Course DELIVERY

 The course delivery is the most important act of all processes. We would like to bring to your attention the following:

  • Instructors are expected to be in training locations:
    • First day: At least 30 minutes before course starting time.
    • Following days: At least 15 minutes before course starting time.
  • Instructors are expected to bring their own laptops.
  • Instructors are expected to dress officially (at least the first day of training). Please note that "dress officially" does NOT mean "suite and tie". Dressing "professionally" is good enough
  • Dress code should be taken into account the culture and religious sensitivity of participants.
  • Cover the material of the day(s) assigned FULLY. This is especially important when you're assigned part/portion of a program.
  • Most of the time, we do not have enough information about the background and expertise level of participant(s). So instructor is expected to increase/decrease level of training depth by interviewing participant(s) or observation during the first day of the course.
  • Each instructor is free to set their own training/break duration/schedule. However, we encourage instructors NOT to exceed one (1) hour of training continously. Breaks are encouraged, but limited to 10-15 minutes only.
  • Instructors are expected to take the attendance daily and submit to training administration at the end of course completion. If a participant is continously late or absent, please inform the training administration to take necessary action.
  • Some of clients may ask for pre/post-assessment. In this case, instructor(s) expected to prepare, conduct assessment and report the results. Please ask for such actions if it's related to course you may conduct.
  • Some of the clients may want a report about course conduct and participant(s). In this case, instructor(s) expected to prepare and report accordingly.
  • Each instructor is invited to join offerings (such as lunch or tour programs) by the training center. However, if you have any commitments, you may leave after completing your course delivery.