Apps & games Training team

Apps Training team

Games Training Team

Apps & games Training team

  • Apps & Games Training Team Responsibilities
  • We lead an enterprise software training function , you probably have a learning management system (LMS) to help you run your training business. Whether we run or training business as a profit center, a cost center, or with a cost-recovery model, we have training courses that need to be developed, delivered, and tracked. In fact, it does not matter what the business model is because a business model is unique to the needs
  • Training and development officers help with the ongoing, long-term improvement of employees' skills, enabling them to fulfil their potential within their organization. Increasingly, training and development officers are required to be strategic rather than reactive, assessing the skills and knowledge within an organization and determining what training is needed to grow and retain these skills.
  • The nature of the training and development role is industry-specific, with the level of responsibility and variety of activities dependent on the type and size of organization. However, you'll need to:
  • • identify training and development needs within an organization through job analysis, appraisal schemes and regular consultation with business managers and human resources departments
  • • design and expand training and development programmes based on the needs of the organization and the individual
  • • work in a team to produce programmes that are satisfactory to all relevant parties in an organization, such as line managers, accountants and senior managers at board level
  • • consider the costs of planned programmes and keep within budgets as assessing the return on investment of any training or development programme is becoming increasingly important
  • • develop effective induction programmes
  • • conduct appraisals
  • • devise individual learning plans
  • • produce training materials for in-house courses
  • • manage the delivery of training and development programmes and, in a more senior role, devise a training strategy for the organization
  • • monitor and review the progress of trainees through questionnaires and discussions with managers
  • • ensure that statutory training requirements are met
  • • evaluate training and development programmes
  • • amend and revise programmes as necessary, in order to adapt to changes occurring in the work environment
  • • help line managers and trainers solve specific training problems, either on a one-to-one basis or in groups
  • • keep up to date with developments in training by reading relevant journals, going to meetings and attending relevant courses
  • • have an understanding of e-learning techniques, and where relevant, be involved in the creation and/or delivery of e-learning packages
  • • research new technologies and methodologies in workplace learning and present this research