Vaishalee Parkhi
Hr Consultant & Trainer
Training, Motivational Speaker, Writing,
Senior Hr, Hyderabad

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Dear All,
I have 7 months experience in HR Domain, Now i got an opportunity to work as Training coordinator(Research Associate) with one of Management Consultant Group.
My JD IS: 1.Understanding Training Requirement of clients.
2.Training Designing
3.Followup with the clients
4.Preparing Training Content and Assisting Training Coordination and in Delivery.
I request to you guide me how good it is start career in Training Industry and What opportunities are there in future for pursuing career in Training firms.
Your early response is highly appreciated.
Thanks and Regards,


Training is an emerging field but it is essential that you join up a company that has a long term vision and commitment to training. From the description of your job profile I can state that there is both variety and ample scope for you to learn and grow. In fact if you focus and learn quickly you would be almost taking independent charge of the activity.

However if you want to also become a good trainer then here are a few suggestions

To be a good trainer a prerequisite is good communication skills, and in particular effective presentation and public speaking skills. However, the heart and brains of the training still remains the domain knowledge but even the most knowledgeable person would fail miserably as a trainer without effective communications skills. However remember that in training your objective is not to outsmart or outwit the participants but to take them along. Ideally an MBA from a good institution and work experience would dramatically enhance your skill and effectiveness as a trainer and I would urge you to focus on that first before embarking on training career. However you must create/ find opportunities to begin your training quest perhaps by addressing social organizations like Rotary/ Lions clubs and also take sessions for college audiences.

To get the academic inputs on training you can do the course from Indian Society for Training and Development (ISTD) as planned. Alternatively you can also attend some Train The Trainer (TTT) programs offered by private institutions.

To get going, focus on those topics that you are familiar with, confident about, passionate about or have a good grounding in. Keep updating yourself by reading extensively and start outlining the broad course contents keeping in mind the type of audience you are likely to address. In particular pay attention to the type of exercise, examples, activities that you will use during the program to reinforce a point or make the learning relevant. I would also suggest that you attend some corporate training by professionals on topics of your interest to get a feel of how it is structured and delivered.

As mentioned earlier to make up for the lack of corporate training experience, ideally take a few sessions for post graduate students in colleges or for social service clubs like Lions and Rotary's so that you gain in experience and also can fine tune your material. Once you are confident, approach a few corporates and the first few training programs are vital for future reference and for your own confidence.

I would also invite you to visit the following Inspirational and Motivational Blog which can also assist you in becoming an effective trainer.

Best Wishes

Hello Anil, An excellent explanation by Mr. ACT ! Yes, you should aim not only to be a good Training Coordinator but gradually a Trainer also. All the best. Best Regards, Vaishalee Parkhi
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