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St John Ambulance - London, England (+5 locations)

You must, therefore, have the ability to remain passionate, and engaging while delivering a training syllabus and have the expertise to deliver the content at the right pace for the training groups, as... Trainer Work careers...

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British Red Cross - England (+2 locations)

Our team are welcoming, motivated, and passionate about helping people. We've been delivering first aid at work courses for more than 30 years. We have over 170 trainers throughout the UK, and in 2018... Trainer careers...

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Birmingham (+1 location)

As a creative individual with a passion for training, you will have a proven background in developing and designing workshop based training, with a particular focus on accelerated learning techniques.... training...

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In return, you will be exposed to the fast-paced environment where you can benefit from our comprehensive in-house training to continue developing and utilising your skill set. All employment decisions... corporate training ottawa...

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British Red Cross - Maidstone, Kent, South East, UK (+1 location)

Could you teach people how to save a life? Trainer corporate training toronto... Up to £19276 per annum

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A Level 3 AET award in education and training would be advantageous but training can be arranged for right person. Are you out going? dynamic? entertaining ? corporate trainer certification canada...

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Freelance Security Trainer  

Free To Learn Group - England, GB (+1 location)

Desirable: * Possess a relevant assessor qualification:e.g. A1; TAQA; CAVA * Degree qualification PREVIOUS EXPERIENCE/JOB KNOWLEDGE Essential: * Must have 3 years of experience of front line security work... trainers...

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CAPCO - London, England

To provide global training for the Orchestra application and other systems within the SmartServe environment. This may be face2face, and travel may be required. Exposure to software development lifecycle... train trainer...

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Moodle Trainer  


* Provide support to learners and others using the VLE and other learning technologies where necessary * Experience creating and setting up Moodle courses and how to use the various plug-ins and activities... offer full...

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Babington - Derby, England (+1 location)

Provide inspirational facilitation, tuition, support and guidance to learners throughout their learning journey, helping them to progress, achieve and reach their potential Conduct regular and timely progression... freelance trainers required...

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Positions in this sector can cover a wide range of disciplines; from the various facets of IT, such as desktop support, programming, network installation and management; to HR, health and safety, and communications. The remuneration levels often vary considerably from one industry to another, but highly-skilled trainers will always be in-demand and well-compensated, as long as their area of technical focus is relevant
Some trainer positions involve working at senior levels in the corporate environment and will demand the ability to communicate well with decision makers and high-powered executives. Other roles involve working closely with people who depend on the advice and guidance given to make key life choices. The rewards can be much greater than financial compensation
Trainer positions in the IT world will generally require the ability to demonstrate relevant technical expertise. Many roles require the ability to work in teams and report to managers, though self-starters with the ability to develop coursework and manage student assessment are at a distinct advantage. Compensation levels vary quite widely, depending on the area of instruction, but typically range between £18,000 and £30,000.

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  • Training officer requirements Kathy

    Although I have no training qualifications, can I work as Training officer if I have completed a degree in Psychology?

    • Angus:

      Having a degree will always help you, and if it’s in psychology I’d imagine you could easily enter a HR dept. and gradually make a space for yourself there.

    • Hilary:

      Having a teaching degree also helps. I know for a fact that you can also start through an apprenticeship.

      • Penny:

        A degree related to business studies or personnel might help too.

    • Gen Edwards:

      This is such an interesting question, and one that I often 'stumble upon' when training trainers. I think academic degrees are wonderful, and anything in the region of EQ is spot-on - so your degree that you ask about is a good one to have, in my opinion. BUT - the big thing that so many corporates don't understand, and nor do trainers - as a trainer, you need to know how people learn. You need to be able to engage and get people participaing, as opposed to just lecturing at them. And that is where many of us fall down - we are great SMEs (Subject Matter Experts) in the topic we're delivering; but we don't have a clue how the brain works in order to lay down learning in the best possible, most brain-friendly manner. My comment would be: get yourself enrolled on a train the trainer workshop - a good one that comes with recommendations. You probably have already done this, so apologies if this opinion is superfluous.

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