From Trainer to Partner

Dazry Eusoff chanced upon the opportunity of being a freelance trainer. ALVS Management Consulting (ALVS) was inviting passionate individuals to join their platform as a trainer.

From Trainer to Partner

The course title Train-the-Trainer (TTT) triggered his curiosity enough to make him enrol for it. Being able to utilise his SkillsFuture credit for it was a bonus.

Back in Aug 2017, Dazry Eusoff chanced upon the opportunity of being a freelance trainer. ALVS Management Consulting (ALVS) was inviting passionate individuals to join their platform as a trainer. ALVS Train the Trainer course for anyone who wishes to pursue a career in training or for current trainers to enhance their existing knowledge. He enquired and was informed that the course was not only about sharing of skills for trainers, but ALVS was also providing on-the-job training and income opportunity for anyone who decides to pursue a career in training via their Associate Trainer Programme.

Although apprehensive at first on how a one-day course could turn him into a trainer, Dazry decided to keep an open mind and attended the session. To his surprise, the course was filled with activities and practical hands-on approaches that equipped individuals on the fundamentals needed to be an effective trainer.

Upon completion of the TTT course, Dazry made a decision to learn more about being a trainer by contacting Arthur Loo, the Founder of ALVS. Although Arthur was busy juggling between his training business in China and ALVS, he made time to attend all the queries that Dazry had and also shared about the abundance of opportunities for trainers to conduct training not just in Singapore but all over the world. Citing himself as an example, Arthur also shared that the income for trainers can be as high as $2000 to even $4000 per day. Inspired by Arthur’s sharing, Dazry began to attend more TTT classes conducted by Arthur to familiarise the training delivery. Dazry also started to assist Arthur in his classes and conducted more and more modules each time.

It was a matter of just weeks when Arthur decided that Dazry was ready lead an entire class on his own. He was elated when Dazry received an overwhelming number of positive feedbacks after his first session as a lead trainer and even had participants requesting to be his assistant!

It marked the start of a beautiful journey for Dazry when participants started to share about his unique training method to their friends and relatives, resulting in full attendance for his weekly classes.

 

Seeing the positive response his participants after every class, it also affirmed Dazry’s beliefs that training was his actual calling and he decided to make one of the biggest decisions of his life. He left his full-time job and began his journey as a Lead Trainer with ALVS. His classes are always about knowledge sharing and he also injects life-skills among many other activities into his TTT training. Dazry also went on to assist more than 20 other trainers to be Lead Trainers and guided them just as how Arthur had done for him.

Seeing his passion for training and his willingness to groom other trainers, Arthur Loo appointed Dazry, the position of Chief Operations Officer in ALVS. Dazry is now a partner.

Arthur and Dazry together with all trainers in ALVS are on a mission. To change the training landscape in Singapore, where trainers are being compensated the income they deserve and given opportunities to conduct training not only in Singapore but all around Asia.

Having trained more than 400 trainers, ALVS now has expansion plans to set up branches all over Asia and are currently inviting trainers to fulfil that role.

If inspiring individuals and sharing knowledge is your passion, please visit www.alvsasia.com to find out more about their Train-the-Trainer programme and other courses that the Academy has to offer.

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