National Training Directors Committees
National Training Directors’ Committees: Their terms of reference and responsibilities
1. The Certification Coordinator of the ISST will appoint a National Training Directors’ Committee for any country in which there is more than one ISST approved Training Program (and therefore more than one Certified Trainer).
2. A National Training Directors’ Committee should normally have between 3 and 5 members.
3. Recommendations with respect to the membership of a National Training Directors Committee shall initially be made by the Certification Coordinator and must be considered and ratified by the Executive Board.4. The role of a National Training Directors’ Committee is to
Any person who is an ISST Certified Supervisor or Trainer who is living and working in the country in question is eligible for consideration for membership of a National Training Directors’ Committee. This includes those Certified as Supervisors or Trainers in any Certification Category (Individual, Group, Couple, Children and Adolescents). In selecting members of a National Training Directors’ Committee, the Certification Coordinator should:
6. The Certification Coordinator shall appoint a Chairperson. This may be done in consultation with the members of a National Training Directors’ Committee.
7. In the event of voting amongst Training Programs, one vote per program is counted a vote.8. Meetings: A National Training Directors’ Committee should meet at least four times a year (usually online) and keep and publish minutes of these meetings.
9. The Chairperson of a National Training Directors’ Committee is responsible for:
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