Technical Trainer Job Description Template
We are looking for a practical technical trainer to address our employees' computer training requirements. The technical trainer should elucidate existing skills gaps, formulate appropriate programs, and then assume a hands-on role in training. You should also conduct post-intervention check-ins to establish the utility of your programs.
To be successful as a technical trainer, you should be able to engage individuals who are anxious about or disinterested in their use of computers. A remarkable technical trainer will grasp the importance of self-evaluation in this role.
Technical Trainer Responsibilities:
- Identifying the role of computers in employees' day-to-day work.
- Formulating and distributing skills alignment tests to establish a baseline for each employee.
- Detecting common skills shortages and creating a training plan to address these.
- Preparing requisite manuals and handouts ahead of training sessions.
- Conducting training to promote employees' computer skills.
- Hosting individual consultations to encourage the consolidation of material.
- Recording attendance at and engagement in classes.
- Conducting follow-up assessments to confirm whether employees' computer skills have improved.
- Reporting on the programs' utility and motivating for the purchase of specific resources, if needed.
Technical Trainer Requirements:
- High school diploma or equivalent.
- Qualification in a computer-related training program.
- Certificate in instructional design or equivalent is suggested.
- Experience as a technical trainer, corporate trainer, or similar.
- Driver's license to allow travel to various training sites.
- Top-notch administrative, research, and troubleshooting skills.
- Outstanding analytical, planning, and assessment abilities.
- Ability to host fun and accessible training workshops.
- Knack for detecting and removing barriers to learning.