CIG Train-the-Trainers Course
April 24-28, 2023
Government House and Edwardian Gardens
4607 Dewdney Avenue
Regina, SK, Canada S4T 1B7
Instructor: Jane Beattie
The CIG Train-the-Trainers (formerly CIT) workshop is designed to improve your skills as a trainer using NAI's Certified Interpretive Guide (CIG) curriculum. Once you take the class and pass the credential requirements for CIT, you can use NAI's curriculum and certify staff and volunteers at your own site or serve as a contractor to sites without a trainer on staff. This workshop is required for those who want to teach the CIG curriculum.
Participants to this course must have previously taken the CIG course and become certified or have the CHI certification. If you do not have these certifications, but would still like to be considered based on your experience, please contact Kat Jackson at firstname.lastname@example.org.
During the first two days of the workshop, we'll provide an annotated instructor's version of the CIG course. Then we move on to material that helps you become a better facilitator and evaluator. You will evaluate CIG students through watching videotaped presentations. We also provide a detailed orientation to the paperwork requirements for CIG instructors. On the last day, you'll present a 20-minute training segment that is videotaped.
Because this workshop is designed for those wanting to teach the CIG curricula, participants must be eligible for certification at the professional CIT level. Evidence of eligibility
must be provided in the form of a transcript (not diploma) from a four-year degree program related to interpretation or a letter from a supervisor
indicating at least four years of work experience in the field or a personal self-employment affidavit
COVID VACCINATION REQUIREMENT
In order to best protect our instructors, participants and NAI we are now requiring proof of vaccination as part of the registration process
for attendance at this in person workshop. If you are unable to provide documentation, please feel free to attend our next virtual offering of this course.
For more information on the site, please contact please contact staff at email@example.com
Please note: if you do not follow the steps below you will be denied access to register for this course.
To attend this workshop, please use the following steps:
1. As you can see below, you currently cannot register for this course. Instead you are prompted to click “next”.
2. Send proof of vaccination (photo/scan of vaccination card, letter from doctor, etc.) to NAI at firstname.lastname@example.org
3. Once the documentation has been approved, you will receive notification from NAI that you can now register.
4. Be sure to sign into your account at www.interpnet.com
and then return to course page.
5. Once your paperwork has been approved, you should be able to register and pay through the course website.
Due to the nature of the pandemic and how this is one of the first face to face workshops we have offered since 2020, please register but do not purchase any plane tickets or non-refundable travel plans until at least one month before the workshop. For more information contact NAI at email@example.com
The training will take place at Government House & Edwardian Gardens in Regina, Saskatchewan. Lodging is available in Regina, the closest hotels to Government House is the Residence Inn by Marriott Extended-Stay Regina, Saskatchewan Hotels in Canada | Residence Inn Regina (marriott.com)
, Four Points by Sheraton Hotel in Saskatchewan, Canada | Four Points by Sheraton Regina (marriott.com)
, Delta Hotels by Marriott Find Hotel Deals and Offers (marriott.com)
, and the Hotel Saskatchewan Hotel in Regina, Saskatchewan | The Hotel Saskatchewan, Autograph Collection (marriott.com)
. There are many other hotels and a number of bed and breakfast establishments. See the Regina Hotel Association Home - Stay In Regina | Hotels, Conferences, Tradeshows, and Special Events
for more details.
Please note that the Residence Inn is the only hotel within walking distance of Government House, all others require transportation.
Though this may change due to COVID-19, our typical protocol is to provide mid morning and mid afternoon snacks each day. Evening meals are on your own.
The closest airport major airport is the Regina International Airport which is about five minutes from the training site. Please do not plan to leave our course any earlier than 5 PM on April 28 to catch your flight.
Registration and More Information
The workshop provides the opportunity to complete two of the requirements for the CIT credential. You will have the chance to work with others to complete the open book exam and you will also complete your videotaped presentation. The remaining requirements include an essay exam and two outlines of training sessions you have presented in your career (could be from a regional or national workshop, in-house training for your agency, teacher training, or a university or college class).
Special Terms and Cancellation
Cancellations must be made in writing and emailed, postmarked, or faxed. Emailed cancellations should be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org
. Cancellations cannot be made by phone. Cancellations processed before March 24, 2023 will be subject to a $100 cancellation fee. Cancellations made after this date will not receive a refund.
No refunds will be given after March 24, 2023.
Do not continue if you have not received confirmation from NAI that your proof of vaccination has been approved.