Career outlook for training officer
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Currently employed in Scotland
What's it like?
You would organise training to help staff improve their skills and get more out of their jobs. You might give the training yourself, or arrange events through colleagues or external providers such as colleges.
- Speak with other managers to find out about training needs
- Come up with and present training options that cover all staff
- Draw up a training plan
- Make training materials, including e-learning materials
- Work as a team to design, deliver and assess training programmes
- Update records and documents
- Make sure training is within budget and time limits
You could be in charge of one particular training area, such as management skills or health and safety.
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- Written communication
- Implementing ideas
- Time management
- Motivating others
- Taking responsibility
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