As a recruitment agency specialising in Human Resources, Boost’RH Groupe can help you recruit your future Training Manager.
With our HR sourcing team, we will conduct a precise search for candidates who meet the requirements of the Training Manager‘s job.
Then our HR recruiters will check, during qualification and recruitment interviews, that the candidates’ personal skills match your company’s values.
Finally, good sourcing and careful selection are not enough to ensure employee loyalty. That is why we will check the candidates’ ability to integrate and their pleasure in working for your company. This willingness to integrate must be reciprocal, which is why our coaches will enjoy accompanying your teams.
Because every word has its importance, to make it easier for you to define and write the job of Training Manager, we have prepared the main tasks of a Training Manager.
The training manager (or training project manager, or training officer) is in charge of managing employees’ skills. For companies that want to remain competitive, the responsibilities of the training manager are of great importance. His or her missions, closely linked to those of the HR department, are geared towards improving the know-how of the company’s employees.
The training project manager occupies a strategic position within the company’s human resources department. He/she establishes the employee skills development policy and supports its implementation. To do this, he or she must take account of the company’s overall strategy.
His or her responsibilities mainly concern the support of employees in terms of skills throughout their career within the company. He/she must be able to reconcile the expectations and demands of the employees with those of the company.
He/she is responsible for selecting specialist trainers for employee training, with reference to his/her hierarchy. Through individual interviews, he/she assesses the progress and development objectives of employees.
He/she designs and implements the training plan, a transversal training management tool.
The sense of contact and communication is fundamental. Working closely with employees, the Training Project Manager must have a sense of ethics and discretion.
A natural teacher, he or she must have excellent communication skills, be persuasive and master negotiation. With a good general knowledge, the Training Manager must also have an increased knowledge of law. Mastery of the legislative framework of his or her sector of activity is important, as is a good knowledge of the company’s activities.
As a technician wearing many hats, he or she must be able to manage training projects and the budgets allocated for their implementation.
In many cases, a 5-year degree is the minimum required by companies. In terms of training, the training officers in post have different types of training, either in public education or in business schools.
Degrees with a specialisation in human resources, sociology or psychology, training engineering, social sciences and also law are all likely to lead to the job of training manager.
Finally, it should be noted that this type of position of Training Manager, Training Project Manager or Training Officer is often not accessible directly from school. A professional experience of 2 to 5 years in the human resources sector is generally required. Any experience that includes immersion in the training sector will undoubtedly be a plus compared to other candidates.
The salary of a training project manager varies according to experience and the structure in which he or she works. It ranges from €25k for a beginner to €40k for more experienced profiles.
The Training Manager may move on to other positions in the human resources sector over the years. The position of HR Development Manager is the most natural path.
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