Training Resume

JANE JOBHUNTER

1300 Easy Street
Hometown, State 12001
203-222-0000
janeJH@earth.com

Summary of Qualifications

An experienced training professional with demonstrated success in developing, delivering and evaluating corporate training programs. Two years of work with newly developed tools for rapid e-learning development. Special skills in online training for a variety of audiences. Recognized for alignment of training solutions with business goals, management of projects and people, process improvement, needs analysis and training evaluation.

Computer and Training Tool Skills

  • Microsoft Office Suite
  • Macromedia FLASH
  • Articulate
  • SnagIt
  • Adobe Presenter
  • Adobe Captivate
  • Adobe Acrobat
  • Adobe InDesign

Professional Experience

Honey Donuts 2005-2008
Denver, Colorado
Director of Training

Directed designers and web developers in creating e-learning, in-store and classroom-based training for product rollouts

Introduced e-learning as an effective tool for store owner product training, saving thousands of print dollars with each product roll-out.

  • Built and managed a team of designers, many of them novices, who created highly interactive online and face-to-face training at the application level, resulting in a significant increase in store owner satisfaction with product training.
  • Designed and implemented processes to reduce department overtime from an average of six hours/person/week to almost zero hours.
  • Directed implementation of a new tool for online course creation.

By Golly, Inc 2003-2005
Aurora, Colorado
Managing Partner

Provided e-learning and paper-based training solutions to a variety of clients including Company A, Company B and Company C.

  • Working in a virtual environment, created blended learning solutions that helped move a company's clients to an enthusiasm for e-learning.
  • Learned a complex product and created face-to-face sales training materials on this product, delivering within a very short deadline. Recognized for the quality of the training material.
  • Using collaborative software, designed Web-based experiences for practicing and perfecting job skills in the insurance industry, which led to saving the company thousands of dollars in travel expenses.

Fairly Focused Training Center 1998-2003
Boulder, Colorado
Manager of Instructional Design; Director of Program Management

Directed a multi-disciplinary team of 15 that designed and developed more than 400 courses for Learn It Now, a major Web-based training company.

  • Created the criteria for and made hiring and firing decisions on over 75 instructional designers in a five-year period.
  • Trained over 40 novice instructional designers on applying adult learning principles and instructional design processes to e-learning.
  • Created instructional design processes that significantly improved course time-to-market.
  • Personally developed more that 30 web-based courses, many of which are still part of Learn it Now's offerings.

Education

  • M.A. in history, University of Tulsa, Tulsa Oklahoma
  • B.A. in history, University of Colorado, Boulder, Colorado

Certificate Programs

  • American Society for Training and Development: Certificate in Training with E-learning
  • American Society of Distance Educators: Certificate in Distance Education

Awards

  • NDEA Fellowship for excellence in graduate work
  • New York City Training Association Award
  • Public Relations Society of America, Non-Profit Division, First Place Award

Professional Memberships

  • American Society for Training and Development
  • International Society for Performance Improvement
  • American Society of Distance Educators

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