Clarity in pronunciation, stern voice, good understanding on the subject is the qualities of a Voice Artist. Whether or not these qualities are present, training an individual on developing the above skills to perform their job effectively is the function of a voice trainer.
Who need them?
Call Centre employees, receptionists, actors, lecturers, teachers, dubbing artists, anchors, speakers occupation is based on voice. If the voice is according to their profession then these individuals can excel in their profession. Voice trainers provide them advice, instructions and make them practice. Also, Cricket commentators, individuals who are preparing to participate in beauty pageant get trained by these voice trainers.
For example, call centre employees or television anchors should not have accent related to any region. So the voice trainer will correct their accent. Similarly, provide training on different situations to bring clarity in speech, pitch, pace, warmth and empathy.
Individuals focusing on this field need to ensure not to have any mother tongue influence (MTI) in their speech. Accent should be connected to the language.
Eligibility and Qualifications – Salary
There is no specific eligibility or qualifications required for Voice Trainer Course. Anyone who is interested in this field can do this course. Any graduate who has good command over language like good vocabulary, who are working as voice artists. Individuals with good communication skills and having interest in training and teaching can become Voice Trainers.
Salary will be according the eligibility and experience in the field. A efficient voice trainer will be able to charge rupees forty thousand to rupees fifty thousand for a six weeks course. Thereafter, on efficiency and client status income will increase.