How To Land Your Dream Job As Cooperate Trainer

The corporate trainer job may not be the first thing that comes to mind when you’re looking for a career path, but it can be a great way to get your foot in the door in an industry you’re interested in. 

Plus, you don’t need to have much experience or education you just need some basic skills and a willingness to learn new ones!

1. Get Clear On Your Vision

The first step in getting the job you want is to get clear on what you want. The more detailed and specific your vision is, the easier it will be for you to manifest in reality.

Think about what’s important to you in your career: What are your strengths? What are your passions? How do those strengths and passions line up with a business’ needs? 

What would that look like on paper? What kind of lifestyle would this position allow for (the hours, travel requirements)?

It’s important to keep in mind that this isn’t just a fantasy land where every day is filled with rainbows and unicorns you need to be realistic about your potential fit within an organization as well as how long it will take before landing that dream job becomes reality.

2. Know Yourself

Knowing yourself is the first step in knowing what you want to do. To begin, you might want to write a personal mission statement. 

This is a simple exercise that can help you define your values, goals, and priorities. Here are some questions to ask yourself as you write this statement:

  • What are my values?
  • What are my goals?
  • What are my priorities?

Once you’ve answered these questions, write down your strengths and weaknesses as well as your hobbies and interests. Then reflect on what makes life meaningful for yourself—what do you love doing?

3. Do Your Research

You want to land your dream job, and you know that a good resume is essential. But how do you make sure yours stands out from the rest?

In this section, we’ll give you tips and tricks on how to write a resume that will get noticed by recruiters and hiring managers alike. We’ll also discuss the different sections of a resume so you know where to put what information.

Finally, we’ll talk about some other important things to keep in mind when updating your resume or writing one from scratch:

4. Find The Right Tools And Technology

To get the most out of your job search, it’s important to use the right tools.

Use a job search engine. With so many potential jobs out there, you’ll be overwhelmed if you go at it alone. A good job search engine will help narrow down your options and show you what’s available in your area.

Create a professional resume with a resume builder. Having an outdated or poorly designed resume can hurt your chances of actually getting hired and it doesn’t have to be that way! 

Resume builders make it easy for anyone to create an eye-catching document that will impress hiring managers and recruiters alike.

Find a career coach who specializes in helping people find corporate trainer jobs specifically (or look for one who is knowledgeable about finding any type of position). 

They’re experts on what employers look for when they hire someone new, so they’ll know exactly how best to present yourself in interviews and applications while also helping ease some of the stress associated with this big decision!

5. Create And Maintain A Professional Email Address

There are a few things that you need to consider when creating your email address:

Use your name. This is simple, but worth repeating. Because you want to be taken seriously as a professional, do not use an email address like “hoser12345@domain.com.” 

Or “coopertrainer12@domain.com”. Instead, use something like firstname@domain.com or firstname_lastname@domain.com

Don’t use nicknames or generic terms in your email addresses such as “coopertrainer12” (you can find more suggestions here). If you want people to know who they’re talking with and where they can find more information about them online (social media accounts).

They must have an easy way of finding this information without having to search extensively through social media profiles until they stumble upon the right one!

6. Keep Up With Linkedin

Another great way to keep up with your industry and the companies you want to work for is through LinkedIn. LinkedIn is a social media platform that allows you to connect with other professionals, share information, and even find jobs.

If you’re looking for a job, the best thing about LinkedIn is that it allows you to search for jobs based on keywords in your profile. 

It also provides an opportunity for networking you can connect with other professionals in your field of expertise or even former coworkers who might help you land an interview.

7. Build A Resume Website

A website is a great way to showcase your work, skills, and experience. A resume website should be created with both recruiters and job seekers in mind.

Recruiters: When recruiters are searching for candidates they will look at their resumes, but they also use other platforms like LinkedIn and Twitter to find out more about potential employees. 

Having a resume website will increase your chances of being found by these recruiters since it’s another platform that you can use to showcase your work.

Job Seekers: You can use a resume website as leverage when applying for jobs because it allows you to showcase what makes you stand out from the crowd and why employers should hire you over someone else who does similar work. 

It’s also helpful if there is no job posting available at the moment because a resume website allows job seekers more flexibility when applying for positions that interest them most (even if there isn’t an open position yet).

8. Be Social On Social Media

Social media is a great way to build your brand and show off your personality. You can share blog posts you’ve written, photos of you at speaking events or in the field, and even funny memes that make light of your work. 

You can also use it to promote yourself by posting links to articles where you were mentioned or highlighted as an expert in your field.

If you have a unique hobby (i.e., keeping pet snails), consider posting about that on social media too it can show potential employers who you are outside of the office.

9. Create A Professional Portfolio And Add Work Samples To Linkedin

You should create a portfolio to show your best work. Add samples from projects you’ve worked on, information about the company you’d like to work for, and any awards or accolades that you have received. 

