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Based on 260 responses, the job of Training Director has received a job satisfaction rating of 4.24 out of 5. On average, Training Directors are highly satisfied with their job.
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Q: What is it like working as a Training Director?

January 2019
"Great experience and I love working here."
Training Director in Johannesburg:
Pros: Making a difference in people's lives especially the youth
February 2015
Training Director:
Pros: Building relationships. Setting goals with individuals and coaching in the efforts of achieving them. Teaching and training for available positions. Evaluating and giving the proper resources in developing employees.
Cons: I feel like I do not get paid enough. I often get pulled into other responsibilities that are not within my job description. No benefits (health plans etc.) Hours. Stress level.
May 2019
"Promoted and underpaid."
Training Director in Bethesda:
Pros: The freedom to create new processes and steer my own ship.
Cons: The disorganization of so many of my colleagues.
May 2019
"Best Place to Work for as IT Leader."
Training Director in Los Angeles:
Pros: Cohesive and strong leadership. Leadership incorporates the mission, vision, and values.
Cons: Commute, inability to work more dayes remotely.
May 2019
"Helping People Move Ahead."
Training Director in Conway:
Pros: Giving people the tools to do their jobs
Cons: Not as much direct teaching as before
July 2019
"Busy with no certain time frame. Travelling a lot."
Training Director in Indianapolis:
Pros: The design and development part and training in class
Cons: Travelling schedule
September 2019
"Small town living at its best."
Training Director in Montrose:
Pros: being close to family and mountains
Cons: expensive to travel