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Training coordinator Jobs in Glasgow

Training coordinator Jobs in Glasgow

Job Overview 

Training coordinators are responsible for scheduling, designing and facilitating training classes as well as creating training manuals and materials to accompany these sessions. 

Skills

You will need to have:

  • •    Strong written and verbal communication skills
  • •    The ability to multitask
  • •    Strong technical skills, including proficiency with Microsoft Office applications 
  • •    Can operate media equipment
  • •    Highly organised
  • •    Strong presentation skills
  • •    Interpersonal 

 

Qualifications 

The minimum education requirement is a foundation degree usually in business, human resources or education, although candidates who possess a bachelor’s degree or higher will have more favourable job prospects.

​The Scottish city of Glasgow is a perfect balance between modern efficiency and beauty, with a blend of rustic and astonishing architecture that still stands today. Glasgow has various art galleries and museums that are unmissable, including the Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum and the award-winning Riverside Museum. Glasgow has a very unique feel about the city, and is a great place to live and work, as it incorporates the Scottish culture into the United Kingdom in a tourist-friendly way.

Glasgow is also easily accessed from the rest of the United Kingdom, with several motorways accessing the city from various directions, including the M8, M74, M77 and M80. There are also many train stations across Glasgow city, making train travel an added ease. If this wasn’t enough, Glasgow International Airport offers tourists and locals alike an easy travel system to further out locations across the world.

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