THE INCORPORATE TRAINER ROLE
WHAT DOES THE JOB LOOK LIKE?
A full-time InCorporate Trainer (40 hours) is expected to have at least 30 contact hours with their client. These 30 hours are a combination of:
- group training
- one-to-one training
- on-the-job support (providing support with emails, presentations, etc.)
In addition to the contact hours, the trainers are responsible for:
- building training plans and training material
- creating feedback for the training, support and shadowing that they have performed
- administrating their programs (invite participants, track progress)
WORKING FOR TARGET TRAINING
We typically have a number of trainers in one location. Each team of InCorporate Trainers is managed by a Target Training Program Manager who is responsible for the training program and liaising with the client. You’ll have access to Target’s online systems and our support staff can help you find answers to all the questions you have.
Our clients are large multi-nationals. We typically have a number of trainers in one location. The client offices are friendly, welcoming and professional. The sites that we work in are all in good locations – in or near large cities with good infrastructure and great transport connections. Most of our clients are based in or around:
- Mülheim an der Ruhr
- Lohr am Main
LIVING AND WORKING IN GERMANY
Germany is a great place to work and live. Of course, life outside the office is easier once you speak some German. This is a great opportunity to learn a new language and to immerse yourself in all things German. Germans enjoy the outdoors and make full use of the long daylight hours in summer and the great winter sport opportunities in winter. Of course, if sport is not your thing, there is always the beer.