Become a Trainer

There are many reasons why people decide to become trainers which include:

1)      Your company wishes to reduce their training costs by training staff members in-house

2)      You wish to develop your career as trainer and become a self-employed consultant

3)      You wish to improve you CV, in this difficult job market

4)      You are trained as an instructor, but your certificate is out of date

 

Samson Training offer a variety of instructor and refresher courses which you may interested in for the reasons listed above.

 

1)      FETAC Train the Trainer

2)      Manual Handling Instructors

3)      Occupational First Aid Instructor

 

1) FETAC Train the Trainer

Do you want a formal qualification to back up your ability to train and influence others? Then the FETAC Train the Trainer course is right for you. This course will provide you with the competency and structure to develop and deliver your own courses, in your chosen field.

2) Manual Handling Instructor

Manual handling is a legislative requirement for all staff, making it one of the most requested training courses. Becoming a manual handling instructor will allow you to train staff in your own organisation and significantly reduce costs. Furthermore, due the demand for this compliance course it is ideal course to offer other companies as a self-employed consultant.

3) Occupational First Aid Instructor

With only five days training you can become an Occupational First Aid Instructor. 1. You need to complete the 3 day occupational first aid course and 2. you need to complete the two day cardiac first responders CFR course. In many work places there is a legal requirement to have a sufficient number of occupational first aiders on site, hence, like Manual Handling, there is high demand for this course.

 

Other instructor courses include:

Patient Handling Instructor

VDU Assessors

Forklift Instructor

 

For more information please contact us: info(at)samsontraining.ie / 01 6599484

 

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