Training Administrator Salary
Training Administrators in the United States take home an average $52K annually. Career duration is the biggest factor affecting pay for this group, followed by geography. The majority of workers are highly satisfied with their job. Most Training Administrators survey respondents are women (72 percent). Most report receiving medical coverage from their employers and a strong majority collect dental insurance. Figures cited in this summary are based on replies to PayScale's salary questionnaire.
Job Description for Training Administrator
Training administrators are a key part of an organization. They work with clients to find and fix workplace issues and opportunities. They make analyses of performances and the wants and needs of the company. They then take that data and create solutions and recommendations for their company. Training administrators also have meetings with their fellow employees to find and address performance issues within the company. They take the feedback they have learned from their fellow employees and translate it into real solutions for their bosses to implement.Read More...
Training administrators also create the rules and procedures that should be followed by the company. They write the handbooks and procedure guides that direct the company's employees in their daily work.They create prototypes and project specifications for new projects, documents that train trainers, and project guides and design templates. They also work with professionals in specific fields to make sure they get everything correct, including the lingo of the field and other specifics. They make sure all current procedures are up to date and correct.
Training administrators also make sure everyone is learning in the best possible way. They find and invent learning solutions that work well and efficiently. They make sure the leaders are learning on their own to pass their wisdom to their subordinates. They ensure that projects are done well and meet all company standards. And finally, they make comments and recommendations on all finished products to help the company do better in the future.
Employers generally prefer that training administrators have a bachelor's degree in a relevant field and pertinent experience. Their work is typically indoors during standard daytime office hours, but overtime and travel are common.
Training Administrator Tasks
- Supervise and direct the flow of trainers, students, and maintenance in the training areas.
- Place special orders, including catering and off-site rentals.
- Inventory and order supplies and training materials.
- Ensure that rooms and facilities are ready for training, including cleanliness and appropriate equipment.
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Popular Skills for Training Administrator
Training Administrators who responded to the survey report just a handful of professional skills. Training and Performance are considered valuable skills and can increase employee pay by 8 percent and 3 percent, respectively. Most people who know Performance also know Training.
Pay by Experience Level for Training Administrator
Median of all compensation (including tips, bonus, and overtime) by years of experience.
Relatively untried employees who have less than five years' experience have a median salary of $46K. Those who have been around for five to 10 years can expect to take home more — $52K on average. For Training Administrators, 10 to 20 years of experience on the job amounts to an average salary of $50K. Average wages for folks with more than 20 years of experience come out to around $59K.