Not only is the trainer's role changing, but so are the people doing the training. Line managers, coaches and other facilitators are now involved, just as much as people with the title of training manager. How do you measure the skills and abilities of both the full-time and the occasional trainer? The answer is Trainer Assessment, which provides a framework for assessing trainer effectiveness, along with the tools and techniques that you can use. There is a continuous focus on the effectiveness of training in most organizations; this book looks at the role and influence of every trainer in that process.
As a Route Trainer you will advise our Stakeholders, partners and retail representatives on how to sell the company’s products, services and solutions. You will have a key position to transmit the company messages to the retail. Primary focus on raising up acceptance of our Products in the most important stores in your Area. and raise up demonstration capabilities level within these store. • Deliver training o You provide product training combined with consultative selling to retail representatives. Training is mainly conducted in an in-store environment either to small teams or even more so on a one-to-one setting. During these sessions, you teach/train retail reps how they can use products knowledge to help the client find the solution which suits his needs. o You make your training sessions interesting and appealing by sharing relevant experiences and examples. And demonstrating key features. o You provide exercises and activities to allow the retail reps to develop their skills and to apply their knowledge o You share your vast knowledge of our solutions with promoters during events promoting the company’s products, services & solutions o you engage sales reps to participate in our E-learning activities and keep connected to all e-Platfoms. o Support on training Events, classroom activities and Virtual sessions. • Represent the company during your assignments o You embody the company values and the trainer mindset in everything you do. o You comply with the company guidelines and values and act as a brand Ambassador in everything you do. • Perform administrative tasks oYou maintain and submit training documents/reports and trackers. oYou keep control of your calendar in a proactive way oYou analyze the training needs of your audiences and share your observations with your Training manager/team.
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