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Hi All,

New to this site and was well directed by a nice gentleman/AVP who interviewed me for a Manager position in training.

Well before I post my questions/ doubts- I must share a bit about myself so that I dont come across arrogant. I have been training for the last 5 years and my last job was as a Manager training. Whatever I learnt was through application however had no/ minimal grooming for the next position. At this point in time I am struggling with a few things/ questions and need a push in the right direction. I am a grad and not an MBA... I am facinated with the world of training and therefore i am a self-read/groomed trainer and it was worked brilliantly for me. But now I am stuck with the following things:

-Do I necessarily need to be an MBA to go to the next level?

- I am interested in OD and learning about develping or re-designing training architecture. What is the safest way to learn that.... I have and am reading books... But sometimes feel lost

- I am well aware of how a training program is designed and the adult learning theories, however am not sure what is the latest buzz in the training/Hr Od world today.

So I am looking forward to someone giving me the push in the right direction and I thank you all for ur time :)




There is an 18-months part-time "Diploma course in Training and Development" being conducted by Indian Society for Training & Development which has its office in Qutab Institutional Area, New Delhi.

I don't know the market value of it, but to my knowledge, that is the only course which is fully devoted to Training and Development. Further, it being a part-time course, would not affect your employability.

Other Learned Members of this Forum may comment on the market value of the course or suggest something better, if they know.

Further, you being a self-groomed trainer, I would advise you to make effective presentations on topics in vogue. Start making presentations in your own organisation and thereafter in other organisations using your network. Establish yourself as a trainer and make a name for yourself. It might be a li'l inflated example but if you take it in the right sense, none ventured to ask Dhirubhai Ambani his educational qualification after he became a name. Become a brand. You can, because of the hardcore grass-root level experience you have in the field of training.

The above are my suggestions.



Hi Bijoy, Thank you for your suggestions... I have known about the Institutaion here in Delhi, about time i do some research on its course.. Thanks... Looing fwd to some more suggestions.... Rgds
Dear Nimisha,
I think it would be great if you can do an MBA in HR.Experience with qualification as well as aptitude can take you to greater heights.
all the best
Softskill and communication trainer

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