To pursue a career as a training and development manager, you need a bachelor’s degree in education, business administration, or human resources, along with prior experience in HR or training and development. Some employers may even prefer that you have a master’s degree, but that is not universal. You can also obtain optional certifications to improve your skills and add additional qualifications to your resume. Professional organizations like the International Society for Performance Improvement and the Association for Talent Development offer classes and certification for HR professionals.
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