With skills in training and development, you’ll be in demand by American businesses, which invest more than $30 billion in employee training and organizational development initiatives each year.
This new program prepares you for a growing profession where you’ll understand adult learning theories, instructional design, and organizational culture. You’ll learn how to implement technology across curricula and training in multiple environments, with a blend of theory and technical skills.
You’ll get skills in planning, organizing and directing a variety of training activities, including on-the-job training and in-service programs to develop new skills.
You’ll be eligible for a career in a variety of industry settings, such as corporate trainers in business, industry and administrative services; human resources; customer services; sales and marketing; and health care.
If you’re a specialist in your chosen profession, you can develop training skills to share your expertise in the corporate environment.
With new learning techniques that allow employees to enjoy professional development opportunities that don’t interfere with day-to-day business operations, more companies rely on the skills of experienced corporate training specialists to bolster their bottom lines.
That means they’ll be looking to hire you.