ETR’s Training of Trainers (TOT) is a high-level professional learning process for qualified trainers who will be providing training and capacity-building assistance for evidence-based program (EBP) implementation.
The TOT engages participants in a comprehensive, multi-day distributive learning process that builds the knowledge and skills required to effectively train educators to deliver evidence-based HIV, STD and/or pregnancy prevention programs for adolescents.
This rigorous 4-day workshop includes advanced training on the science of learning, intensive coaching on effective strategies for engaging adult learners, and targeted instruction and practice in training others to deliver a specific curriculum.
“I recently completed my first Training of Trainers with ETR. It was an incredibly well designed and thoughtful process, with emphasis on the ETR Distributive Learning Approach. The pre-assessment and pre-work had us prepared to “dig in” to the training materials and allowed the participants to make the most out of the time we had together to build our skills as trainers. I look forward to the continued support from ETR as we implement our first training of educators.”
—Shannon Lindsay, Training Coordinator
SC Campaign to Prevent Teen Pregnancy
ETR’s TOT instructional designs are research based and include pre-work, a pre-assessment, the in-person skill-development workshop and follow-up support. The TOT is conducted in two parts:
To be effective in achieving intended outcomes, TOT participants must be highly qualified, seasoned trainers who have demonstrated the following:
Those who complete the TOT will receive an ETR certificate of completion. This enables the trainee to:
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