Can you really train?
When a prospective client next asks for proof of your training skills or those of your team, what are you going to show them?
How do you prove that you are competent to stand up on front of your clients and deliver an effective training program?
Today, we are going to look at TAP, Learning a UK-based training certification body which offers the internationally-recognised Certificate in Training Delivery.
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Many training companies have their own internal TTT (train-the-trainer) qualifications. But how do they ‘stack-up’ against industry-standard trainer qualifications? Are they recognised?
Although many ‘internal’ TTT’s are good, many are not good enough. This is why organizations turn to the TAP as a ‘benchmark’ of trainer skills development.
It is not uncommon for organizations to expect you and your training consultants to have completed such qualification like TAP Training Accredited Professional.
Therefore, your TTT ‘badge’ proves that you have the necessary skills and experience to deliver a quality training experience.
Take-aways you don’t want to miss
- Where TAP Learning is recognised internationally
- Which kinds of learning programs are offered by TAP Learning
- Why understanding Adult Learning Theory is essential
- Why you need to re-certify and how to go about it
- How to get your TAP Diploma or TAP Master Diploma
- Which resources are available to TAP Learning graduates
Some helpful resources for you
TAP – TAP Learning for Training Professionals [UK]
ATD – Association for Talent Development [USA]
AITD – Australian Institute for Training and Development [AUS]
IITD – Irish Institute of Training and Development [IRL]
Disney Institute – Walt Disney’s Training and Development Institute [USA]