Plz answer…..corporate trainer and management consultant are the same thing?

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which one is better ?
which one is high paid?
can a corporate trainer have his own business (independent)?
how much experiance is required to work independently?
how much salary a corporate manager get?

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Iris the Librarian

Corporate trainers are teachers. Management consultants are advisers. It’s possible the same person would do both jobs (I do) but they are not the same job. When I am a trainer, I’m wearing my Continuing Education Coordinator hat and scheduling (and sometimes teaching) workshops for the librarians I serve. When I’m wearing my Library Consultant hat, I am visiting individual librarians, discussing their problems, and helping them to find solutions. In my case, I combine both roles in one salary and am paid by a non-profit organization.

I’m sure either one can be turned into an independent business. If I were going to try, I’d work a few years with someone already in that line of work to get a feel for “the ropes.” If you were going to become a trainer for time management, for instance, you might start out by working for a business that gave time management workshops.

As for how well it pays? I’m sure it varies. You might go to your library and check the Occupational Outlook Handbook. It is published by the federal government and lists a wide range of jobs. It tells what education is required for the job, what working conditions are like, how well it pays and what the future of that career appears to be. It also lists professional associations for the career so you can write for more information.

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