Career as Voice Trainers

Early Salary

3 - 4 L

Mid Salary

4 - 5 L

Senior Salary

5 - 6 L

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	Voice Trainers

Voice trainers try and bring out the best in a person’s voice. They teach one how to intonate, energise the voice and give it an expression.

What do they do?

A voice trainer teaches aspiring voice artistes how to interpret copy (script) and modulate their voice according to a given situation (sad, joyous, excited) location, etc. In a call centre, a voice trainer trains students in US or British accents and eliminates regional accents.


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Skills Needed

. Experience as a voice artiste
. Command over the language
. Knowledge of grammar
. Good communication skills
. Ability to change training content as per student’s requirements

How do I get there?

There are no specific educational qualifications required to be a voice trainer. A basic graduate with good command over a language with a clear accent and sufficient experience in the field can become a successful trainer. A degree in linguistics is  beneficial and can help one go higher up in the profession.

Typical day in the life of a Voice Trainers

12pm to 2pm: Hold sessions with students
2.15pm: Lunch
3pm onwards: Work on script translations, dubbing and recording freelance voiceover assignments

Pros & Cons about this career

. It’s a great feeling nurturing new talent and passing on the knowledge one has gained after so many decades in the profession . Freelance options are easily available

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