What does a Corporate Trainer do?
Corporate trainers are teachers working in a corporate setting and providing education and training to employees to ensure they have the necessary skills and knowledge to complete their jobs. As experts in both their field and education and training practices, corporate trainers develop their curriculum and teach it through content and skills building.
Corporate trainers work with leadership teams to develop coursework and provide professional development courses to employees. They monitor the efficiency of the training and find additional professional development opportunities if employees are interested. They lead orientation and identify and procure effective employee training software and systems and report on the training’s efficiency to leadership and stakeholders. They distribute surveys to employees when training finishes, compile answers, and report findings back to upper management. Corporate trainers need a minimum bachelor's degree in education, human resources, business administration, or related fields.
- Support the development and administration of various training programs, e.g., production related modules.
- Partner with management to analyze, identify and execute training needs and objectives in support of organizational goals and group and/or individual training needs.
- Work will involve motivating, influencing and fostering positive relationships with others.
- Maintain rosters of training progress, examination as well as certification records, and, in addition, may monitor trainees.
- Administer the company's learning management system and launch and monitor all annual compliance training requirements.
- Coordinate and deliver new employee orientation, onboarding and training. including on the job training, formal classroom training and post training follow up assessments and testing.
- Evaluate and assist in designing training manuals and related materials, training classes, procedures as well as electronic resources such as forms and employee Intranet resources.
- Bachelor's Degree or higher in business, computer science, or a technical field.
- Exemplary leadership and time management skills.
- Comfortable taking ownership of onboarding process.
- Requires meticulous attention to detail and strong problem solving abilities.
- Experienced working with a variety of LMS platforms.
Corporate Trainer Salaries
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Corporate Trainer Career Path
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Corporate Trainer Insights
“I appreciate the balance of work and fun which is an important aspect of professional life.”
“When I started clean slate with a great little company that truly cared about patients.”
“Good people to work with is very hard to find but I found a family here.”
“Learning a new industry can be difficult but there is a good training program in place to ensure success.”
“Everyone is supportive because you don’t have to wait for someone else to get promoted to get your promotion.”
“This is a great place to work because it grants potential opportunity for career fulfillment/personal development.”
“He says a work life balance comes later but he's always doing something related to work.”
“The opportunity for growth is unlike any other opportunity i have ever had during my working career.”
Corporate Trainer Interviews
Frequently asked questions about the role and responsibilities of a Corporate Trainer
When working as a Corporate Trainer, the most common skills you will need to perform your job and for career success are Excellent Communication, MS Word, Powerpoint, Leadership and Outlook.
- Training Manager
- Training Consultant
- Training Specialist
The most common qualifications to become a Corporate Trainer is a minimum of a Bachelor's Degree and an average of 0 - 1 of experience not including years spent in education and/or training.