The role of a Trainer and Assessor requires efficiency, an eye for detail and, most importantly, the ability to lead students to success.
Here are 10 leadership attributes of a Trainer and Assessor, with quotes from those who know the profession well:
Self-efficacy can be defined as a person’s belief in their ability to succeed. Having a full belief in oneself and one’s occupation allows both the Trainer and Assessor and student to feel confident that they, together, can succeed.
“Teach with passion… A passion that comes from an innate place to harness knowledge and nurture skill.”
– Vijia Chain, Ready Health Nursing College CEO and Director of Clinical Governance.
“I believe it is difficult for most people to have a full belief in one’s self. A lot of people have trouble with that for whatever reason. I don’t believe it is necessary to have a full belief in one’s self in order to have a full belief in what you’re doing.
From a point of view of leadership it’s so much easier to lead others; to encourage others; to be a role model for others, if you believe, and if you together believe, in what it is you are trying to achieve.”
– Dr Bryan West, Fortress Learning Managing Director.