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Subject:Re: Training From:Nancy Lookabaugh <nancyl -at- TECHNILOGIX -dot- COM> Date:Wed, 18 Feb 1998 13:56:41 -0500
Try to call 01-800-NATASTD. Ask for Inernational Customer Service to
learn what is available in the UK.
There are certificate programs -- for example, Harvard Univ. offers a
six-month program that leads to certification.
In fact, many universities offer certificate programs.
Some local ASTD chapters offer their own "train the trainer" classes.
What industry are you in?
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Damien Braniff [SMTP:Damien_Braniff -at- PAC -dot- CO -dot- UK]
> Sent: Friday, February 13, 1998 6:42 AM
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> Subject: Training
> I'm posting this for our training manager. Been a trainer for several
> years but has no training qualification. What he'd like to know is:
> Is there any "formal" qualifications for trainers and if so what is
> If (1) exists, are there courses he could attend (preferably UK!)?
> Is there an Institute/Society of Trainers where he could get more
> We are currently working closely with the trainers trying to ensure
> what is
> taught ties in with what's in the manuals, seeing how both can be
> etc. All help/comments welcome.
> Damien Braniff
> Technical Author
> PAC International
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