It’s not by following a Train the Trainer course that you are automatically suddenly a competent international trainer. You don’t make yourself a trainer, it’s other people that make you a trainer, as they recognize a set of competencies that you master.
The European Commission, together with SALTO (Support, Advanced Learning and Training Opportunities for Youth) have developed a Competence Model for trainers that (want to) work at international level, to make a self-assessment and to reflect upon areas for further development
To stimulate life long learning and further professional development of trainers
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COMPETENCE MODEL FOR TRAINERS WITH CRITERIA AND INDICATORS
☑ Kiwanis Trainers & Experts
Unless you already know that you need to self-assess yourself only in one given competence area, doing it for all seven areas can really take a lot of time. In fact, we do not recommend you to do so in one go. Instead, take your time. Think. Remember situations, and go gradually, competence area per competence area, competence per competence. You can save the excel file with your self-assessment on your computer, so nothing will be lost.
☑ Intercultural learning
☑ Leadership development
☑ Personal development
☑ Reflection tool
This tool was developed by the European Commission and SALTO as part of the European Training Strategy.
SALTO (Support, Advanced Learning and Training Opportunities for Youth)