E-learning managers head training pay table

July 2004
IT Training;Jul/Aug2004, p39
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This article presents news brief related to information technology. E-learning managers can expect to earn an average of £3,000 a year more than their training industry colleagues, new research from the Institute of IT Training has found. The average salary for an IT trainer today stands at £29,130, while e-learning managers can expect to earn £33,460, according to the IT Training Professionals Climate Survey. The survey found that 60 per cent of IT trainers are female, and that around 16 per cent of respondents are self-employed. Among this group, freelance e-learning specialists once again reported the highest mean earnings. The survey also examined respondents' attitudes to career development. It is heartening to see that 93 per cent of respondents undertake formal career development in order to gain knowledge and skills. The Institute of IT Training has significantly enhanced its benefits to its expanding membership by launching a series of related 'Connect Groups' websites. The Institute is now taking entries for the IT Training Awards 2005. With entries having to be received by 31 October, Colin Steed, the IITT's chief executive, is expecting an even larger number of entries than last year's record.


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