Train the Trainer
This short (one day) training session, has been designed for people who have practical experience or knowledge in their professional life but have never been involved in teaching.
This interactive course will also be of interest to individuals who wish to learn more about learning styles and how to become more effective communicators.
Completion of this course can lead to you joining the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators Approved Faculty List.
If you would like to become involved in CIArb's professional Education & Training programme or simply wish to develop the way you impart information to an audience this may be the course for you.
If you wish to register for our career development course then please contact our Education and Training team.
Tutor: Ms Pauline Makepeace LL.B, PGCE, MCIArb and assisted by Angie Papa MCIArb (Business Development Manager).
Pauline Makepeace trained as a teacher in further and higher education and worked for 3 years at Reading College of Technology. She became a full-time tutor for the College of Estate Management 1989. She oversees all of the law teaching within the College.
She is also involved with the work of the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators. She is Chairman of the Education and Membership Committee, a member of the Examination Board, and a member of the Board of Management.
She has been a member of the NAEA (now NFOPP) Examination Board since its inception in 1989 and has helped in the development of all of their training and assessment.
Gain 5 CPD points.
"Train the Trainer Course is an essential tool in the kitbag of anyone who wishes to participate in the training of prospective arbitration trainers. The Course is another aspect of the Institute's work that enables it to ensure that the high standards expected from its courses are maintained. It not only enhances and tests your teaching skills but also your knowledge of the practice area. I highly recommend this course. It will surprise you as to how much you will learn from the exercise!"
Rashda Rana FCIArb
Last Updated: 01 September 2014