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Hi, I am looking forward to pursue my career as "Trainer". Looking forward for your valued suggestion as to "how should I go about it"?. Regards, Rekha muralirekh22@gmail.com
From India, Bangalore
Hi, This is Mary Le, a new face :icon1:. I would like to share with you a file, hope it’s useful for you to be a pro.trainer. Nice weekend Mary
From Vietnam, Ho Chi Minh City

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File Type: ppt PRESENTERS PERFORMANCE.ppt (1.63 MB, 2156 views)

Dear Rekha
It is important to get trained yourself prior to taking such assignment. Please attend trainers training classes, which will give you more inputs and insight for your challenging carrer.
Withing you good luck.

From India, Calcutta
Hi Mary, What a first post huh! It was awesome and I enjoyed going through your presentation. Keep up the good work. Muthukumar K
From India, Mumbai
Hii Rekha....You pursue an 18 months course of ISTD(Indian Institute of Training & Development) which will give u a lot of insight into the subject as well as go through a course on Instructional Design/Train The Trainer which tells you about how to design the Training Module.
From India, Calcutta
Hi Rekha, Just a query. Do you have any work experience or are you planning to take up training as a fresher? Regards, SD..
From India, Bhubaneswar
Dear Mr. Sujoydas,
I have close to 20 yrs of experience in the field of admn./corporate secretary. Last 1 1/2 yrs i have worked in end-to-end recruitment with Business Development. But as a trainer this is my first step.
Is there a possibility that I can join hands as co-trainer or assist a trainer in delivery. I am a very fast learner

From India, Bangalore
Hi Mayan... Thanks very much for the valuable suggestion. But at this point in my career, I might not be able to take a break of 18 months. I need to be on the job. Also, if you share the contact details it would be helpful. I did try to search but unable to locate.

From India, Bangalore
I suggest reading the book The Accidental Trainer by Nanette Miner -- which you can get at Amazon.com: Online Shopping for Electronics, Apparel, Computers, Books, DVDs & more.
Also, the website <link no longer exists - removed> has some very good tips, articles, and other resources to help as well.
I hope that this helps. Good luck to you...

From United States, Douglasville
Hi there...
Please remember however, that there is a difference between presenting and training. The two are not mutually exclusive and being a good presenter does not mean that you will be a good trainer. Training requires loads of interaction, lots of engagement from the learners - they cannot be passive in their learning or they will learn nothing! Great trainers talk less than their students, and their students rarely sit down in a session. Presenters "Say & Spray". Make sure you learn from great trainers, not great presenters.

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