How to become Corporate Trainer on Personality Development, Protocol, Etiquette, Grooming & Imag
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Hi,
I am a computer science graduate and I want to pursue my career as a "International Corporate Trainer on Personality Development, Protocol, Etiquette, Grooming & Image Enhancing." Please suggest which institutes should I go for in India or abroad to pursue my post graduations into this. and what are the pros and cons of having this as a career choice?

ACT -  Member Since: Aug 2007
Hi

It is heartening to note that you have narrowed down the area of training in which you hope to become an expert. This will give you more focus on what type of training to attend, the inputs you need to source and the kind of business opportunities available to you. The downside is you have narrowed your opportunities to a highly competitive space. Of course if you are competent that should not be a major concern but be aware that you restrict yourself from exploring other opportunities. You can look up personal brand building courses and image consultant related courses to get the inputs for you to assimilate the learning and to structure your course.

I would also suggest that you pick up some more inputs on training by clicking on the following link and going through the reply given in that.
How to become a public speaker and a corporate trainer

Best Wishes

ahmadfaisal72 -  Member Since: Jul 2013
Thanks for your reply, but still I want to know which post graduation course I should opt for to become "International Corporate Trainer on Personality Development, Protocol, Etiquette, Grooming & Image Enhancing." do I need to join any colleges in abroad for this please suggest me some good colleges and courses to pursue for this career profile as the previous link was not so helpful.
Regards,
Faisal Ahmad




 
 
 
 





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