Quality Standards for Integrative Trainer

  • Goals & Preconditions
  • Theoretical Content
  • Pracitical Skills
  • Formal criteria

Goals
The education as a trainer imparts knowledge, competences and skills to be able to plan and conduct lectures, seminars and workshops professionally.
The trainers are able to convey any content, competences and skills to a defined target group in form of planned curricula.

Preconditions

  • vocational training completed or high school diploma.
  • At least 20 hours of experience as a participant in seminars that focus on communication or personality development.
  • Basics of communication and perception
  • Motivation theory, learning theory, definition of learning objectives, learning transfer
  • Personality and personality development models
  • Psychological profiling for target group analysis and job clarification
  • Planning and design of courses and seminars
  • Basic knowledge about the design of seminar and training sequences
  • Group dynamics: models, roles, forms of intervention
  • Effect of language, rhetoric and metaphor work

  • Conducting a job analysis and identifying learning objectives
  • discussion and question techniques
  • Techniques for active relationship building
  • Analysis of the target group
  • Effective planning and development of training design and training sequences
  • Use of methods from moderation, visualization, presentation and rhetoric, storytelling
  • Flexible use of methods to control group dynamics and to deal with difficult situations in the group
  • Abilities to maintain motivation and deal with performance lows.
  • Abilities to use and change the emotional state of the group.
  • Ability to use feedback to improve your own performance.
  • Abilities to maintain the own emotional state.
  • Ability to reflect

A pre-requisite for certification as a trainer is to fulfill all of the formal critieria.

  • 30 hours of theory (online possible)
  • 70 hours of method training (live)
  • 10 hours of supervision and self-reflection
  • final thesis including a seminardesign and a personal trainer’s profile
  • Written and practical testing
  • Commitment to the EAIC ethical guidelines

Note:
EAIC certifications are not business licences. The certification only means an assessment of qualification. For exercising the profession commercially, the legal framework defined in the respective countries applies.

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