This is the benchmark trainer skills qualification for all trainers, it is ideal for first-time trainers who need to understand the basics of training skills and practice or those looking to refine their techniques.
*Identify training needs and set appropriate aims and objectives.
*Understand and deploy appropriate training and learning approaches
*Be able to comprehensively plan your training
*Understand how to deliver inclusive sessions that engage, motivate and inspire learners
*Understand the use of different assessment methods and the need for record keeping
Duration; 3 day programme
Dates; 11th, 12th & 19th April
Exam/Assessment; Delegates are required to deliver a 30 minute “micro-teaching” session (which must be part of a wider programme) to the rest of the group, provide feedback to four other delegates and complete a self evaluation.
Cost; £435 plus VAT includes notes, refreshments, lunch, the assessment & certification fees
Awarding Body; Chartered Institute of Environmental Health (CIEH)
Tutor; Richard Mills and Sarah Daniels
Differentiation; At least level 2 or equivalent in English, ICT skills would be advantageous.
Audience; Anyone who wants to deliver training professionally
Feedback; “I just wanted to say thanks for the course, I’ve spent 37 years trying to overcome my abject fear of standing up in front of people, and I’ve been on countless courses which have helped, but not cured the problem, yet in 3 days you managed to solve it completely!” Rachel Jarman, Hautbois
The programme involves lots of hands on activity with additional work outside the sessions to develop the content and materials for assessment on the final day. The programme is moderately demanding because it results in the acquisition of new skills and techniques over a short period.
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