Train the Technical / OJT Trainer
This one day, instructor-led course is designed to provide knowledge, skills, practice, and evaluation of technical/OJT training skills.
Your purchase includes presentation slides, instructor notes, and participant handout, along with 11 activities used throughout the day.
(Please note: This course requires the purchase of additional supplies that are not included with the course, nor sold by JGTA.)
What makes our course different from other trainer qualification courses?
1. It’s the only course targeted to technical personnel. It’s specifically designed for people who provide 1-on-1 training in GMP operational environments, to provide the skills and knowledge needed to effectively transfer operational skills and knowledge.
2. It’s the most cost-effective option! Other courses run 3-5 days and cost $1,000 or more – ours saves both time and money, while still providing the skills and knowledge needed to provide effective OJT.
3. It works! With an in-class skill assessment, you’ll have documentation that attendees can use the knowledge and skills learned in the course.
Interested in a preview?
Download the full Train the Technical/OJT Trainer Course Outline, including target audience and learning objectives.
A sampling of participant comments & feedback:
“I have attended similar courses in the past, and this was the best!”
“I have a degree in secondary education and teaching experience, and I was previously a qualified GMP trainer with a large pharmaceutical company, but still took some things away from this class.”
“This class was great – I’ll definitely use these skills while giving OJT training.”
“I really like that it was not a solid lecture. That incited me to pay attention and I got a lot more out of it.”
“Interactive, entertaining and informative course.”
“This was a very good course! I did not know what to expect, and it was not what I expected – but that is a good thing, because I really did have a lot of take-home information in how to apply these activities/techniques to the department’s current training plans.”