IRWA Course Instructors
In serving the educational & professional development needs of its members, IRWA ensures that courses meet the highest quality standards by enforcing the most stringent criteria for all course Instructors. IRWA Course Instructors are experts & professionals in the subjects they instruct. This means they have the experience to answer the most challenging questions, and because they are independent contractors (and not IRWA employees), they are able to provide real-world solutions to real-world problems.
QualificationsInstructing an IRWA course is a privilege extended on a contractual basis to active and qualified members of the Association.
All Instructors possess a college degree or have professional education/training in the discipline in which applying to instruct, or are currently working as a Instructor in good standing for an organization, association, college or university.
Instructors must document that they have five years of recent, active experience in the subject matter of the course, as well as past teaching experience (within the past five years) with adult learning/training experience, public speaking engagements, and/or seminar presentations.
Instructors must complete the "IRWA Instructor Clinic".
All active Instructors must have documented evidence of having successfully completed or audited the IRWA course(s) they instruct.
Course PowerPoint Presentations Download for Instructors
For Audit and Self-audit Request Forms, please contact the Curriculum Coordinator at firstname.lastname@example.org or at (310) 538-0233 ext. 124