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Professional Certified Trainer

This course provides practical guidance, knowledge, and skills on how to design and deliver effective training programs. Participants will learn how to write and develop training session plans and materials, how to assess participants' performance, and how to develop and use training techniques to meet the needs of participants.

Obtaining the PCT may qualify participants to work as a part-time instructor at the School of Continuing Education's Career Development Department, in addition to other requirements, qualifications, and experience. 

Admission Requirements:

  • Bachelor's degree
  • Pass the Standardized English Proficiency Test (SEPT) and score course ENGGB2A.
  • Passing ENGGB1D does not in itself qualify learners to apply for PCT.
  • Good knowledge of the PC applications (Microsoft Office – Word and PowerPoint) and ability to use the Internet
Code  Title CEUs*   Prerequisite(s)      


Professional Certified Trainer

  • Module 1: Adult Learning
  • Module 2: Training Design
  • Module 3: Presentation and Facilitation skills
  • Module 4: Presentation Methods and Managing Training
  • Module 5: Assessment of Learning Outcomes
  • Module 6: Return on Investment in Training
  • Module 7: Reflective Training Practice Final Project



*One continuing education unit equals 10 contact hours.

Course Assessment

Trainees are assessed throughout the term by assignments (lesson plans, observation tasks, practical teaching practice, and written reflections) and a written exit test. The final grade is, therefore, an accumulation of continuous and achievement assessments, for which the minimum accepted score is 70 percent. While absence does not influence the grade, it does influence the performance of the trainees.
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