Interview Skills Guide
Who will certify you and who has certified that person or company to certify anyone ?
There is '0' value for these so called certifications. Its waste to money time and energy. There is no value of these certificate providers in any industry. Its just an individual's mind set who feel satisfied by having a printed piece of paper called as Certificate.
Do not fall trap in these.
26th April 2016 From India, Delhi
It is a good value add, as per the feedback of some of the participants I know who have attended it.
Certifications do help to upgrade your knowledge and skills but there is no guarantee that they will help you to fetch a job.
Training is a skill based industry and most of the employers who will hire you will ask for a round where you need to give a demo of your facilitation skills. So, go ahead with the certification and side by side upgrade your knowledge and skills. See if you can gain some training experience in some NGO or other organization that you can show case in your profile.
For more information you may read:
Career As a Trainer | Soft Skills and Behavioral Skills Training - Atul Sharma, New Delhi
All the best!
27th April 2016 From India, Delhi
You can start inquire about different certifications offered by companies and keep on doing trainings initially, slow you go for certification once you believe its right time.
All the best.
28th April 2016 From India, Delhi
Took a certification (Master Trainer) from the leading american company and I am unable to implement it in IT, ITES companies in India etc., the companies hiring you should know the value.
However, a certification might add value if you fall into the right company.
Moreover, the person or company certifying you should give you correct L&D inputs and implementation methods.
28th April 2016 From India, Madras