The Technology Trainer is responsible for the development, delivery, and evaluation of technical training courses, sessions, and activities for employees and students. Trainings include but are not limited to classroom lectures, webcasts, videoconferences, computer-based training, and web-based training.
The Technology Trainer will coordinate with ITSDE staff and administrative offices on campus to assess training needs of both employees and students and develop training activities that align with the University’s goals. The Technology Trainer will manage the technology training program in accordance with business needs and regulatory requirements, and communicate with all levels of the organization to ensure training needs and goals are being met.
The Technology Trainer will plan and direct classroom training, electronic learning, multimedia programs, and other workshops and activities. The Technology Trainer will be responsible for planning and creating instructional materials (course outlines, training aids, etc.) to be used in training programs and design exercises to enhance lectures and presentations. The Technology Trainer will conduct classes regularly and ensure the quality and consistency of course content.
The Technology Trainer will provide end-user training for various software and technology products, including training on the operation, configuration and maintenance of new technology. The Technology Trainer will also assist others in the design and development of computer-based, web-based, and multimedia curriculum, including the creation of multimedia elements.
The Technology Trainer will manage the University’s training management system, Neo, the University’s online skills portal, Lynda.com, and the technology training lab.