Skhadir
Strategic Business Management Includes Revenue
Mukesh Tank
Company Secretary
Rahul Chhabra
Hr Leader
Nashbramhall
Learning & Teaching Fellow (retired)
Aussiejohn
Trainer
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Hi Guys,
I am a corporate trainer and I am looking for a PPT or a module on campus to corporate. I need to train a bunch of interns. Can someone share a PPT or a PDF or a module please??
Appreicate your help.
Regards,
Joel

Hey Joel, if you want to know more about corporate training, then find the below attachment as it provides good reference material for your task.

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File Type: ppt corporate_lessons_212.ppt (298.5 KB, 3112 views)

Hi Samir,
Thanks for the PPT however it has corporate lessons and not much to do with Campus 2 Corporate training.
I however appreciate you coming forward and uploading some reference material.
Thanks once again.
Regards,
Joel

As no-one has provided you with useful material, I would take the view that it doesn't exist.

That being the case, then it falls to you as the trainer TO RESEARCH AND DEVELOP YOUR OWN MATERIAL.

The role of a trainer is an interesting one. In our training we are taught to be "trainers", ie we go and train other people who to do stuff. That's it. We are not taught to be Soft Skills Trainers or Excel Trainers or Insurance Trainers etc etc. Just "trainers".

Many of us do Train the Trainer courses courtesy of an employer who needs us to train staff in a particular thing. So we end up training in a particular field and more than likely, once we know a topic, we would prefer to continue training in something we know.

But life often throws curved balls and sometimes we have to move out of a comfort zone and do something different.

This is an opportunity for the best trainers to excel. They grab the opportunity and run with it. Just because you haven't done something before, doesn't mean you can't do it. Of course you cannot train in complex subjects that require a very comprehensive background in specialist areas. But when it comes to general training such as we are discussing here, then there is an opportunity.

And don't forget, once you have developed a course to deliver, you may well then be able to sell that training to other institutions if it is generic and not specifically designed for one college.

Many posts here on CiteHR concern me as a lot of people ask for ppts for training. As Skhadir has pointed out, you cannot rely on other people's ppts to deliver a training course. You need to develop training that meets the needs of the group and the organisation you are working for.

As I have pointed out in other posts on this subject, training is not standing in front of a class and reading ppts out. That seems to be how it is done in many places.

I venture to say that many people would hate my training sessions as I DO NOT USE PPTS at all. Come to one of my sessions and you do the work and you learn.

Finally, let me finish with some words a more experienced trainer once told me - "I'm a Trainer, I Train"

Hey Friends,
The discussion that is going on here is actual Campus to Corporate. When we are in campus we are filled with knowledge which is upto date updated, eagerness to implement what we have learnt in school/college days. However when we settle in corporate we find that theory and books that gave us knowledge failed to impart practical knowledge. In corporate we have to follow a set of procedure. Take lots of approvals. The decision taken is not of one person rather it is collective decision. We dissolve in following process and if not updated regularly the sharp edge of knowledge becomes blunt one day. In corporate we will disappear if we not learn the email games, smartness of passing the bucks, taking credits of work which was do by our team member, searching the scrap goat to dump our mistakes and so on.
When in Campus you are innocent lamb but after 5 years in corporate you are cunning fox.
Regards
CS Mukesh Tank

I agree with you Mr. Mukesh. That's how one is loosing his SIMPLICITY.
As the time passes by EGO develops and one feels proud of his KNOWLEDGE, EXPERIENCE, WEALTH, STATUS and more but they don't understand what they were before.
With profound regards

Ladies and Gentleman,
Please settle ur disputes out of this platform, as this platform is for professionals and none of us are behaving like one.
@ Joel - There is something called TNI and TNA. That wud give u a better insight than any resource. I am an HR professional with T&D as my one of my forte, have been into full time corporate training and hav also trained in many schools and colleges. Nowadays, market needs competency based training than just any training. Modules for communication and behavioral skills will be more or less the same, however u need to tweak them as per the level of your audience, duration you have and of couse the city they live in. I believe a trainer shud know every aspect of training, than just the delievery part.
Regards,
Rahul Chhabra

Hi,
I am a HR graduate with 1 year recruitment experience and currently working as training program specialist. This job is more into scheduling trainings and arranging logistics, recruiting consultants and finding resources to deliver the trainings. I am keen on becoming a trainer and interested in delivering soft skills and communication trainings. It would be an added advantage if I can grow to become a freelancer. But, i am not sure how i start and from where. Since i have never attended such trainings and have no idea how or where to start, can you please guide me and let me know how i can begin in this direction.

Dear Joel
It will be extremly useful for us at CiteHr if you give more details about your background: qualifications, experience, and also where the interns would be employed.
I usually advise students who seek questionnaires, articles, etc., to help themselves first and post some sort of a draft of what they would like to include in their presentation and then seek help to improve it.
Sometimes student do not like my SOCRATIC style and go off in a huff. However on self-reflection, they do appreciate my style. For example see the post by Mary Chrsty at https://www.citehr.com/301192-my-mba...#axzz1AO0F84KK
Also kindly see https://www.citehr.com/114330-campus-corporate.html where I had alredy posted a link on the topic. It PAYS to search CiteHr before posting a query.
Have a nice day.
Simhan
A retired academic in the UK
You cann see my brief profile at

Dear Ansari, Thx for providing the corporate lesson in panchtantra style.very useful and apt to the situation.please keep posting regards naresh

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