Instructor Courses

WCTS can develop your experts into professional instructors.  We teach basic curriculum design and instill a systems approach to learning through the academically recognized phases for the Analyze, Design, Develop, Implement and Evaluate training process.  Students will learn how to be a professional instructor in a classroom environment, build confidence for public speaking, and further advance to master how to develop, coordinate, plan, set-up, and evaluate practical training for both skill sets and scenario based training in their field of expertise.  WCTS mentors will teach the professional trainee about the fundamentals of communication, the different types of learners, and questioning techniques. Each student will develop a short lesson, practice presenting new materials, and plan and organize an incident scenario.  They will develop grading criteria and learn to train and mentor before strictly evaluating.  After completing the courses, the now unit instructor, will have the basic skills to adapt any topic in their expertise, into a well planned and formatted lesson with academic and objective standards.

For a more focused requirement, WCTS can deliver Train the Trainer courses for most of the knowledge and skills associated with our expertise. We recommend that your most experience and qualified personnel are nominated for all of the Instructor or Train the Trainer courses.

Knowledge Areas

  • Professional Instructor Development
  • Adult Learners
  • Curriculum Design
  • Presentations
  • Exam taking
  • Practical Exercises/Labs
  • Practical Assessments
  • Training Aids
  • Support
  • Role Players

Dependent upon the type of training being delivered WCTS C-IED training includes some or all of the following areas of competence:

  • Basic Classroom Instructor
  • Practical/Field Instructor
  • Train the Trainer