ATD Master Trainer™ Program

Category: ATD Master Trainer™ Program

Course Description

This unique assessment-based certificate program has expert facilitators working closely with you to help you master all aspects of training delivery. With this program, you will identify areas where you excel, and where you have opportunities for growth. You will benefit from collaborative and concrete training, and then be invited to assess your skills and knowledge.

Proving your ability will earn you the respected title of ATD Master Trainer™. Become part of this exclusive group today. Be properly prepared as the role of the trainer evolves and more is demanded of your talent and time. The ATD Master Trainer™ Program is a unique assessment-based certificate offering that covers the entire process of delivering training, including assessment, preparation, creating a positive learning environment, facilitating learning, and evaluating learning. Grounded in theory and focused on practice and application, this program will develop your professional capacity in this area of expertise.

Who Should Attend

ATD Education programs are designed primarily for learning professionals – trainers, instructional designers, and organizational development practitioners – but also greatly benefit anyone within an organization who is responsible for developing others, from managers to human resources specialists.

ATD strongly recommends participants have at least one to two years of exposure or experience with presenting or training.

Benefit of Attending

  • Industry-recognized certificate – ATD Master Trainer™
  • Connection to a cohort of learning professionals
  • A complete learning prioritization inventory tracking your professional growth in delivering training
  • Access to the ATD comprehensive guide to delivering training
  • Experience with three to four practice deliveries
  • A video of your final training delivery with individualized feedback and analysis
  • A robust participant guide, with tools, resources, and templates to use back on the job