Training Coordinator

Normally based within the Human Resources department the Training Coordinator plans, supports and books training with internal and external trainers, ensuring standards are maintained and required level of competency achieved.

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  • Typical Salary Once Experienced
  • Career Development
  • Books internal and external training courses for delegates in line with requirements set out in appraisals, competency matrices and on the job requirements, in line with company policies and procedures.
  • Ensures that delegates have the appropriate joining instructions prior to attending the training.
  • Coordinates related logistics and responsible for booking appropriate accommodation for delegates.
  • Updates internal training databases/systems with the planned training  events and certification details.
  • Ensures that required refresher training courses are planned in and take place in good time.
  • Liaises with external providers or Clients regarding organisational requirements and ensures service levels are adhered to.
  • Ensures that feedback is sought after the training event from the delegates to assess and analyse the impact of the learning or training event.
  • Assists with Training Budget development and analysis.
  • Report writing as required.

Training, learning and development is essential to the success of any organisation. With the focus on safety, Training Coordinators 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 in Business or Administration related topic (or equivalent)
  • Good verbal and written communication skills
  • Good attention to detail/produces accurate work
  • £18,000 - £25,000
  • £25,000 - £30,000

Specialise in specific types of training, become a Training Supervisor or Training Manager. There would also be an opportunity to move to the delivery side of the role and become a Trainer or in to related area such as Human Resources.