening to delegates and responds to their queries.
- Facilitates relevant discussions on the subject matter.
- Ensures that knowledge is up to date and current and that all training materials are appropriate.
- Promotes available training courses and programmes to the Human Resources Department and Line Managers.
Most medium and large sized companies will have a Training Department. Training is essential to the success of any organisation. With the focus on safety, Trainer's have a key role in ensuring that personnel are competent and safe to work in line with company and industry procedures.
- Maths and English at GCSE level (or equivalent)
- HNC/HND/BTEC or Degree (or equivalent) in related topic
- Strong IT Skills
- Strong communication skills
- £30,000 - £35,000
- £40,000 - £55,000
- Specilalise in specific types of technical/non-technical training, become a Training Supervisor or Training and Competency Manager.