How do I become a corporate trainer?

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I have a bachelor’s degree in business and have worked as both a paralegal and office manager. In both of those jobs I’ve done presentations and gone to bankruptcy hearings where I presented documents and information to bankruptcy trustees. I would really like to become a corporate trainer,but I’m not sure how to go about it. Are there classes I can take?

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You have a few options. The first would be to start going to “Train the Trainer” classes. These classes focus on teaching you the skills you need to not only become a better presenter, but to go from presenter to educator. If you find you really like it, many colleges and universities offer certificate programs, allowing you to take 4-5 Master’s level classes without having to apply for a degree. If you find you’re still really loving it, go for the Master’s. Once you start taking classes, you’ll find ways to incorporate the things you learn into your current job, giving you experience. I listed a few sources for you below. Good luck!

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