Training Manager Job Description Sample

TRAINING MANAGER JOB DESCRIPTION

Develops and manages staff training programs, assesses the organization’s training and development needs, helps individuals and groups develop skills and knowledge, creates training guides, introduces personal training, monitors efficiency training.

Training manager monitors its implementation and evaluates its results. Training manager thinks, observes and development needs and lead tailor-made training initiatives that create loyalty to businesses.

Training managers work in many departments to accelerate employees both for their specific vertical and corporate needs. Training managers often have backgrounds in business, management, human resources, development, and education.

Work condition

Most training and development managers work full-time in normal working hours. However, training and development managers make overtime more than an average employee does, about half works more than 40 hours a week

QUALIFICATIONS

Must have a Bachelor or Master’s Degree

SKILLS

Communication: Training and development managers must clearly communicate information and facilitate learning from different target groups. They must also be able to provide instructions to their employees effectively.

Critical thinking skills: Training and development managers use critical thinking skills in class, materials and programs. They must identify the training needs of the organization and recognize where changes and improvements can be made.

Decision-making skills: Training and development managers must choose or create the best training programs that meet the needs of the organization. For example, they need to review existing training methods and materials and choose the ones that are best suited for each program.

Ability to communicate: Training and development managers need strong communication skills, as they need to collaborate with staff, apprentices, experts in the field of subject matter and organization managers in the implementation of training programs. They also achieve a greater part of their work through teams.

Leadership Skills: Training  Managers are often responsible for staffing and responsible for many programs. They must be able to organize, motivate and guide those who work under them.

Other required skills

  • Company profound knowledge
  • Ability to measure and evaluate staff training needs
  • Strong communication and communication skills
  • The thrill of continuous learning.
  • Innovative thinking
  • Embrace Efficiency

Responsibilities

  • Develop comprehensive training programs, including corporate topics, staff training and compliance training
  • Choose the ideal training methods or activities for a specific goal and audience (online, role-play, tutorial, work training, professional development classes, etc.)
  • Market and promote training opportunities for employees so that all the necessary information is provided
  • Organize regular and peer-reviewed needs assessments by identifying skills or knowledge gaps that need to be addressed.
  • Use best practices and educational principles
  • Analyze and incorporate new training methods and techniques
  • Develop and develop education/training assistance and materials, if necessary
  • Evaluate the effectiveness of training courses and provide summary summaries to management by identifying the effects of training on employee skills and company goals.
  • Interacting with and interacting with internal stakeholders and communicating with various experts involved in mentoring and training planning
  • Maintain a database of curriculum, materials and personnel training data
  • Organize and arrange train/trainers for internal experts/trainers
  • Supervise and maintain of training opportunities and the necessary training facilities
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