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I have 10 years Retail Management experience. Within these years, I have developed and implemented many soft skill and customer service training sessions.

I realise now that I have a passion for training and would like to make it my full time career. I would prefer to do this outside of retail, in order to reach as many people as possible.

I have managed to find out about a couple of relevant companies, for example Mast and Brathay.

I would appreciate it, if anyone new of any other relevant companies who would match this area of training, that I could approach.

I could just do with that lucky break.


Richard Ordman

2 Responses

  1. lucky break?
    Perhaps you’ve already had the biggest luck in discovering your passion for training! If you want to move in this direction why not consider how you can increase the chances of getting into this sphere of work. For example, are you qualified in training? If not, why not do a Certificate in Training Practice or a more general CIPD one?This will bring you into contact with lots of other HR people, from which something might come. Being a member of the CIPD would also allow you to attend local branch meeting and hence build a network. Can you get to know local training people in any other way? e.g. Chamber of Commerce? Explore the Web, redo your CV, re-appraise your value to a future employer. Can you help other trainers run their courses? Can you work in Training for a pittance for a while (just to get in there)
    So, there are a few ideas – the harder you work at things like these, the luckier you’ll get!




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