The public access to noisy intermediate-scale quantum (NISQ) computers facilitated by IBM, Rigetti, D - Wave, etc., has propelled the development of quantum applications that may offer quantum supremacy in the future large-scale quantum computers. Parameterized quantum circuits (P QC) have emerged as a major driver for the development of quantum routines that potentially improve the circuit's resilience to the noise. PQC's have been applied in both generative (e.g. generative adversarial network) and discriminative (e.g. quantum classifier) tasks in the field of quantum machine learning. PQC's have been also considered to realize high fidelity quantum gates with the available imperfect native gates of a target quantum hardware. Parameters of a P QC are determined through an iterative training process for a target noisy quantum hardware. However, temporal variations in qubit quality metrics affect the performance of a P QC. Therefore, the circuit that is trained without considering temporal variations exhibits poor fidelity over time. In this paper, we present training methodologies for P QC in a completely classical environment that can improve the fidelity of the trained P QC on a target NISQ hardware by as much as 21.91%.