G Mukundhan
A Trainer In Soft Skills
Rajat Joshi
Hr Consulting ,trainer -creative Thinking
Nelson25
Human Resource Manager
Sunitamakhijani
Voice And Accent Communication Trainer
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Hello,
I am seeking some advice from professionals into the Training Industry.
I am an HR Generalist with around 4 years of experience in all facets of HR.
I have heard that by getting a Train the Trainer certification, I can get associated with a Training firm as a Freelance Trainer for conducting 'Train the Trainer' sessions. I would like some more information on this.
I do not have any prior experience or training in this field. What are the competencies or experience that Training companies look for when empaneling Freelance Trainers?
Looking forward to your valuable advice.
Thanks and Regards,
Smita
1st March 2010 From India, Mumbai
Hi smita,
There are several organizations like Jaycees which conduct train the trainers courses and Govt of India certified course ISTD is also there.
It is more important to get coached by a well known trainer under whose guidance you need to work for sometime even if it means less or no renumeration so that you get the nuances of the training skills.
Regards,
R.Suresh
09686681823
1st March 2010 From India
Hi Smitha,
Training is a profession as much like an other profession takes hard work to be a professional , In the last 5-7 years people go through Train The Trainer and become self proclaimed Trainers.The whole lot of them assume sincerely and seriously that they are trainers.
The market is walking away from training as it has become GYAN session.
What you are doing is the right thing , spend some time with trainer and feel if your want to be a trainer , if yes the associate with few of the trainer and do session for your pratice.
Its take atleast 3 year to be a trainer, if you nee more specific answer mail 2
regards,
NS
1st March 2010 From India
Hi,
I am very keen on becoming a corporate trainer.Is there any pre requiste qualification/certification you need to become 1.Currently I am working as an English Faculty to get a start to the experience in the educational industry.I want to know the prospects for this in Pune
2nd March 2010 From India, Mumbai
Jaycees and junior chamber international are the same.
They have different levels of training to become a trainer.
Level one: Speech Craft ( Helps to become public Speaker)
Level Two: Zone Trainer(Ist level to be a serious trainer)
Level Three: National Trainer ( To be a established Trainer)
They also have international level training programs called
Presenter
Designer
Prime
Excel
International Grad trainer
and above
Manjunath has done the first level and so did I though I Worked as a Zone Coordinator Training and Zone Trainers forum chairman.
I presently work in a pharma company in Bangalore as a Manager- Training
you can contact me by mobile on 096866 81823 or by E mail

2nd March 2010 From India
Hi everyone, Thank you very much for your inputs. does becoming a member of JCI also give me the opportunity to train under another trainer? Regards, Smita
2nd March 2010 From India, Mumbai
I saw the website but I couldn’t get much information. Can somebody please guide me if there are some institutes in Delhi / Noida coz 'm residing in Noida....
3rd March 2010 From India, Gurgaon
Re: Advanced Excel and VBA Training Centre in Bangalore

Hi All!! I am a Highly Qualified Professional Trainer conducting various Training Programmes in Pune.

Our Professional Communication Courses are:

1. Effective English Fluency with Personality Development.

2. Effective Public Speaking with Presentation Skills.

3. Train the Trainer with Voice and Accent including Soft Skills.

We have trained various professionals in various sectors for the last 25 years.

We have a wide range of Clientele ranging from Business, Students, Professionals, Politicians, Engineers, Doctors, I.T. Industry, B.P.O Industry, Manufacturing, Pharmaceutical and Engineering Industries.

Our Courses are 100% practical. We also teach

E-mail Etiquette in all the courses.

We also conduct In House Training Programmes for the Various Sectors.

We can be contacted at

Institute of Public Speaking,

209 Parmar Chambers, 2nd Floor, B Wing, Waswani Chowk, Pune - 1

Ph 26124943, 26123857 or 9326821099 and 9822967667.

Also now we are on Monster.com under placement conslultants Pune (IPS)
3rd March 2010 From India, Pune
Hi Smita,

To train the people is not an easy job, it may look easier in the distant view. If you near the training sessions it might be diffucult because understanding persons is some what tough. In the mean time all the trainings are not as same as the one you prepared already. It depends upon the circumstances most of the time.

