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Hi Gaurang,
Thanks for your advice..I hv looked into that site...but I don think they hv nythin in Delhi/NCR...but dey hv gud material related to trng on their website which will be quite useful to me.
thanks a lot!
regards,
Pooja

From India, Gurgaon
Hi Pooja,
Some of our friends here has adviced you to join some corporate as Training Manager. I do not agree with them. Since you are a fresher, it would be risky to take such a big jump.
I would suggest to tie up with some Individual Corporate Trainer and learn the ropes or join a company as a Trainer. Collaborating with a Freelance will give you a wide experience and exposure to various corporates and their training needs.
And if you want to go ahead and become a Training Manager in future then join any organisation as a Trainer. This will give you experience not only as a Trainer but you will also learn all the Training Functions and Interventions.
Wish you all the best.
Regards
Kunal Ghosh
Training Consultant.

From India, Mumbai
Hi Kunal,
I really appreciate your advice...I am still searchin for a company which would take me as a trainer / content development executive / BD -training....which will help me understand d areas in Training.
thanks again
regards,
Pooja

From India, Gurgaon
Hi Pooja,
I completely agree with Kunal.
I really dont know much since I am also a fresh MBA graduate, but I did my summer internship in the Training & Development Dapartment of a 5 star hotel
According to me you should look out for some position like Training co-ordinator or since you are an MBA graduate u can join as a training executive where in you gain some experience, then u can think of becoming a training manager or asst manger it depends from company to companyor a freelnace trainer
Or u can mail to Sharadha hrd,I think that also a good option
and I would also advice you to do ISTD course,the contact person for Delhi is
Dr Sudhir K Jain
Department of Management Studies
Indian Institute of technology, Delhi
Hauz Khas
New Delhi – 110 016
Ph:(O) 26591168 (R) 26568630
Mob: 9810211681
I wish you a gud luck.
Regards,
Khushboo

From India, Bangalore
Hi Khushboo,
Thanks for sharing your information.
I have looked into these options...I might as well enroll in some Trng course with ISTD, Delhi.But I still want to enter the training industry as I hv quite good knowledge about trng n den move into these courses l8r with my job.
as I am an MBA I hv conducted a no. of trng sessions which will always b an added advantage for me. I am a fast learner & excellent in content development & presentation skills which will help me grow fast in trng company.
If you come across ny Trainin Co. in Delhi/NCR pls lemme know.
thanks & regards,
Pooja

From India, Gurgaon
Dear Pooja
I agree the above, my mother tongue is not English, forgive me my language mistake. I'm a trainer in china.
I think the best choice for you is to work for a company as a trainier, you can learn more, you can touch the real business, then you have experience.
after you get a position as top as HRM or HRD, then you can train others , others will listen to you and trust you more!
welcome to communicate and share, be good friends1

From China, Beijing
Hi Island,
First I m glad to welcome you to this community...ull really find this community a great place to share your knowledge n get information on anythin in HR.
Thanks for your help...
regards,
Pooja

From India, Gurgaon
Hi Pooja
Some time back i saw an ad in TOI where Walchand Dale Carnegie Institute was looking for trainers, they would provide the training for trainers.
They are also running programs like train the trainer , may be they can help!
all the best
alpana : :)

From Saudi Arabia, Jiddah
hi Divesh,
Hey, what u wrote to Pooja is so true..am a behavioral trainer, but i started my career 5 yrs back in customer service and thn moved to hardcore sales and finally to HR- Training..just bcoz i have gone thru my ups & dwns in both the functions..today, i can relate to every scenario thats narrated by my participants...a trainer has to feel from heart and thn the words that flow from his mouth are full of conviction and if u succeed at that..ur concept is sold successfully..:) i think we are in an awesome profession that we can touch so many lives with just one session..i take pride in my work and it helps me to be a better person evryday...:)
regds
charms


Hi Pooja,

I am Ganesh, a Corporate Trainer by passion for the past 6 years. Excellent you want to become a Trainer. Before wishing so, please do a personal audit to explore the following rudimental qualities that are needed to become a successful Trainer:

1. Oratorical dexterity with Modulation, Emotion, Animation and of course with a tinge of humor to make your sessions very interesting and to facilitate transfer of knowledge.

2. Excellent listening - a good listener is a very good communicator.

3. Presentation skills and presence of mind to tackle any sort of question that are shot at you.

4. Easy going and mingling with people - you must have a passion to mingle with people with great fraternity, respect and admiration.

5. Keep enhancing your knowledge base. Update it on any given subject.

In addition, my friend, you have to learn Nero Linguistic Programming (NLP ) and you can undergo any Training Programme on "Train the Trainer". You may take up the PG Diploma Course in Training & Development conducted by Indian Society for Training & Development, New Delhi which offers a Diploma Course. The Diploma is approved by the HRD of Government of India.

I got this Diploma which is very useful. I have also completed PG Diploma in Guidance & Counselling. These are all interlinked with Training.

Should you require any more particulars, details, data and the like, please write to me.

All the best Pooja, I could find a Trainer in you. :wink:

From India, Tiruppur

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