Include a cover letter explaining why you are interested in working for this particular company. 

Your portfolio will help hiring managers understand if you have the skills they need and if your background is relevant to their needs. It also shows them how well-rounded a person you are!

Once people start hiring again, it will be easier than ever before to land your dream job as a corporate trainer because they’ll need so many more talented professionals than they were before the recession hit.

10. Connect With People Related To Your Career Via Social Media (E.G., Linkedin, Twitter)

You can also use LinkedIn to connect with people in your field, or even alumni from your school who are now working in the industry you’re interested in. 

If you have an idea of what companies or organizations you want to work for, search for those companies on LinkedIn and see if anyone who works there has an account. 

If they do, follow them! You might be able to get some valuable tips about their company culture and interview process.

If all else fails, reach out directly through email or phone call (if they have a phone number listed). 

These days it’s very rare that anyone gets hired without first meeting the hiring manager face-to-face at some point during the recruitment process.

But sometimes it happens and when it does happen… well… let’s just say that person is lucky enough to get hired before anyone else knows about it!

11. Volunteer Or Seek Internships That Can Be Added To Your Resume

Volunteering or internships can be a great way to gain experience, build your resume, and meet people who are already in the industry.

Additionally, if you are a volunteer for a professional association then you will be able to attend their conferences as well as other networking events.

If you’re looking for an internship: there’s no need to limit yourself to what is posted on job boards; sometimes there’s more opportunity out there than meets the eye.

12. Use Niches And Communities As Resources For Networking (E.G., Niche-Specific Websites, Forums, Facebook Groups, Or Subreddits)

Social media can be a great tool for networking. But be careful not to spam the same people multiple times and make sure that you have something valuable to add each time. It’s also important not to spam people who are not in your niche or community with requests for help. 

Most people don’t mind helping out fellow professionals, but it can quickly get annoying if someone asks too many questions or keeps asking after they’ve received an answer.

13. Start Building A Network Now (And Keep Using It!)

Building a network is one of the most important steps to take when you’re looking for a job. The people you know can help you find out about job openings, recommend you for an interview, and even write letters of recommendation on your behalf.

When it’s time to apply for jobs, networking is vital because recruiters don’t always hire qualified candidates they also look at how well-connected that person is! 

If they see that someone has been involved in lots of projects with other professionals (and therefore has many connections), they are more likely to give that person an interview.

If you don’t have any professional contacts right now, don’t worry! 

You can start building relationships now by joining volunteer organizations in your community or school club where you meet like-minded individuals who might eventually become potential references or sources of employment leads down the road.

14. Create A Personal Brand Statement

  • A personal brand statement is a snapshot of who you are, what you do, and how to contact you.
  • You need one because it helps the employer remember who they met with and what they talked about.
  • It also tells them why they should hire YOU and not anyone else applying for the same position.
  • To create a good personal brand statement, think about these questions: “Who am I?” “What am I good at?” “What makes me different from other people who could do this job?” 

Answer these questions in your own words by writing down a few key phrases that describe yourself and what makes you different from others. Then take those answers and turn them into sentences that explain all of them at once (in bullet points if possible). 

The goal is to have something short and memorable that can be easily read or heard over the phone or via email conversation so keep it simple.

But make sure there’s enough detail so someone remembers everything quickly without having long meetings every time there’s new information coming out on projects or processes!

15. Learn Everything You Can About The Companies You Want To Work For And Target Them Specifically In Your Job Search

All the research you do will help you understand how the company works, what its mission is, and just what kind of culture it has. This will make it much easier for you to tailor your resume, cover letter, and interview skills to that particular company’s needs.

Also, remember that there is always more than one way to land a job at a particular corporation. 

You don’t have to be working in-house at Microsoft or Google; there are plenty of other ways for employees from those companies (and others) to interact with customers: training programs offered by Microsoft or Google; conferences sponsored by these companies; etc.

16. Consider Starting Your Own Business Or Side Hustle As Well As Applying For Jobs With Companies That Are Hiring In The Meantime

If you’re not able to find a job in the corporate training field right away, consider starting your own business or side hustle. You can also offer your services as an independent contractor for companies that are hiring in the meantime.

Start Your Own Business

With so many personal trainers and fitness professionals making their mark on Instagram and YouTube, it might seem like a good idea to start up a personal training blog. 

However, this kind of platform doesn’t have the same clout as being part of a major organization like Nike or Adidas if you want to break into those companies as a trainer.

And it won’t give you much experience working with executives at larger corporations either. If you do decide to do this anyway, then make sure that whatever content marketing strategy works best for large companies will also work well for smaller ones (and vice versa).

Conclusion

Landing your dream job as a corporate trainer can be a lot of work. But if you work hard and stay focused on the right things, you’ll find yourself with exciting opportunities in no time! 

Remember to keep in mind the importance of being true to yourself and your values during this journey. And most importantly: have fun with it!