A Training Officer generally assists the senior training staff in an organization for development, presentation, implementation and maintenance of effective and high quality training courses and materials for building staff knowledge and increasing their capability to perform better, supporting company’s strategic objectives.

They are required to work directly with stakeholders, hence should possess well developed communication and persuasion skills. Refer to the following sample for help in making your Training Officer resume.


Training Officer Resume Sample


Chris Mitchell

56 LY Road North Ryde | Sydney, NSW, 2001 | (02) 6543 3001 | email

OBJECTIVE: Seeking a Training Officer position at XYZ Company.

• CERT IV in Training Assessment and Education
• Proven Ability to manage multi-disciplinary learning / development functions in large and complex organizations
• Demonstrated ability to build and sustain positive relationships with team members/clients
• Extensive experience in managing training budgets/cost and training plans
• Ability to clearly articulate and communicate well in verbal and written forms
• Knowledge of Vocational and Technical Training components
• Proven ability to train, coach and support less experienced team members

• Energetic and driven towards achieving goals
• Demonstrated ability to remain positive and respond to pressure calmly
• Able to prioritize tasks with time and quality
• Track record of working independently with limited supervision
• Deep understanding of Australian standards, funding, competency-based training models

• Trained CROs effectively increasing 40% QT&T clientele
• Developed Training modules that are still being used by NT Government

10/2009 — 10/2012
Queensland Treasury & Trade
Training Officer
• Assisted in coordination, maintain ace and improvement of training courses relating to:
– Administered legislation, case law and legal concepts
– Office of State Revenue business systems
– General workplace skills development
• Liaised with the organisation in identification of training requirements
• Supported managers and supervisors in providing on-the-job training to their staff
• Prepared annual training plan and managed its implementation & budget
• contribute to building a positive, participative and supportive learning culture

6/2007 — 8/2009
NT Government –Darwin, NT
Staff Development and Training Officer
• Developed and implemented training programs for various departments
• Provided quality training and support to Motor Vehicle Registry staff
• Worked as a leader of the training and development team giving direction & ensuring
• Assisted in the development of employee specified skills, coordination of teams, facilitation and evaluation of internal & external training provisions

Australian Graduate School of Management – Randwick, NSW | 2007
Masters in Human Resource
• Majors: Employee Training & development
• Several practical training activities with corporate organizations
• GPA: 3.5

Australian Graduate School of Management – Randwick, NSW | 2004
Bachelors in Business Administration
• Majors: Human Resources