ToT Model for a New Trainer
Minimum 80% score is the passing criteria for both domain skills and platform skills assessments to become a Certified Trainer. Those who clear both the assessment (with at least 80% score) get certified as a ‘Trainer’ in their area of domain. Declaration of results and issue of letters/certificate (as applicable) to be completed within seven days of assessments
Assessment Strategy: Below is the recommended assessment strategy – Domain skills: as decided by THSC
Platform skill assessment must include formative and summative assessments.
The Formative assessment is a process of measuring participant’s performance during training. Formative assessment includes a range of formal and informal assessment procedures conducted by Master Trainers during the learning process to improve participants learning. The summative assessment evaluates participant’s
learning at the end of an instructional unit by comparing it against some standard or benchmark, conducted by third party assessment agency. Summative assessment measures result of the training program.
ToT assessment final score must be a combination of above two type of evaluation methods. The weight of formative and summative assessment is as per the discretion of the respective SSCs.
Provisional Authorization: is for participants who do not clear both assessment with desired passing marks (i.e. score 70% – 79%).
Provisional authorization is a time-bound approval which is valid for six months, for conducting training on the ground. During these six months, a trainer with provisional authorization would have to clear re- assessment with desired passing criteria to become a Certified Trainer. Post 6 months, the provisional authorization would be invalid.