You look after the new employees, hiring and training the newest members of the workforce, as well as caring for their everyday needs.
- Set up, deliver and manage a rolling programme of training for all staff
- Identify staff training needs through the organisation's appraisal system, and by reference to the business plan
- Liaison with heads of department to deliver their staff training needs
- Act as centre contact with the awarding body, responsible for registering candidates for national qualifications, arranging assessment and verification, and obtaining certificates for successful individuals
- Working with managers to plan future staff needs and requirements
- Setting up an induction programmes for new staff
- Experience in delivering customer care training
- Ability to work under pressure
- Confidence in presenting and delivering training
- Time management
- High standard of personal presentation
- Ability to inspire individuals to want to continue to develop in their career
Qualifications and Training
There is no standard qualifications needed but employers will expect you to have, or be working towards your qualification in human resource management, for example, those offered by the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development (CIPD).
A Training Officer earns between £20,000 and £26,000 a year.
Salary rates vary depending upon your experience, as well as the company. These figures are only intended as a guide.*
The bonus bits…
If you enjoy working with people than this is the position for you!
Plenty of opportunities to work your way up the ladder to a managerial position with a handsome pay packet
*Figures from caterer.com December 2015