Training Administrators execute all levels of training support activities, leaving no stone unturned in the run up to events. Starting off with booking training venues, ordering or preparing training materials, notifying delegates of their attendance, arranging travel or accommodation, maintaining training records, monitoring course feedback etc.
Training Administrators are frequently the first port of call for any training enquiries within their organisation and liaise frequently with HR officers, trainers and line managers to ensure that training requirements of individuals are met.
What must the Trainee Administrator cover?
Participate in creating and implementing training programs
Maintain training records (e.g. trainee lists, schedules, attendance sheets)
Book classrooms and ensure they’re properly set up
Prepare and disseminate material (e.g. instructional notes, feedback forms)
Act as a point-of-contact for vendors and participants
Handle accounts receivable and ensure invoices are paid
Resolve issues as they arise onsite
Submit reports on training activities and results
Recommend improvements or new programs
Ensure employees and vendors follow established policies
A Training Administrator earns an average salary of £18,000 per year. Contact our HR team for more details and this career opportunity.
Contact the HR Division Team
Email the HR Division at email@example.com.