What can I earn as… a training manager in Yorkshire?

Also known as…


Learning and development manager and training and development manager. These job titles are particularly common within the public sector. On the whole, the roles will be very similar.


What is involved…


The size of the employer and the nature of the business will dictate how varied the role is and your level of responsibility. Essentially though, you will be responsible for the co-ordination of the organisation’s training, including the development, management and delivery of all staff training needs.


What you need to succeed…


At least three years’ training and development experience is normally essential, as are impeccable communication and interpersonal skills. If you have worked in an HR department previously it will be to your advantage, but this is not always necessary.


Prospects are…


Very good. Once you have gained the necessary experience, there should be opportunities to move into senior management positions – not just within training, but also within a more varied, generic HR capacity. For those of you who are looking to gain employment outside an office environment in the future, you may well be able to become a training lecturer, or even move into the more lucrative field of consultancy work.


By Hays Human Resources


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