Training Coordinator

NOC #11200

  • Environment Primarily indoor/office work
  • Education Post-secondary diploma
  • Average salary $60,000 to $105,000

Career profile

Training coordinators develop, evaluate and implement training and learning programs.

Their role is to ensure that workers have access to learning systems, materials and training to continually improve and evolve in order to work within specified policies, procedures and regulations and to upgrade their knowledge and skills to support a company’s operations and strategic direction.

Exploration and production, Oil sands, Oil and gas services, Pipelines, Engineering, design and procurement, Start-up and commissioning

In this occupation, activities may include:

  • Assisting in the development of corporate training, human resources and administrative policies.
  • Assisting in planning and participating in emergency response exercises.
  • Developing and revising training programs, documents and evaluation systems.
  • Establishing learning and training objectives for individual employees to support business operations and personal development goals.
  • Coordinating, tracking and supporting training activities across departments.
  • Identifying, recommending and implementing appropriate in-person and electronic training programs and courses.
  • Assisting in the preparation and delivery of training communications, programs and employee orientations.
  • Monitoring training costs and evaluating effectiveness of training programs against established goals.
  • Evaluating learning and training needs of an organization against regulated or mandated training, certification and licensing requirements.
  • Identifying and selecting appropriate internal and third-party providers to deliver training programs.
  • Developing and managing training and learning budgets for individual departments and organizations as a whole.
  • Supporting leadership development and training programs.


  • A university degree or college diploma in human resources management or a related field, such as business administration, industrial relations, commerce or psychology or completion of a professional development program in human resources administration is required.


  • Minimal or no travel
  • Primarily indoor/office work
  • Work not physically demanding
  • Communications and Media
  • Customer and Personal Service
  • Education and Training
  • Laws and Regulations
  • Human Resources
  • Promotion of Occupational Health and Safety
  • Cost Benefit Analysis
  • Public Speaking
  • Writing, Technical Writing, Document Production
  • Managing Personnel Resources
  • Instructing
  • Planning and Organizing