Learning Consultants, who are a part of the Learning and Development team inside an organization, are ideal for supporting teams and individuals when their learning is self-managed. Learning Consultants can recommend activities or activity pathways, act as a mentor, or guide a team activity. Jane Hart expands on the concept in her article.
“Consequently, there are some really interesting new “blended training” initiatives appearing on the scene, However, the role of L&D has itself not changed; most still see themselves as Learning (or Training) Managers who take on the total responsible for designing, delivering and managing a training solution”.
via The TWO roles for L&D in the modern workplace: Learning Managers & Learning Consultants | Learning in the Social Workplace.