Training is the best job one can ever have. That’s because the training profession is one that touches almost everyone every day. Whether you’re taking a foreign language lesson, finding out how to use new computer software, trying out a new machine, mastering a managerial function, or being coached by your boss, you’re experiencing training. Your trainer doesn’t need to be in the same room or on the same schedule. What other job affords you the opportunity to increase an organization’s bottom line, improve your country’s productivity level, and enhance individuals’ lives, all at the same time? It is truly a privilege to be a trainer, yet it’s also a responsibility to be in charge of managing the training process. From assessing the needs of training to evaluating the effectiveness of the training intervention, there is a lot to be managed and many points at which an experienced training manager can do for the success of the organization.