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Larkin Contractors

Technical Trainer



Job Description
Duties and responsibilities Develop, design, write, and deliver training curricula and materials for classroom, web-based, or blended presentations to employees and external customers to develop job, leadership, personal and team building skills, and grow knowledge of corporate programs, policies, and procedures Monitor industry, legislative and other regulatory activity to identify training needs to ensure employees and agents maintain the knowledge and skills required to comply with regulator continuing education requirements Provide consulting and facilitation services to organizational leaders for process and workforce improvement issues Evaluate training needs to support the development of learning objectives; collaborate with managers and subject matter experts on the learning objectives, content, and delivery of proposed courses Coach staff acting as course developers, presenters, and trainers to develop training design and delivery skills Support the development of short- and long-term training initiatives to support organization’s mission Research, evaluate, and recommend external training programs, courses, materials, and instructors to ensure training and development needs are met Requirements Recommended qualifications One or more years experience assessing training needs and developing, delivering, and evaluating training curricula in a corporate training environment Appropriate degree and/or related field and completion of Training and Development course work Other combinations of education and experience that demonstrate the knowledge, skills, and abilities required to perform the job also will be considered








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