How Do I Become a FITS Trainer?

At The FITS Foundation we provide several levels of training to both technical and non-technical staff in educational establishments, some of which are accredited through the SQA (Scottish Qualifications Authority). These training courses are delivered either through training partner organisations or through training consultants working on a freelance basis for us and are covered by our FITS Foundation Services Agreement.

To become a trainer you are required to attend the train-the-trainer course applicable to the course you will be training and sit and pass the examination. We currently have two main levels of FITS training, Practitioner and Advanced, both of which include an NVQ equivalent examination. To deliver both courses you would need to attend both train-the-trainers courses and pass the relevant examination.

Following completion of the train-the-trainer course and successfully passing the relevant examination, you then deliver your first course where your presentation is assessed by our training manager. If that goes well you are then accepted as an accredited FITS trainer.

The cost to you to become a trainer is just £500 plus vat for each course to cover our costs. If you are interested in becoming a trainer or require more information then please contact me in the first instance.

Trevor Greenfield
Chief Executive
The FITS Foundation

Telephone: 01562 740695

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