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Training Consultant

  • Job added:   30 September 2014
  • Salary :   £42,500 per annum (starting salary), plus car
  • Location :   Homebased covering the South
  • Job Type :   Permanent

Based on a track record delivering a high return on investment for its client partners, rts has built a large team of respected business consultants, trainers/assessors and project managers, designing and delivering solutions for Automotive clients across UK, European and Global markets.
 
We are looking for a skilled and effective Training Consultant with a proven track record in the Automotive Sector. The role is based in the South and South West of England covering a large area and requires extensive travel.
 
  The focus of this role is to:
•         Deliver professional and creative training events in line with our client's needs and rtsquality standards.
•         Carry out ongoing programme of Training Need Analysis to assess audience development needs and achieve target of 85% penetration
•         Build strong relationships and assist dealers with training and development planning.
•         To coordinate and promote the generation of course bookings for designated region in order to achieve our client's course utilisation targets
•         To deliver in-dealer training and coaching with sales consultants, service advisors and managers.
•         Achieve targets for feedback on learning and development events.
•         Achieve utilisation targets.
•         Maintain all training records and reporting information to the required standard


Our head office is in Chippenham, Wiltshire; however this role is homebased covering the South.
 
Please send your CV and a cover letter outlining relevant experience by 6th October.  We will be holding an Assessment Centre at the end of the month.
 

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