Start out on your incredible adventure
Do you have a passion for technology? Want to help create the next generation of Salesforce, AWS, and MuleSoft talent? Become a certified Instructor through our Train the Trainer Program today!
Do you want to be the person who creates the next generation of trained professionals?
As the world’s largest CRM platform, Salesforce is trusted by over 150,000 companies, making the Salesforce Developer skillset one of the most sought-after in tech. Amazon Web Services (AWS) is the world’s most comprehensive and broadly adopted cloud platform, offering over 175 fully featured services from data centers globally. As the world’s leading integration platform, MuleSoft provides exceptional business agility, allowing our consultants to develop key skills such as building API implementation interfaces, transforming data with DataWeave, and debugging and troubleshooting Mule Applications. As a trainer, you’ll become an expert in either Salesforce, AWS, or MuleSoft helping to create the next generation of cloud superstars.
Never worked as an instructor before? No problem.
We love to hear from people with an interest in education and learning, and provide them with our expert training to ensure they have the skills and knowledge they need to become a certified instructor in either Salesforce, AWS, or MuleSoft. This will be followed by two years working as a Revolent Trainer to help you grow your teaching skills and become an expert in your technology.
What you’ll do as a Revolent Trainer:
Your Journey to become a Revolent Certified Instructor
Those in the Revolent Train the Trainer program tend to follow the below process.
You’ll be assigned a mentor in your chosen field who will support you as you train.
You’ll deliver training in partnership with an experienced instructor and be provided with detailed feedback to help you become the very best at what you do.
5. Two years of teaching experience
Once you have completed the program and are certified, you’ll begin a new, two-year journey as a Revolent Technical Trainer. This will provide you with two years of guaranteed work experience, allowing you to refine your skills through quarterly observations, feedback sessions, and additional training.
6. Beyond your two years
As you come to the end of your second year, you’ll probably be thinking about what comes next. Your career with Revolent does not need to stop there. As a member of Revolent’s internal team, you may have the opportunity to take on a number of different career pathways within our organization.
- Staying with Revolent as a Technical Trainer or become a Training Team Lead helping to guide and support our more junior trainers
- Joining our team of Product Owners, allowing you to refine your skills in a particular pathway, develop training curriculum, and assist us in meeting our clients’ needs
- Development coach supporting Revols on their first projects with clients
- Joining one of Revolent’s other internal teams becoming part of a project team, taking on a role as a project manager or joining our IT team
Supporting you in your career as a Technical Trainer
When you join the Revolent Train the Trainer program, you’ll have access to a variety of resources and support designed to help ease your transition into the role. This will include:
Who should apply?
The Revolent Train the Trainer program is for experienced professionals looking to develop their careers as Certified Salesforce, AWS, or MuleSoft Instructors. You might have one year of commercial experience or twenty, but if you have a background in IT and a passion for teaching a Salesforce, AWS or MuleSoft, this program is for you.
To be eligible for our program, you’ll need a minimum of 1 year of experience in object orientated programming in a commercial setting and involvement in at least one full software development life cycle.
Experience in the following is highly desirable:
Objective-C, Ruby, Scala, Android.
Sound like a great fit? Join our team of trainers today!
Take the first step in an incredible new journey.
One of our L&D team leads will give you a call to find out more about your experience and answer any questions you have about the program.
Interview and mini training session
You’ll interview with our L&D team and asked to deliver a mini training session designed to showcase your potential to become an instructor.