Our Train the Trainer course has been awarded MNTB Recognition

Following a comprehensive review of the MSA Train the Trainer course and its submission, we are delighted to have been awarded MNTB Course Recognition.

 

MNTB Course Recognition is open to in-house or public courses delivered anywhere in the world. Through the scheme, the MNTB formally recognise training courses that are effective, quality assured and answer specific needs within the maritime industry.

 

Achieving recognition aligns the course with the MNTB’s well-respected brand and autonomy, allowing it to carry a globally recognised MNTB ‘quality mark’ on all materials. This significantly enhances its profile and credibility in the marketplace.

 

At the same time, having access to rigorous and highly detailed expert evaluation is a very effective way of improving the quality of the training.

 

The scheme is ISO9001 accredited and has the full involvement and support of the UK Chamber of Shipping, the trade association for the UK shipping industry.

 

Mark Jaenicke say: We are thrilled to have been awarded the MNTB course recognition for our Train the Trainer course as the process was extremely thorough and proved the competence of our procedures and of the instructors. This gives us full confidence in the quality we are delivering as well showing the industry we have a reputable course on offer.

 

The Train the Trainer is a three day course aimed at giving the students the necessary knowledge and skills to enable them to research, design, prepare and deliver short professional courses for maritime people working, or wishing to work, within the maritime industry.

The course will concentrate on the learning styles of students and the reasons for tutors to develop a range of delivery strategies. The first day will also include discussion about possible sources of quality information and the range of methods that could be employed in assembling the information into a suitable learning structure.

For more information or to book onto the course, please click here.