IITD Trainers Skills Certificate - QQI (FETAC) Level 6 Component Award in Training Delivery & Evaluation (6N3326)

Start Date Location Duration
11/08/2022 DELIVERED - ONLINE 4 Class Days Express Interest
26/10/2022 DELIVERED - ONLINE 4 Class Days Express Interest
16/11/2022 DELIVERED - ONLINE 4 Class Days Express Interest

Course details

IITD Trainer Skills Certificate

QQI Level 6 - Training Delivery and Evaluation Component Award (6N3326 - 15 ECTS Credits)


Next programmes commence:

August 11th, 2022 (Particpants must attend an online induction session on August 4th, 12.30pm to 1.00pm)

October 26th, 2022 (Particpants must attend an online induction session on October 19th, 12.30pm to 1.00pm)

November 16th, 2022 (Particpants must attend an online induction session on November 9th, 12.30pm to 1.00pm)


This is your opportunity for growth.


Why not learn new skills with our Trainer Skills Certificate module and begin your journey to achieving a full QQI Level 6 qualification? Read on to find out what you will learn.


Introduction - Who should complete this programme?

Are you new to training? Or need to gain a recognised training qualification? This programme provides participants with the necessary knowledge, skills and confidence to undertake training deliver and to evaluate relevant training activities.

Please Note: 
This component award is Module 2 of the IITD Professional Practice Certificate in Training & Development.



Learning Outcomes

At the end of this module, participants will be able to:

  • Identify the characteristics of an effective trainer

  • Be able to create an effective classroom (and virtual classroom) training environment

  • Develop lesson plans

  • Be able to overcome issues concerned with equality, diversity and disability

  • Understand group dynamics in a learning environment

  • Choose and develop relevant learning aids and materials

  • Identify the most appropriate learning environment for your learning objectives

  • Adopt an appropriate approach to suit your learners and the environment

  • Provide feedback

  • Be able to utilise a range of learning aids and tools

  • Facilitate learning transfer

  • Identify, explain and assess a range of learning evaluation models, techniques and approaches

  • Devise an effective evaluation process and tools, and develop an evaluation report 

  • Identify types of learner assessments and their advantages and disadvantages


Structure and Content of Programme

  • Adult learning / Training Objectives
  • Roles & Competences of the Trainer
  • Preparing & Delivering Training.
  • Learning Assessment & Training Evaluation.

The programme content comprises four sections and is delivered in a highly participative and practical manner. A range of learning methods and approaches will be used to promote the practical application of theoretical concepts covered.


Typical running order of a day on the IITD Trainer Skills Certificate:
9am Pre-class check and assigning of pre-class work
10am Online class
12pm Post class exercise
1pm Lunch
2pm - 4pm Online class




Students will review theoretical concepts surrounding the systematic approach to training and apply these in practical situations. Programme assessment methods include: Maintaining a learner record, project, skills demonstration. Deadline for final submissions are typically three weeks after completion of the programme. 


QQI (FETAC) Level 6 Component Award 

In conjunction with the IITD Trainers Skills Certificate, successful participants will be awarded a QQI (FETAC) Level 6 Training Delivery & Evaluation Component Award (6N3326)

This programme is designed to ensure that assessment standards implemented by IITD are aligned to those required of the (QQI) FETAC award. This facilitates a streamlined and user-friendly process for programme tutors and participants.


Cost of programme:  

€495 to participants eligible for Trainers Learning Skillnet (TLS) funding

€795 for non-members



For more information or to register your interest, please call 045 881166.

Applicants for the Professional Practice Certificate candidates must:

Be at least 18 years of age by 1 January of the year of application; 

Hold a Leaving Certificate/FETAC level 5 qualification or equivalent (it is assumed that participants will have an underlying foundational working knowledge/experience/interest in L&D and/or training).

All applicants whose first language is not English must have attained IELTS Level 6 or the equivalent TOEFL score 

PLEASE NOTE: This course will be delivered online. Applicants must have access to a computer, stable WiFi, camera, speakers and microphone.


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