A question our trainers always ask us is “can I provide City & Guilds certificates to my operatives, after I have attended an NTS Train the Trainer course” and the answer is Yes you can, if you are a registered NTS trainer.
In order to become a Registered NTS Trainer, you must attend a subject specific City & Guilds Profile of Achievement Award Train the Trainer course with NTS, where you will be assessed on your ability to deliver the subject.
You will not automatically become a registered NTS trainer after your course, you will need to complete the application process and meet the following criteria:
You also need to provide NTS with evidence of a suitable Training Qualification/ Award such as:
If you do not currently have a Training Qualification, you can attend our Level 2 Introduction to Trainer Skills 7300 course.
Once you have completed your training qualification and the subject specific NTS course you are ready to apply.
Contact us for an application form, submit the requested evidence and if successful you will be invited in to NTS for a half day training session on the NTS/ City & Guilds delivery standards.
You are then ready to offer your trainees NTS/ City & Guilds Accredited operative training. There is no charge for you to become a registered NTS trainer and you will receive full help and on-going support from us.
The cost for each NTS/ City & Guilds e-certificate is approx. £25 and they are valid for 3 years. You as the trainer, will be required to keep up to date with your CPD which includes refresher training for your specific subject area and audits from NTS.
Once you have delivered your training course, simply submit the required delegate evidence you have gathered to National Training Services. We will apply for your accredited certificates and they will be sent to you via email.
Don’t delay, start offering NTS/ City & Guilds Accredited Operative Training today.
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