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How do I Become a Trainer?


How do I Become a Trainer?

If you are interested in becoming a UKROEd licenced trainer, the first thing you need to do is to satisfy yourself that you meet the trainer qualifications and profile. Application forms and job descriptions can be obtained from any one of our course providers.

You will have to approach an existing licenced course provider to be engaged by that course provider to receive training. UKROEd do not train trainers at the moment. If you are satisfied you meet the qualifications, you should contact one or more of the training providers you would be interested in working for to pursue your interest.

To find out details of NDORS course providers, please go to the course locations page of our website, and select the type of course you wish to be a trainer for, and then type your location or postcode, and this will show you the details of the course provider in those areas and how to contact them.

If the course provider is interested in your application, they may ask the you to complete the UKROEd application form based on a job description and person specification for the specific course you wish to become a trainer for, together with any additional information that course provider asks for. If you meet the requirements you will  have to attend a specific course delivered by a licensed instructor. If successful you will be invited to apply for a licence and to be placed on the UKROEd register of licensed trainers. Initially you will be given a provisional licence and will be assessed by UKROEd regarding your competence to deliver a live course.  Once successfully assessed, the provisional licence (lasting for six months) is converted into a full licence for two years and a re-assessment will take place before the expiry of a full licence.  Once licensed, you are allowed to deliver the specific NDORS course you have been trained for.  A trainer can only deliver the course content to offenders and must not be used to train other trainers. There are some potential freelance trainers who are not committed to any particular course provider that are also licensed trainers. Licencing provides course providers the facility to employ these trainers as and when required.


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