Local Trainer


Conduct training sessions within 50 miles of the Local Chapter.

Specific Qualifications

  • Demonstrated skill in delivering curriculum and facilitating group discussion
  • Effective public speaking and presentation skills
  • Familiarity with performance standards as defined by TTB/CIA
  • Understanding of the principles of education and adult training techniques
  • Familiarity with medical field and hospice
  • Minimum of 200 hours experience at the bedside
  • Strict adherence to TTB/CIA Policies and Code of Conduct
  • Successful completion of TTB/CIA 20‑hour intensive training
  • Completion and submission of TTB/CIA volunteer application and oath of confidentiality
  • Appointment as a TTB/CIA volunteer
  • Successful completion of TTB/CIA Train‑the‑Trainer course
  • Official Certification as a TTB/CIA local Trainer by the National Training Committee
  • Completion and submission of TTB/CIA trainer Code of Conduct


  • Plan and conduct 20‑hour intensive training sessions
  • General Reporting
  • Prepare and submit appropriate expense reports following the completion of training sessions
  • Be an integral part of the local chapter

How to Apply

Please submit a cover letter and resume to Sandy Hatfield, National Training Director, ttbciaatl{at}windstream.net ONLY if you fulfill the Specific Qualifications as shown above.