I think a better idea would be for you to get 4-5 years of job experience - be it sales, marketing, HR or anything. That would give you exposure to real life corporate situations and a chance to actually face and tackle them.
A first hand experience of handling corporate situations will give you depth and confidence to face your future trainees and actually provide useful insights instead of bookish theories.
All soft skill training is supposed to make one more effective in corporate situations unless you have personally experienced at least some of it, you can't be an effective trainer.
The best strategy probably would be to take up a non-trainer job for 4-5 years and then build your trainer profile.
Most of the working people wouldn't be able to respect a trainer who has never faced what troubles them and has only provided training from day 1.

From India, Delhi

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