We help freelance trainers build successful and profitable training businesses
The largest community of freelance trainers in the UK.
More than 150 Trainer Talk members.
More than 500 Associate Alert Service members.
Do you need a freelance trainer for associate contracts or to complete a project in your organisation? Do you need a trainer to design and deliver a programme for you? The Trainers Training Company can help!
About The Trainers Training Company
You become a freelance trainer to be in the training room doing what you love!
However, freelancing brings its own issues like
- Where do I get new clients from?
- How do I get people to find me?
- Where can I find the best training venues at the best rates?
- How do I find Associate Work?
- What do I charge?
- Where do I get legals and contracts from?
All of this, and more is covered by The Trainers Training Company programmes.
...resulted in £9,000 worth of business in my first year
Definitely worth investing in
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