Training Consultant Salary in Arkansas - State Average

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Average Salary for Training Consultant in Arkansas - State Average

The average salary of a(n) Training Consultant in Arkansas - State Average is $63,050.

The average hourly rate of a(n) Training Consultant in Arkansas - State Average is $30.31.

The average bonus of a(n) Training Consultant in Arkansas - State Average is $2,371.00.

Job Description:

Consults with client prior to designing, developing, implementing, and maintaining client training materials and programs in both classroom and Web-based environments as requested. Communicates with client management to conduct needs evaluation, and complies with instructional design and methodology standards in the design and development of effective curriculum and other training materials which meet, support, and incorporate the client's business needs, principles, objectives, strategies, and policies. Directs analysis of and evaluates client's existing training and educational programs, and provides feedback on ways to enhance or replace existing programs. Assists in modifying, revising, and updating the content of existing training programs. Collaborates with functional experts to develop programs that achieve the defined learning and business objectives. Creates graphics, visuals, and audio content to support content delivery. Trains client instructors or delivers instructor-led classroom sessions to client users. Directs the implementation of policies and procedures related to various training and educational programs for the employees of an organization. Monitors and evaluates the effectiveness of curriculum by deploying measurement and feedback tools that track outcomes and ensure alignment to business objectives. Creates reports including management summaries and status reports on various training or client issues or initiatives. Maintains product knowledge, industry knowledge, and familiarity with client's internal processes. Less

Consults with client prior to designing, developing, implementing, and maintaining client training materials and programs in both classroom and Web-based environments as requested. Communicates with client management to conduct needs evaluation, and complies with instructional design and methodology standards in... More

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