Training Specialist Resume
Training specialist resume is written to apply for post of a trainer whose job is to train the new and old employees of a company and ensure that they are up-to-date with company policies, work ethics and new skills. It is equally important to train the old employees too, as with time, the old skills and practices may become obsolete; such a condition is best avoided at all costs.
In today's dynamically fast world, all the companies, big or small , have realized one thing- the key to success is 'well-trained HR'. For this very purpose, they either employ in-house trainers working in the company itself, or hire the expertise of specialized trainers from outside the company. These trainers prepare the training syllabus, conduct training programs and evaluation tests. The focus of such training programs is to increase the employee efficiency, hone up their skills and make them competent enough to face new challenges of the dynamic business world.
Following is a training specialist resume for your reference.
31 Bender St.
Bellmore, NY 11710
To help a company achieve greater profit by the way of optimally training its most important asset- the HR.
- 5 years of experience in conducting and monitoring training programs
- Specializing in IT training- software testing and testing platforms
- Expertise in training program budgeting and producing training content
- Recipient of Best Trainer award at Noll IT Awards, 2009
- Up-to-date with the new trends and business models in IT
- Hands-on experience in training
- Ability to strategize and direct training programs
- Ability of identifying potential employees
- Excellent communications skills
- Excellent in coding and debugging
- Excellent in analytics
- Speak English and French
- Internet savvy
- Zenith Technologies
Training and Development Specialist (2007 till Present)
- Training specialist for regular training and skills augmentation of existing employees
- Conducting training programs for new recruits
- Supervising the trainer staff of four men
- Prepared training modules and allocated fixed budgeting for each such program for management's review
- Department of Homeland Security
Training and Development Analyst (2006-2007)
- Worked on contract basis for one year
- Trained the officials with new surveillance methods and GPS systems upgradation.
- Conducted modules on surveillance ethics and privacy rights
- Evaluating the employees according to their performance in training surveillance operations.
- Planning and scheduling of training programs
- Masters in Software Engineering, University of Pennsylvania, 2003-'05
- Bachelor in Business Administration, University of Pennsylvania, 2001-'03
Other Courses Undertaken
- Diploma in IT Systems and surveillance, 2005
- Secured SV-G pay band due to my one year of experience with the Department of Homeland Security (2006-2007)
- Made and presented a high-level surveillance gear at the IT Expo, 2005 which got noticed by the government officials at the Homeland Security office.
- Recipient of Best Trainer award at Noll IT
Be sure to mention everything according to separate headings. It is advised not to exceed more than five-bullet points under one heading. Though it is not a hard and fast rule, you can add more bullet points when there is more of the important information to be shared. Mention your work experience and education background in a reverse chronological order, i.e., from the latest one to the previous ones.
You can add a heading 'Affiliation' after the 'Achievements' section, if applicable. Here you mention about any organization or societies that you might be related to and contributing constructively in their working. These should be profession related, otherwise it is not necessary to include in the resume.
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