Trainer Accreditation process

#1 The trainer can prove experience in the specific domain related to the job role (for which he is doing the training).

Explanations/Guidance:

  • A university study and 3 years of work experience in the field OR No university study and 8 years of work experience in the field

#2 The trainer has run through the certification process and reached a “professional / test certificate”

Explanations/Guidance:

  • The trainer himself must have done the test and certification by himself, proving that he himself has the knowledge and can pass the test.

#3 The trainer must have been coached (or acting as a co-trainer of an already accredited trainer) at least once in the teaching of the learning elements of the skills card

Explanations/Guidance:

  • An already accredited trainer must provide a positive reference.

#4 The trainer can prove former consulting or development or trainer experiences.

Explanations/Guidance:

  • A list of former teachings or courses or consulting or development must be provided in the certification process. It is expected that the trainer can prove to have held industrial or university courses, or consulting projects, or related development projects before.
  • If in any of the below criteria a rating “poor” is done, this will be failure criteria for the trainer accreditation.
  • Proven former teaching, or consulting, or development in the field
  • Teachings, or consulting, or development are related to the skill card