We are looking for an experienced training and development Head to devise our Institutional training strategy, oversee its implementation and assess its outcomes. You will identify training and developmental needs and drive suitable training initiatives that build loyalty to the firm.
Training Head often have backgrounds in business, leadership, human resources, development and education.
Training Head responsibilities include enhancing employees skills, performance, productivity and quality of work.
Identify and assess future and current training needs through job analysis, career paths.
Draw an overall or individualized training and development plan that addresses needs and expectations
Deploy a wide variety of training methods
Conduct effective induction and orientation sessions
Monitor and evaluate training programs effectiveness, success and ROI periodically and report on them
Manage training budget
Provide opportunities for ongoing training programms
Resolve any specific problems and tailor training programs as necessary
Maintain a keen understanding of training trends, developments and best practices
Proven work experience as a training Head
Track record in designing and executing successful training programs
Familiarity with traditional and modern training methods (mentoring, coaching, on-the-job or in classroom training, e-learning, workshops, simulations etc)
Excellent communication and leadership skills
Ability to plan, multi-task and manage time effectively
Strong writing and record keeping ability for reports and training manuals Good computer and database skills
Salary: Not Disclosed by Recruiter
Industry: Education / Teaching / Training
Functional Area: Teaching, Education, Training, Counselling
Role Category: Teachers
Role: Head Teacher / Head Mistress / Head Master
Desired Candidate Profile
UG: Any Graduate - Any Specialization
PG: Any Postgraduate - Any Specialization
With globalization around and job potential reducing, unemployment is one of the major problems in India. On the other hand there is huge untapped potential for solar energy utilization at all levels. Recently Govt. of India announced its ambitious plan of development of 100 GW solar power by 2022. With almost 5 fold increase in its previous target, now, Govt. is targeting massive capacity addition within next few years. However, this target can only be met only if India has "skilled workforce". As per recent estimates India may need as much as 10,00,000 skilled people in near future. Considering such a huge requirement of â€˜skilled manpowerâ€™ Ministry of Skill Development, Ministry of New & Renewable Energy and Solar Energy Corporation of India have designed various kinds of skill-development courses to develop skilled manpower necessary for successfully achieving the goal.
Contact Company:2E Knowledge Ventures Private Limited