In this career, your responsibilities may include:
- Analyzing the training needs of an organization and developing technical training courses and materials suitable for staff at all levels of skill and knowledge.
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Typically requires a bachelor’s degree. Obtaining a master’s degree would make you eligible for careers with greater responsibility and higher salaries in this pathway, if you do not already have the U.S. equivalent of a master’s degree.
Certifications are not required, but could make employers more likely to hire you or offer you a higher salary.
You may be eligible for the Certified Developer of Training (CDT) or Certified Facilitator of Training (CFT) credentials from the International Society for Performance Improvement (ISPI) if you have 1.5-3 years of related work experience.
Licensure is not required to work as a Technical Trainer.