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A Trainer is a highly skilled professional who train employees on various fields of competences. As an important position within the establishment, the trainer is responsible for helping the staff to enhance their competences and get the best out of themselves.
In the role of Trainer you would be responsible for the day-to-day training, skill-building and management of various staff, including kitchen porters, waiters, cooks, receptionists, maintenance teams, and more.
The trainer is an expert in many forms of group process, including inter-and-intra-group conflict resolution, strategic planning, team building, etc.
Train New Employees
Prior to putting new members of the waitstaff on the lineup, they must learn the basics of the restaurant. The trainer teaches new servers essential information, such as restaurant layout, including table numbers, location of restrooms and fastest route to the kitchen.
Engage in Continuous Training
A trainer must be committed to engaging in ongoing training initiatives. It is his responsibility to promptly learn all new menu items and company policies, in order to properly train the rest of the waitstaff.
Provide Ongoing Instruction
The trainer constantly evaluates the work of staff and provides ongoing training as needed. When restaurant policies change and new menu items are introduced, he or she works with restaurant management to create a training plan to ensure that all staff learn the necessary information in a timely manner.
What can you expect to earn being a Trainer? The position salaries will vary depending on experience in training and management, but will typically be in the region of £15,000 to £33,000 per year depending on experience.
As of August 2017, the average salary for a Trainer in the UK is £23,256 (Source: PayScale). If you have lots of experience you will be in high demand and hit the higher end of the salary bracket. It also depends largely on the type of hotel you are working for and the available budget they have.