Do you consider public speaking as one of your strong suits? Are you always up for a challenge? Do you consider yourself as someone who can easily think on their feet? If you said yes, chances are that you flourish in unfamiliar environments, can easily pull a crowd and are innovative.
So why does this matter? If you said yes to the previous question chances are you would thrive as a trainer, and no, we do not mean the fitness kind. Training and development is an untapped oil well in Pakistan, and the fact is not enough members of the youth consider it as a viable option as a career. So the question arises, what is a trainer? A trainer is someone who imparts certain skills to people that are necessary for their work. Trainees can be from the employees of a firm to students of a high school.
One does not need to, however, become a trainer in order to learn their skill sets. The skills that a trainer knows are crucial for any career. Trainers are typically individuals who have great communication skills; they can convey the message at hand effectively and easily to their audience. They are able to plan things in great and excruciating details and if things do end up going slightly off plan, their ability to think on their feet brings things right back on track. These qualities are crucial for any individual wanting to prosper in their field. Other than these assets, they always have a willingness to learn and to listen, and their spontaneity is what makes them thrive in what they do.
So by now, you are intrigued, you want to know more, and at the very least, you want to learn these qualities. Here is where we come in. School of Leadership’s ‘Train The Young Trainer’ workshop focuses on building imperative skills needed in one’s professional world. With expert trainers and facilitators, and a rigorous schedule planned to push you to your limit, School of Leadership promises to bring out the best in you and make you realize your true potential.
Learn more about the program here.