Training Officer Salary (Hong Kong)
The average pay for a Training Officer is HK$205,648 per year.
|Salary||HK$151,100 - HK$273,348|
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|HK$151,100 - HK$301,816|
Job Description for Training Officer
Training officers have a wide variety of duties related to providing education to employees of a company. They are generally responsible for training all new employees, as well as conducting annual training for existing employees if that is required by their company. A training officer must have an in-depth knowledge of all company guidelines, ensure all training is performed consistently, and help create an environment that is conducive to good learning. They also need to analyze training needs related to current employee performance and their company's needs.Read More...
Typical employers of a training officer include banks, insurance companies, hospitals, and many others. Training officers may also be self employed, although this is rare. Opportunities for advancement vary for each organization and partially depend on the size of the organization. These employees generally work during regular business hours, although occasional flexibility is needed - for example, if there are employees who are on the swing shifts that need training. This is an indoor job, typically in an office setting, and normally has minimal physical requirements. Travel is typically unusual, but the training officer may be required to attend occasional off-site meetings.
Most employers require a bachelor's degree in the company's specific field. Good verbal and written communication skills are essential, as are leadership and management skills. (Copyright 2018 PayScale.com)
Training Officer Tasks
- Conduct day to day training activities.
- Maintain and monitor detailed training records.
- Assist in the development of training goals and objectives.