How to become a Training Manager

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A training manager is someone who talks with the human resources department of an organization, and also is the person who has to keep an eye on the employees and how they work. A training manager is some one who looks after the needs and requirements of employees, looks after their training, supervises their work, and sees to it the employees are completing their work within their deadline. Hr training manager is important in big multinational companies because they work with the other departments. A training manager is important because with new employees constantly joining the organization, with the advancement in technology, and employers trying their best to improve employees' productivity, it all needs something to help keep it together. The main aim of a training manager is to ensure that every employee gives his best for the company and in return gets what they deserve.

To become a training manager, you need to have a bachelor's degree in human resources. A post graduate in human resources can give you great opportunities especially in various multi national companies. Opt for electives like psychology, social science, management and business organization. These classes will allow you to better understand the company you work for. It will help you to understand the mind set of various employees; it will also help you to analyze the caliber of different individuals. This will allow for better decision making in terms of what training to provide employees and the delivery method once you have the job. Having teaching experience will really help you because it helps allow you to get to know how to deal with different types of people. It will also help you to get used to talking in front of a large group of a people.

First you have to select your genre, whether technical or non technical.

If technical, then you should be aware of following things:

 CMMI Level
 Project Management and Software estimation
 Technical (Microsoft, Oracle, Symantec and others)
 Testing (CSTE, CSQA)
 Six Sigma and Process trainings

If non technical then:

Soft Skills
Innovation skill
Team building Skills
Leadership Skills
Outbound Training

As a training manager, you need to have a friendly, affable personality. You should be in constant touch with the employees and build good relationships with the employees so they can talk freely with you. You have to develop effective cheap ways of training the employees so that that money can be used somewhere else. While training employees, you must realize that not everyone has the same way of learning. Some people are more hands on than others and some people you need to watch a lot more and stand right next to them a lot longer than others. This is what comprises of an effective HR training manager.  You can first start off your training manager job as an assistant in your company. This will help you to get acclimatized with the company's working ethics. It will also help you to determine what qualities are required in an employee.

The average salary can be as high as $50,000 annually. Managers of big companies can make as much as $100,000 annually.
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