TrainerBase operates as a community portal for members of the training, learning and development sector.
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TrainerBase operates as a community portal for members of the learning and development sector. The site exists to help businesses and other organisations to find trainers and by so doing; help trainers find business.

TrainerBase welcomes new registrations from anyone interested in learning and development, in particular from individuals and organisations keen to raise the standard of learning and development practice.

Interested in registering with TrainerBase as a Trainer?

I am a trainer (a freelance learning and development practitioner) and would like to register with TrainerBase and benefit from being part of the community.

Interested in registering with TrainerBase as a Supplier?

I supply services to the learning and development community and would like members to be able to see how my products and services could be of benefit to them.


Interested in registering with TrainerBase as a L&D/HR professional?

I am a learning and development professional (internal trainer, buyer, recruiter or researcher) and would like to be able to use the free services of TrainerBase including the ability to use the recruitment facilities.

PROVIDING DETAILS: Membership to TrainerBase is not automatic and applications that are deemed to have not provided legitimate contact details will not be approved. Duplicate application may result in existing permission being revoked.

If you are already registered as a user of TrainerBase and wish to pay, you do not need to join again, you should visit the Subscribe page log in and choose the appropriate subscription.

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