Train-the-Trainer Certificate Program

Certificate

Train-the-Trainer
Certificate Program

Overview

A highly skilled and well-educated workforce is vital for every organization’s success. Training professionals requires thoughtful analysis of skill gaps, the goals of the organization, and training alternatives to determine the best means for organizational and workforce development. Whether focused on soft skills, leadership, or technical training content, learn to design, develop, and deliver high-quality training programs.

Benefits

  • Participants will develop the skills and techniques necessary to:
  • Build core knowledge and competencies in the training and development field
  • Create specific tools for training needs assessment, curriculum design, delivery, and evaluation
  • Provide a formal training program that will establish standards for workplace education and models for the transfer of learning
  • Encourage the development of an organizational learning culture
  • Evaluate and measure the impact of training

Audience

The Train the Trainer Certificate Program is designed for new and current training professionals and those who are responsible for workforce development. Participants will receive practical and theoretical skills to improve their personal job performance while advancing the training objectives of their company and/or department.

Structure

The program consists of four courses totaling 70 hours of instruction required for certificate completion. Special emphasis is placed on analyzing needs assessment, design and delivery while focusing on the transfer of knowledge.

Continuing Education Units (CEUs) are granted for each course, and the program certificate will be awarded to those who successfully complete the requirements of all four courses.

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Registration

If your state agency or department is paying registration fees, use the Registration Agreement form. If you are paying your own fees, use the Non-Credit Registration form.

You may also register online for most non-credit courses.

More details are available on the Non-Credit Registration page.

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Courses and Schedules

This certificate program consists of four courses designed to be taken in the order listed.