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When waiting for training opportunities, is there anywhere else to look or advertise in order to maximise your possibilities.
Linda Press

8 Responses

  1. Training opportunities
    Hi Linda,
    Signing up to training websites is a good start. Have a look at http://www.trainerbase.co.uk where for a small fee you can list your details and search new tender opportunities. I always make sure that I check both TrainerBase and Training Zone each day. Also have a look at http://www.UKHRD.com which has a daily email forum.
    Good luck,
    Debbie

  2. Training Opportunities
    Hi Linda,

    I agree with Debbie. Trainerbase is an excellent site and one from which I have gained work.
    Another site which is about to launch is
    http://www.solutions-i.com. I suggest taht you contact Paul Fay to pre-register at.
    [email protected]. I have also obtained worked through Paul.

    Good luck.

    Mike

  3. Opportunities
    Hi Linda,
    As Mike suggested (Thanks Mike) we provide a similar service to TrainerBase. I would be happy to add you to our members base in the hope of passing you some opportunities.
    Regards
    Paul

  4. Try CareerZone and tenders
    Hi Linda
    Keep a regular eye on the TrainingZONE tenders area, and Careerzone for regular temporary and permanent opportunities. You may also want to boost your profile by listing yourself in our directories and Who’s Who section.
    Kind regards
    Claire Savage
    Editor, TrainingZONE

  5. There are lots out there
    Hi Linda,

    It takes a while, but searching through the IT Training Companies on Internet – and looking at their vacancies is one solution. Most of the Internet Job Search Companies have a section for Trainers, it is advisable to become registered and have several alternative CVs and cover letters uploaded on these sites and then sign up for their jobs notification e-mails, although a word of warning here – even though you can create a job specific search the e-mails often tend to send totally irrelevant notifications and you cannot rely on them. Best to check in on the site from time-to-time, otherwise you could miss the job your are looking for. Most of them will allow you the option for Contract or Permanent, long term, short term etc.

  6. Training jobs
    No one has mentioned Jobserve.com have an excellent free daily email service create a filter saying Trainer Contract or permanenet (or neither for both) and a prferred area and several jobs a day will appear modify your filter if you get inappropriate ones. BookaTrainer.co.uk allows you to put up your skills and rates – recommend contact them direct first they’re nice people

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