IT Trainers

IT trainers design, deliver and manage information and communications technology (ICT) training courses. They work with clients from different backgrounds and different levels of ability ranging from beginners to advance. Trainers work for colleges, training companies, voluntary groups and on a self-employed basis. They also work in the training and development departments of larger companies and public sector organizations. 

Training generally fall into two categories: desktop software applications – word processing, databases, spreadsheets, internet and email, presentations and desktop publishing; and technical areas, such as programming, web design, networking and PC maintenance. IT trainers usually specialize in one or the other, although it is possible, with sufficient expertise, to cover both fields.

The work varies according to the structure of the employing organization, the client group, whether they are self-employed, and any specialist skills they have. It could involve training a first-time user in computer basics on a one-to-one basis, or training a group of payroll staff in a company's bespoke accounts and payments package.

Typical duties include:

  • assessing clients' training needs and agreeing learning outcomes
  • designing new programs or customizing existing courses to meet those outcomes
  • preparing the learning environment and resources
  • delivering programs to clients
  • evaluating the effectiveness of the training and course outcomes
  • Dealing with administrative records.

IT trainers working for a training and development department of a company or organization will be expected to identify employee skills gaps, and design and deliver programs which help the organization meet its current and future business needs.

What does it take to become an IT Trainer?

To be an IT trainer you should:

  • have an up-to- date knowledge of common IT applications and systems
  • be willing to keep yourself informed of new developments in IT
  • have good oral and written communication skills
  • have good planning, training and presentation skills
  • be confident in delivery to individuals and groups
  • be able to tailor and pace training to client needs and knowledge
  • be organized and punctual
  • have good analytical skills
  • be energetic and able to motivate learners
  • be aware of accessibility issues for disabled users
  • be patient and understand the anxieties of people with little knowledge of computing.

BECOME A TRAINER:

If you have 7-10 years experience in IT  Industry and is considering making supplemental income,working as a part time Trainer, please contact us. Please e mail your resume with details of your specfic experience. We need experienced trainers in the following areas. Please contact  our staffing and technical divsion for further information. Foreign based trainers are encouraged to apply for on line training courses. 

 

ORACLE

 

 

●Oracle 10g/11g

●Oracle Financials – R12

●Oracle Apps Technical

● Oracle Apps DBA

●Siebel CRM

●Oracle SCM

SAP

 

 

●              SAP FI/CO

●              SAP SD

●              SAP MM

●              SAP PP

●              SAP WM

●              SAP ABAP

●              SAP Security

●              SAP Net weaver

●              SAP XI

●              SAP BI

●              SAP HR

●              SAP HR-ABAP

●              SAP SRM

●              SAP BPC

●              SAP EP ADMIN

●              SAP SCM

●              SAP BW

●              SAP Basis

● SAP Business Object

● SAP IS retail

● ABAP HR

● ABAP Workflow

● SAP MDM

● SAP APO

● SAP CRM

● SAP PLM

● SAP SM

JAVA

 

 

●              Core Java

●              Hibernate

●              Advanced Java

●              Struts

                ● Spring

MICROSOFT TECHNOLOGIES

 

 

●              VB.NET

●              WPF

●              C#.NET

●              Silverlight

               ● WCF

DATA WAREHOUSING

 

 

● Datastage

●  Cognos

●  Informatica

●  Hyperion essbase

●  Hyperion Interactive Report

●              MSBI

●              Data stage

●              Micro strategy

●              Teradata

●  AB-Initio

●  Cognos Planning and   Budgeting

●  Cognos TM1

TESTING TOOLS

 

 

●              Manual testing

●              Quality Center

●              QTP

●              Selenium

● Load runner

● Mobile Testing

DATABASES

 

 

●Oracle Forms and         reports

●Oracle DBA

●  SQL Server

●SQL Server Tuning

MIDDLEWARE TECHNOLOGIES

 

 

●              Tibco

●  Web Methods

 

OTHER TECHNOLOGIES

 

 

●              Business Analysis

●              SAS

●              IBM Main Frames

● IPhone Applications

NETWORK/ SYS.ADMINISTRATIONS

 

 

●              MSCE

●              CCNA

 

       ● CCNP

       ● Solaris

● LINUX

● VM Ware

 

 

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