This concept is an
essential element in our thinking. We do not intend to
exclude competent trainers simply because they have not been able to
attain certain formal qualifications. A recognised trainer is simply
one that is accepted as competent based on the work they are
doing and the outcomes they achieve in that training activity. Where a
trainer is not known, the educational qualifications detailed provide a
means of evaluating their competence in training others.
Trainers whose skills are recognised are considered competent to train crafts skills.
Training of Trainers, ICTI is responsible for maintaining the integrity
of the content and quality of training and therefore, recognises
trainers at this level.