1. Understanding situations
The training officer has to understand the company as a complete living entity.
2. Working with and through people
A training officer has work alongside a large variety of people from the company chairman to the doorman.
3. Analysis and Design
The training officer has to analyse the current and future situations to identify training needs and then design programs to fulfil the need assessed.
Administration ranges from briefing the concerned faculty member to the detailed arrangements that are to be made for arranging and conducting a training program.
5. Management of learning
It is concerned with the details in the training sessions.
6. Creation of learning materials and aids
Training officers need to have the skills to create training notes and aids.
Pepper, Alan D., Managing the Training and Development Function, 2nd Ed, Gower, 1992.