In-House Training Guidelines
In-House Training is defined as workshops, seminars or other training offered by employers to their employees.
The training is usually conducted by the employer but may also be delivered by a staff member with the appropriate skills. In some cases, an external person may be engaged to deliver training in a specific area of need or interest.
If you are seeking CECs for In-House Training, you must obtain a letter from your employer, on company letterhead, detailing the following information:
- Company name and address
- Letter date
- Name of exercise professional
- Number of hours of In-House Training completed
- Dates of In-House Training
- A description of the In-House Training including:
- Practical and/or theory components
- Program presenter – name, position and name of organisation/company
- Duration of the program Assessment task(s) if any
- Location of program
- Signature of the centre manager or supervisor
- Name and title of the signatory
NOTE: The provision of In-House Training may be audited.
In the example over the page, the exercise professional would be entitled to a pro-rata allocation of 2 CECs for the 7 hours In-House Training attended.