Tools for Instructor-led Training
NHI offers a wide variety of resources to help instructors prepare for and effectively facilitate transportation trainings
NHI relies on quality instructors to deliver engaging transportation training that provides professionals with the skills and knowledge to excel at their jobs.
Instructors who work with NHI are experts in their fields and mentors in the classroom. They are Federal employees and contractors from across the country.
An Instructor-led Training (ILT) is an in-person training conducted by an instructor in a classroom setting. ILT sessions are held in locations nationwide.
Resources for NHI Instructor-Led Trainings
Instructor Session Checklist
Checklist to outline responsibilities, interaction, and timelines to be used by instructors in dealing
with the NHI host and administrative material.
Outlines the various ways to accommodate participants with disabilities in areas of accessibility of training room and facilities,
clarity of visual aids, speaking techniques, and flexibility.
This guide reflects NHI's belief that effective adult education is a continual process of understanding the needs of the adult learner,
preparing for training, conducting training, and following up with post-training reviews.
Printing Specifications for Certificates
Use the fonts and font-sizes specified in this template to ensure your Certificates of
Training are cohesive with the NHI brand.
NHI Instructor Certification
NHI offers an Instructor Certification program to oversee and continuously improve the quality of instructor skills and application of adult instructional techniques.
The Instructor Certification Policy provides interested candidates with detailed information explaining the Instructor
NHI offers its instructor development course (IDC) in three formats. Both the 3.5-day
and 4.5-day Instructor-led Trainings (ILT)
deliver essential adult learning principles and follow the same general curriculum.
NHI recommends the 4.5-day ILT for individuals serving on a course development team or serving as subject matter experts
during course development. The longer format provides additional time for developing lesson plans and writing learning outcomes.
NHI also offers the IDC as a Web-conference Training, which combines live online sessions taught by an instructor, with self-paced modules
in a blended-learning format. This training can be accessed from any computer with an internet connection, and is designed to teach instructors who have
taken the instructor-led version of the IDC to effectively deliver web-conference training using NHI software.