First of all, your need to build confidence to face the trainees, in most of the trainings, the trainees part play is leading the trainers role, Some times trainees may divert from your topic, you have to be confident and clear on your training sessions.

Before training, you prepare yourself about

What is the purpose of the training?

Who are the tragetted audience?

Time frame.

Competency maping (Need or the result of the training)

Situation handling

Summarising

Confidence to tackle questioners

and Finally your own Style of lead the session.

Why I have given those points means, you already come across lot of training sessions, in those training sessions, which you liked the most? and Why?. Suppose you find the answer for this question, you are the best trainer...

Regards,

Nelson Richard Kumar.S

Chennai
3rd March 2010 From India, Bangalore
if u wanna start with insurance industry, give exams like NCFM, Associates, and all.. I had been trainer of sales for 1 and half years so I know.
3rd March 2010 From India, Ahmadabad
dear Avish you need to join as a member in jaycees to get full information about the training programs of jaycees or JCI as it is called today.
Check with JCI india for the chapter which is nearest.
Regards.
R.Suresh
15th October 2010 From India
For becoming a trainer, you need skill and adequate knowledge in your respective areas. it would be desirable that if you can have some degree of knowledge on psychology.

Currently ISTD under Ministry of HR Government of India and RGNIYD under Ministry of Youth and sports are two institutions you can rely upon for becoming a qualified trainer. For the former you must be employed as a trainer whereas for RGNIYD you can the theories of personality development, personality development in practice, training methodolgy as a subject for two semester, leadership development for two semesters, basics of psychology, human development and sociology are also taught.

This is a government institution and charge about 5000 per semester.

If you have the time and patience and willing to have a strong foundation to become a trainer RGNIYD would be a good choice.

The address is:

Rajiv Gandhi National Institute of Youth Development

(ministry of youth affairs and sports)

Government of India

Sriperumbudur - 602 105

phone: 044-27162741

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30th June 2011 From India, Madras
for becoming a trainer there are courses conducted by ISTD and XLRI. Recently Rajiv Gandhi Institute of Youth Development has launched a masters degree course in Life skills education. This course includes training methodology as a subject for two semesters, with many practical sessions to improve upon. Age is not a constraint to join this course. This is a central government institute under the ministry of Youth and sports, government of India. check out their website and syllabus for more details.
pl check WELCOME TO RGNIYD :: HOME
for more details
4th July 2011 From India, Madras
Hi Smita,
Read your query on how to become a Trainer ?..
Am really impressed with this thread of discussions and would like to thank the members who have shared their ideas/suggestions !.
R Suresh –
“There are several organizations like Jaycees which conduct train the trainers courses and Govt of India certified course ISTD is also there.
It is more important to get coached by a well known trainer under whose guidance you need to work for sometime even if it means less or no renumeration so that you get the nuances of the training skills”

Excellent suggestion !..nothing like learning from an expert and it is a wise investment ..
Nalini Shekar
“Training is a profession as much like an other profession takes hard work to be a professional , In the last 5-7 years people go through Train The Trainer and become self proclaimed Trainers.The whole lot of them assume sincerely and seriously that they are trainers.
The market is walking away from training as it has become GYAN session.

What you are doing is the right thing , spend some time with trainer and feel if your want to be a trainer , if yes the associate with few of the trainer and do session for your pratice.”

Nalini is absolutely correct – just by mouthing the PPTs ..one does not become a Trainer..as rightly said..one has to work hard on the content n research n research is the key...
Fully agree with the comments by Nelson R Kumar...
As rightly pointed by G Mukundhan – a diploma from ISTD really helps as their inputs and content on the topics is really commendable. Thank you for enlightening us on RGNYID..
Would like to share my thoughts on this subject..had posted the article “Becoming a Trainer” way back in April’2005 ...herein is the link
https://www.citehr.com/989-becoming-trainer.html
Hope the above link would answer your questions/issues.
All the best wishes on your learning Journey...
Regards,
Rajat Joshi
4th July 2011 From India, Pune
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