A Project Manager, Training & Development earns an average salary of AU$96,196 per year. People in this job generally don't have more than 20 years' experience. For the first five to ten years in this position, pay increases steeply, but any additional experience does not have a big effect on pay.
|Salary||AU$65,324 - AU$153,886|
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|AU$65,673 - AU$157,812|
Job Description for Project Manager, Training & Development
Project managers for training and development are responsible for managing projects that relate to training and development for individuals in their organization. They are in charge of developing effective training programs that increase development efforts and overall company productivity. One of the manager's main functions includes creating training initiatives that will motivate staff. They also participate in meetings to recommend processes changes, plan team activities, and review teams' experiences with projects. Project managers for training and development generally report their progress to the training and development supervisor in their department.Read More...
Project managers for training and development use a personal computer to communicate with other managers and professionals. They assist with the planning and implementation of development programs, implement new techniques to increase employee satisfaction, and define projects' budget and scope. Project managers for training and development conduct internal review meetings to verify project advancement. They track project costs, ensure deliverables are on time, and maintain project documentation for future reference.
This position generally requires at least a bachelor's degree in business, human resources, psychology, or a related field. In addition, previous experience in a relevant position - including in management - is required. Industry and leadership certifications may be preferred. Project managers for training and development must possess strong interpersonal skills to communicate with a variety of colleagues. (Copyright 2018 PayScale.com)
Project Manager, Training & Development Tasks
- Monitor, evaluate and record training activities and program effectiveness.
- Develop and implement training and development plans to assist in achieving company goals, including new hire orientations, staff development and manager training.
- Analyze and assess project status, achievement of goals and revise if needed.
- Plan and monitor budget allocation, invoicing, and outsourcing fees.
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