We need a training facilitator to plan, manage, and assess our employees’ educational initiatives.
The duties of a training facilitator include creating group and individual training programs, keeping track of the curriculum and training materials, and getting input on the effectiveness of the programs from trainees, instructors, and supervisors. You should be knowledgeable about various instructional strategies for various roles and skill sets in order to succeed in this position.
In the end, you’ll make sure that our workplace promotes career progression and helps employees grow their talents.
- BSc in organizational psychology, human resources management, or a related discipline
- prior employment as a trainer, coordinator, or other equivalent position
Skills Required for the job
- practical knowledge of learning management systems (LMS)
- understanding of both classic and current teaching methods
- to be able to finish the entire training cycle (assess needs, plan, develop, coordinate, monitor and evaluate)
- familiarity with career paths and talent management
- excellent organizing and communication abilities
- To determine the requirement for training, interview personnel and supervisors.
- Create a training program and plan internal and external events such as seminars, job simulations, and role-playing activities.
- Control employee conference and e-learning subscriptions
- Purchase educational materials (e.g. ebooks and manuals)
- With supervisors, discuss options for a career path
- Include visuals in your lessons to keep students interested.
- Evaluation of training results
- Investigate and suggest teaching tools (e.g. platforms and projectors)
- Determine training expenditures and provide a report.
- Make sure new hires participate in required health and safety training
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