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Hi everybody!
I am an MBA specializing in HR & Mktg. I am interested in becomin a "Corporate Trainer". I hv imparted a no. of trainin durin my MBA.
I hv also trained sales Executives while workin as an HR executive in a Real Estate Firm.
Please provide me with some company names in Delhi/NCR where I can apply
I know ill hear from you ppl soon
Regards,
Pooja

From India, Gurgaon
hi ppl, Please advice on how do I take my career fwd which will make me a corporate trainer. regards, Pooja
From India, Gurgaon
Dear Pooja,

I recommend you joining a company as training manager rather than joining corporate training company as a trainer.

While trainer's job is exciting, one thing should be noted - trainer needs to have his/her own life experiences. If you could rise to the level of HR Manager and then get into training nothing wrong in it.

I always tell to upcoming trainers that words may flow from the mouth of trainer, these originate in his heart. But to originate these in his/her heart he/she should go through the routine grind earlier.

During my days in HR, I was let down by my staff. At times my superiors let down me. But these experiences have taught me a lot.

To share with the participants, you should have your own inventory of failures/ experiences.

As a first step towards this direction, meet your friends, colleagues and ask them what were strange organisation issues that they did come across with. Was their customer satisfaction of highest kind? Jot down all these experiences and later classify them as per the subject so that you can use them in future training modules like Customer Service, Communication Skills etc.

All the best!

Thanks,

Dinesh V Divekar

,

From India, Bangalore
I really appreciate your advice... But as I don hv much experience so wanted to know some names of the training companies so as to start my career. I m a keen learner... regards, Pooja
From India, Gurgaon
Dear Pooja
You could contact Roshini at Shradha HRD on 09811341600. If she finds you with potential she will not only groom you personally but also build your career in the training industry.
All the best.
Amul
or mail her at

From India, Pune
Thanks a lot Amul I appreciate your help.I have mailed her my resume...do you hv ny personal email id of her. Pls provide me her personal ID if possible regards, Pooja
From India, Gurgaon
Dear Pooja
Usually she accesses that mail. If she is traveling or not in office then its different. May you can call her later during the day or tom.
Incase its difficult let me know and I will fix up a meeting.
Take care
Amul

From India, Pune
No problem. I have dropped her a message. You can call even tom. Not an issue. All the best
From India, Pune
Hi Pooja,
Gud to see ur mail. I hav been working as an executive for one of the logistics company. As suggested by one of the corporate trainers from Bangalore, it is gud for u to start a career in Training & Development Function. Im from the same function looking after All India Training & Development coordination.
Gud Luck!!
Pratap
098496 13442

From India, Mumbai
Hi Pooja,
If you are seriously interested in a training career, I agree with Amul in saying that perhaps you should first gain some experience as a training manager in the HR department of some good corporate house. It will help you kick start your career well.
In a corporate house, especially one that is strong on the training aspect (example Aditya Birla group), you can gain exposure to training at various levels. This can prove really helpful when you move into corporate training as an independent trainer.
As for good training companies, I don't know of any in the Delhi/NCR area, but I do know about T.V. Rao Learning Systems (www.tvrls.com). It is founded and headed by Dr. T.V. Rao, who is considered to be the father of HR and Training in India.
The company has offices in Ahmedabad and Bangalore... perhaps you can check out if they have any options for you.
Hope this helps...
Regards,
Gaurang

From India, Mumbai

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