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Job Description for Training and Development Manager


Only a couple of days to go and I need to get this finished! I am writing, or hoping to write, a job description for someone who will, if successful, become my manager.

I have managed to scope out the main duties and responsibilities, (I think!), and now need to move onto the skill set. I don't want to leave any stone unturned, so if you have any ideas you want to send my way, please do!

Thanks in anticipation,

emily marosi

2 Responses

  1. Have a look at TDLB
    Hi Emily
    I’d have a look at the TDLB standards – the level 4 which is ‘Management of Learning and Development Provision’ would be right for this role. At least you would be sure that most of the core tasks are covered. It’s mostly about putting systems in place to ensure the quality of training provision.
    The standards are administered by ENTO.
    Hope this helps
    Jane Smith


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