Kentra can provide an In House Instructor course, this Train the Trainer course for novice instructors which will bring one of their current licences up to instructor standard and provide them with the knowledge to provide their own in-house training.
A good instructor should have –
Attended and passed an accredited operator course, and have at least 2 years operating experience on the subject they which to teach.
Have the ability to adapt his/her approach to suit the needs of different trainees.
Be able to communicate effectively. Be able to lead and control.
Instructors should be reassessed periodically as appropriate.
Ratio 4 Candidates: 1 Instructor, Duration: 5 Days
This program is intended for inexperienced / novice instructors who wish to obtain registration and certification to enable them to carry out in house instruction on various machines / courses depending their experience and certification.
At the conclusion of this course, successful instructors or instructor/examiners will have satisfactorily completed the various practical assessments and multi choice theoretical papers.
Candidate pre assessment and briefing including operator test to instructor level
Basic instructional techniques
Roles and responsibilities of an instructor
Health and safety at work act 1974 etc including ACOP L117,
PUWER 1998 and LOLER 1998.
Session planning and delivery
A room for the theory session and a safe area for the practical session.
Certificate & Validation
Successful candidates will be issued with a Kentra certificate of training for the In House Instructor Course.
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