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By daddyspimpin ·
HOW WOULD I GO ABOUT GETTING TRAINING TO BECOME A TECHNICAL TRAINER... IF YOU COULD GET ME STARTED IT WILL BE GREATLY APREACITED

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by johnsoda In reply to GETTING TRAINING

May I suggest that you contact your local college or university? I am presently enrolled at Old Dominion in the Training Specialist program. This type of program is one good place to start. There are also several good "Train-the-Trainer" websites you might want investigate. Start here if you need a jumping-off point into the professional world of trainers. For on-line information try ASTD's http://www.learningcircuits.org. It has a lot of helpful information for new instructors and others.

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by nate In reply to GETTING TRAINING

Have you tried www.microsoft.com/trainingandservices/

This is an excellent starting point towards certification.

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by Luds In reply to GETTING TRAINING

In addition to the above mentioned points I suggest you check out some of the non-profit organisations in your area and see if they'd be interested in you giving courses in computer basics (how to use a computer / how to use the internet / how to fix a computer (perhaps). This will give you some practice, which I personally find very important, as teaching tech-skills sometimes requires a slightly different approach then training other skills.

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by johnston.ag In reply to GETTING TRAINING

As you do not state where in the world you live I would reccomend a distance learning course.
www.electratech.net do an excellent one on CD-ROM for only ?30 plus P&P and ver good value too.

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