This area has information about the ICTI 2020 Vision conference and planning.

This tool provides a simple, quick and effective way to understand how well you currently perform against standards. They provide a common framework for tracking development and this resource enables you to score yourself against each of 20 standards. At the end, you can view a summary that includes charts that display your self-assessed skills.

The world is changing and so is the world of learning and development. This 'wiki' is intended to be a ‘field-book’ or ‘manual’ for trainers who are supporting changing organisations into the future. This document is not a how-to manual although such insights may be in evidence. Rather, it provides the next generation with ideas and approaches to their own practice drawn from the inquiry of others .

It is a participative space where ICTI members can chip in with their own perspective, suggest areas and topics to be added or correct errors and update with more recent ideas and practice.

This forum allows you to announce forthcoming training courses and events relevant to the ICTI Network.

ICTI reserves the right to remove information considered irrelevant to ICTI's activities or membership.

ICTI's quarterly newsletter, Catalyst, is published online by the International Christian Media Commission on behalf of ICTI.

Documents and Procedures relating to ICTI Approval Procedures as well as the ICTI Certificate in Training. You can also view model course curriculums in this section as well.

The ICTI website now carries a selection of media training handouts, offered freely by trainers for anyone to download, copy and use. They don't have to be used in the form they appear, since they might not be exactly appropriate. So they can be altered and modified to suit the individual trainer using them.

Interested in ICTI's Certificate in Training? Full information is available online.

This forum supports participants and provides a place for trainers to discuss experiences and issues that may arise.

Area by invitation for those wishing to explore how they learn.

The field of learning styles has mixed reviews. Many learning and development professionals consider that there is little evidence to support their use whilst others have found the empirical process helpful.

This area is provided to help members understand the challenges of one approach and explore its usefulness.

A place for trainers with a focus on the African continent to share ideas and plans.