Dinesh Divekar
Business Mentor, Consultant And Trainer
Pradheep.soorianarayanan
Assistant Manager

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I have over 7 years of experience in Instructional designing, Elearning domain. I am currently working as Assistant Manager, curriculum design. I would like to switch to L&D to broaden my oppportunities. How should I plan my career to achieve this? I am planning on getting certified in Instructional design and Certified L&D Manager from CAMI(Carlton Advanced Management Institute). Will these certifications help me. Are they of any value?
From India, Bangalore
Dear Pradheep,
You may acquire certificate from the institute of your choice but one thing is sure that in the Indian market, hardly there are case studies of ROI on Training. Certificates may lend weight to your CV but there is no guarantee that it will fetch you a good job. Try searching for a job in Training Department. Possibly you may get one even without a certificate.
You may go through following link. It is my reply to the past post.
https://www.citehr.com/523786-traini...ml#post2222367
In the above link, you will get further several links. These are my replies to the past posts. If you read these patiently, these will enhance your awareness about the employee training.
Thanks,
Dinesh Divekar

From India, Bangalore
Hi Pradheep,
If you have good understanding of Instructional Designing then I fail to understand why do you want to go for certification in it?
If you think you are good in facilitation, then you can directly search for a job in TnD. A certification from CAMI would be a good idea if you think there are aspects about facilitation you are not aware of.
You may read this link for more information:
Career As a Trainer | Behavioral Skills & Instructional Design Training, New Delhi
All the best!

From India, Delhi
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