Corporate Trainer Job Description Template

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Corporate Trainer Job Description Template

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Job Brief

We are looking for an excellent Corporate Trainer to help employees cultivate their skills and knowledge. You will provide complete training to share your expertise in ways that motivate others.

A corporate trainer is an experienced educator. Your abilities to convey a message should only be surpassed by a deep knowledge of your field. Organizational skills and a positive attitude are important qualities that you have to possess.

The goal is to promote efficiency and competitive advantage by developing the skills of personnel.

Responsibilities

  • Liaise with managers to determine training needs and schedule training sessions
  • Design effective training programs 
  • Select and book venues
  • Conduct seminars, workshops, individual training sessions etc.
  • Prepare educational material such as module summaries, videos etc.
  • Support and mentor new employees
  • Keep attendance and other records
  • Manage training budgets
  • Conduct evaluations to identify areas of improvement
  • Monitor employee performance and response to training

Requirements

  • Proven experience as corporate trainer
  • Understanding of effective teaching methodologies and tools
  • Willingness to keep abreast of new techniques in corporate teaching
  • Proficient in MS Office (esp. Powerpoint); e-learning software is an asset
  • Phenomenal communication, presentation and public speaking skills
  • Organizational and time management abilities
  • Critical thinking and decision making
  • BSc/BA in business, HR, finance or relevant field
  • Certification (e.g. CPLP) is a plus

What does Corporate Trainer do?

A Corporate Trainer is responsible for designing and delivering training programs to employees in organizations. On a day to day basis, a Corporate Trainer typically performs the following tasks:

  1. Conducting needs assessments: Identify training needs and gaps within the organization by conducting surveys or interviews with employees, supervisors, and managers.

  2. Developing training materials: Create instructional materials, such as presentations, handouts, and online resources, to support training programs.

  3. Designing training programs: Develop training strategies and plans based on identified needs, and determine the appropriate content, format, and delivery methods for each program.

  4. Delivering training sessions: Conduct training sessions using a variety of methods, such as presentations, workshops, practical exercises, and e-learning platforms. Ensure that the material is presented in an engaging and effective manner.

  5. Evaluating training effectiveness: Assess the impact and effectiveness of training programs through post-training evaluations and feedback from participants and their supervisors. Modify programs as needed based on feedback and outcomes.

  6. Updating training materials: Keep training materials up to date by incorporating relevant changes and developments in the industry or organization.

  7. Collaborating with subject matter experts: Work closely with subject matter experts within the organization to understand the content and requirements of specific training programs.

  8. Assisting with onboarding programs: Support the onboarding process by delivering training sessions to new employees or providing assistance to other trainers involved in the onboarding process.

  9. Providing individual coaching or feedback: Offer individual coaching, feedback, and support to employees who require additional assistance or development.

  10. Staying current on industry trends: Stay updated on industry trends, best practices, and new training methods in order to continually improve the effectiveness of training programs and provide recommendations for improvement.

It's important to note that the actual tasks may vary depending on the organization and the specific training needs.

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