Training job descriptions

23 Dec

Key tasks of training officer


  1. Backup, check training materials periodically.


  1. Manage the training records of the company.


  1. Assist in conducting employee skill evaluations.

Support and implement the system of performance appraisal.


  1. Ensure training programs are aligned with company programs.


  1. Other work to fulfill training program.


  1. Search training suppliers, signed a contract with the partners at the company.


  1. Contact trainer and line managers to determine the location, time, facilities and training.


  1. Make training list for employees to sign, take back training documents.


  1. Contact with line managers / supervisors to build up schedule for training materials.


  1. Manage training materials stipulated by regulations.


  1. Photo, distribution, management of training materials as regulation of procedures to control documents.


  1. Making training program and send to training manager of  approval and sent to all departments concerned.


  1. Directly or authorization for junior training staff to organize and monitor the training.


  1. Organize the training include: review the list of participants, distribution of materials and training, monitor trainee in training, support trainer in training.


III / Job specification of training officer


  1. University degree in Human Management.


  1. Ability to demonstrate practical knowledge and application of HR, training and development requirements is critical for success in this role.


  1. Ability to handle confidential material will be critical, the successful candidate must be able to demonstrate high levels of trustworthiness and integrity.


  1. Work independently and within team environment.


  1. Strong communication skills – including the ability to fluently translate between English and xxxxxx for training material (written) and delivery (verbal).


  1. Such experience may have been gained via study or preferably through a combination of study and job assignments.


  1. The T&D Officer will interact with senior Managers, therefore, this will require a mature interpersonal style and clear communication.


  1. Computer literate, especially Microsoft Word, PowerPoint, Excel.


  1. Knowledge and ability to use Intranet and Internet tools to support training and development and other HR requirements.


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Posted by on December 23, 2012 in Job Descriptions


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