What Tools and Technologies Are Training and Development Managers Using to Do Their Job?


Videoconferencing equipment

Universal serial bus USB flash drives

Personal computers

MP3 players

Liquid crystal display LCD video projectors

Laptop computers

Desktop computers


Adobe Systems Adobe Acrobat

Adobe Systems Adobe Illustrator

Adobe Systems Adobe Photoshop

Apache Cassandra

Epic Systems


Learn.com LearnCenter Talent Management Suite

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Microsoft Dynamics

Microsoft Excel

Microsoft Visual Basic

Microsoft Word

Oracle PeopleSoft

Adobe Systems Adobe ActionScript

Adobe Systems Adobe Captivate

Adobe Systems Adobe Dreamweaver

Adobe Systems Adobe Fireworks

Adobe Systems Adobe Flash

Adobe Systems Adobe Flash Player

Adobe Systems Adobe Presenter

AgileView Software SmartView

Alchemy Systems SISTEM

Articulate Rapid E-Learning Studio

Beeline Learning Management System LMS

Blackbaud The Raiser’s Edge


Blatant Media Absorb LMS

Brainshark Rapid Learning

Caliban Mindwear HyperGASP

Cisco Systems WebEx

Cobent Learning and Compliance Suite LCS

Computer Generated Solutions Learning Management System

Cornerstone OnDemand Cornerstone Learning

Dazzlersoft DazzlerMax

dominKnow Learning Center

Eedo Knowledgeware Eedo Force Ten

ElearningForce JoomlaLMS



FlexTraining Total e-Learning Solution

Flying PopCorn

Freeze.com Ovation Studio Pro

FunEducation Outstart Trainer

GeoMetrix Data Systems Training Partner

HP Trim

HunterStone THESIS

ICS Learning Group Inquisiq EX

Ikonami AT-Learning Tool

iLinc Communications LearnLinc

Inspired eLearning iLMS

Intelladon Enterprise Knowledge Platform EKP

Intelligent Information Conversion Technologies MeritScholar

Intellum Rollbook

Kookaburra Studios Knowledge Presenter

LeanForward LearnPoint

Learn HQ Activate LMS

Learn.com CourseMaker Studio

Linspire Nvu

Magenta MultiMedia Tools Magenta II

MediaChance Multimedia Builder

Medworxx Learning Management System

Microsoft Front Page

Microsoft Publisher


Mzinga On-Demand Learning Suite

NetDimensions Enterprise Knowledge Platform EKP

OnPoint Digital OnPoint Learning & Performance Suite

Open e-LMS

Operitel LearnFlex

Pathlore LMS

Plateau Learning Management System LMS

PRO-ductivity Systems Compliance Training Manager Web

Rapid Intake Unison

Right Reason Technologies RightTrack

RISC Virtual Training Assistant

Saba Centra

SAFARI Video Networks eZediaQTI

SkillSoft SkillPort

SumTotal Systems ToolBook

SumTotal Systems TotalLMS

SyberWorks Training Center

techniques.org knowledgeWorks LMS

Telania eLeaP Learning Management System LMS/LCMS

The Human Equation InSite LMS

TrainCaster LMS

TrainOnTrack Learning Management System LMS

Trivantis Lectora

Upside Learning UpsideLMS

WBT Systems TopClass

Web browser software

Xerceo Learn

Xyleme Learning Content Management System LCMS

Ziiva Prosperity LMS

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What Does a Training and Development Manager Do?

Training and Development Managers Plan, direct, or coordinate the training and development activities and staff of an organization.

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What Skills Should a Training and Development Manager Have?

Learning Strategies

Selecting and using training/instructional methods and procedures appropriate for the situation when learning or teaching new things.


Teaching others how to do something.

Active Listening

Giving full attention to what other people are saying, taking time to understand the points being made, asking questions as appropriate, and not interrupting at inappropriate times.

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How Much Experience is Needed to Become a Training and Development Manager?

A considerable amount of work-related skill, knowledge, or experience is needed for this occupation. For example, a person in this occupation must complete four years of college and work for several years in industry to be considered qualified.

  • 51.85% said they needed a Bachelor's Degree.

  • 18.52% said they needed a Master's Degree.

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