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Personal Development


I have been involved in training since i was 18 but never thought of it as my career. I am now 22 and have been a training officer with alot for responsibility for just over a year.

I am eager to get some recognised qualifications under my belt so that i can develop my training skills and progress within the training world.


I work monday to friday, 9-5pm so would need online tutoring or evening weekend classes.

Please Help. I look forward to speaking with you and learning from your vast experience.
Oliver Beck

4 Responses

  1. Check out CIPD
    Hi Oliver

    Check out the CIPD. They have various qualification routes so you should be able to find soemthing to suit you

    Good luck!


  2. Personal Development
    Hi Oliver

    What line of training & development are you involved with e.g. management consultancy, short course delivery, NVQs, academic or vocational based?

    As mentioned by Sue below, CIPD would be a great start. Look at the suit of learning & development qualifications and choose the appropriate level and units that best represent your role. Remember to look to your future too, where you wish to be rather than where you presently are. If you select an NVQ to follow ensure you include the A1 & A2 units which will help with vocational qualifications.

    This link will take you to the L&D page of CIPD

    Alternatively, contact your local college and see what evening courses are available which you may be able to attend outside of working hours. I think an NVQ would be ideal for you; you could achieve this while carrying out your daily functions in the workplace. Colleges can offer support in this area as can local work-base learning providers; for details of these contact the local Learning Skills Council (LSC).

    If you want further information drop me an email.

    All the best.

  3. Personal development for trainer
    Hi Oliver – just seen this post & have replied to your second requiring Very low cost & out of work time development.


  4. City & Guilds
    City & Guilds do a short course called Introduction to Teaching Adults. I think it was 3hrs a week (plus homework of course) and took 3 months to do. The course number is 7302 and its run by most local colleges. It only cost me about £100 I think. The course is Level 3, whatever that means!


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