Training coordinator responsibilities include:
- Mapping out training plans and schedules, designing and developing training programs (outsourced or in-house) for corporate, HR training and more.
- Choosing appropriate training methods per case (virtual, simulated, mentoring, on the job training, professional development classes, etc.)
- Marketing available training opportunities to employees and providing necessary information
responsibilities of a training coordinator include communicating with managers to identify training needs and mapping out development plans for teams and individuals. You will be responsible for managing, designing, developing, coordinating, and conducting all training programs.
- Map out annual training plans for management, HR, customer support, and more
- Design and develop training programs
- Select appropriate training methods or activities
- Market available training to employees and provide necessary information about sessions
- Conduct organization-wide training needs assessment and identify skills or knowledge gaps that need to be addressed.
- Use known education principles and stay up-to-date on new training methods and techniques
- Design, prepare and order educational aids and materials
- Assess instructional effectiveness and determine the impact or training on employee skills.
- Research and recommend new training methods.
- Work experience as a Training coordinator, Trainer, Training Facilitator, or similar role
- Hands-on experience coordinating multiple training events in a corporate setting
- Extensive knowledge of instructional design theory and implementation
- Adequate knowledge of learning management systems and web delivery tools
- Proven ability to complete full training cycle (assess needs, plan, develop, coordinate, monitor, and evaluate)
- Familiarity with traditional and modern job training methods and techniques
- Experience with e-learning platforms
- MS Office proficiency
Salary: the average salary of a training coordinator in the UK is £15,000/year.