The training curriculum introduces the different types of professional opportunities, listed below, available within organizations. These professional opportunities are great for dozens of skilled categories, including:
- Teachers changing professions
- Underemployed Humanities graduates
- Graphic artists looking for an audience for their skills
- Technology graduates looking for startup opportunities
- MBA grads looking for management projects and leadership opportunities.
An instructional designer is the chief architect of a learning curriculum and the courses within that curriculum.
A learning technologist is an expert in the course creation and delivery technologies for an organization's training operation.
A graphic artist designs course conceptual visuals, PowerPoint templates and online user interfaces.
A media developer creates highly imaginative video-based content for training concepts and building personnel skills.
A training project manager leads the team creating and delivering training, as well as managing budget, scope and timeliness.
There are a number of roles that coordinate onsite delivery of instructor-led training at training centers.