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Are Certification really necessary be be a Trainer

3 perspectives: 

1. Most of the certifications offered by International Training Co's. certifies one in the delivery of their offerings i.e. that Certification is valid for delivering only their particular IPR deliveries. Usually these are marketed by their team / franchisees. YOU REALLY SHOULDN'T PAY ANY MONEY /CHARGE FOR THESE CERTIFICATIONS (if they ask for payment then this is a harmful business model and usually Franchisees are known to make additional amounts thus!)... NOTE: BTW you can't deliver these programs under your own brand and it has to be routed through them. 

2. A few agencies claim that they certify Trainers in general training skills.... this is NOT REQUIRED IN INDIA. You really don't get any business with such certifications if you can't deliver an effective training program. However if you wish to learn, enhance or polish your skills, then you may want to look at these options. 

3. The third is International Certifying Bodies: 
ASTD, ICF, IAF etc. …

"The Learn Fest" - 1st Annual Conference of Trainers April 27, 2012 at 8:00 AM - April 28, 2012 at 5:30 PM

"The Learn Fest” organised by Trainers Forum. Online details & registration: http://trainers-forum.webs.com/
Program Schedule: Friday, April 27 Day 1 8.00 – 9.30 am – Breakfast & Registration
9.30 to 11.00 am – [Session A] INAUGURAL SESSION - Keynote address by Dr T V Rao (Plenary) Panel Discussion: Why do I need a Trainer when I have Google? Panelist: Ritu Raj, Lupin | R Venkattesh - Head HR, DCB Moderator: Suchitra Bhaskar, Head L&D, Crisil
11.30 to 1.00 pm – [Session B] CONCURRENT SESSIONS (please choose one) Demystifying Research ? Ashish Pande Magic in Training - Bhupesh Dave Using Facilitation in Training - Jawad Khan Autopilot Thinking: How to get out of it? - R Sridhar

Mapping Audience by Ajit Kamath.wmv