How do I get hired as an associate trainer?

How do I get work as an associate facilitator
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Gain exposure first

Many facilitators have their own direct training clients but they also work on behalf of other larger training companies as a member of their training faculty.

That’s why working as an associate trainer is an effective way to gain exposure to the kinds of training projects which help to develop your skillset and track-record.

One of our listeners submitted a great question to us. How do I get work as an associate trainer? In today’s episode, we’re going to answer that for you. Check it out now!

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The truth is that training companies are always looking for quality facilitators like you…

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Learn before you leap

You might  be a teacher or a corporate employee or a consultant who is considering ‘jumping’ into the training business. That’s encouraging to hear.

There is no shortage of training and facilitation companies that need an associate like you to deliver great learning. By working as part of their trainer faculty, you’ll learn so much.

So it’s also going to give you the confidence to start your own training & coaching business by first learning how others run theirs!

Take-aways you don’t want to miss

  • What an associate trainer is and why training companies need them
  • Which are the 4 reasons you would want to work as an associate trainer
  • How to make a good impression in the ‘training bootcamp’
  • What do training companies look for in prospective freelance trainers?
  • How to stand out from other professional trainer applicants
  • Why you need to keep on selling yourself even when you have been hired

Some helpful resources for you

findcourses– Site listing courses and training providers in the USA
findcourses– Site listing courses and training providers in the United Kingdom
Episode 8– Interview with Karen Winfield who explains what she looks for in trainers
Episode 2– Interview with Pete Starr who is developing his own direct client list
Episode 3– Interview with Bart Brammer who is happy to work as a contract trainer only

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