ISWP Trainer Recognition Certificate

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Background:  The ISWP Trainer Recognition Certificate is available in 3 different levels:  Basic, Intermediate and Managers and Stakeholders. This certificate recognizes trainers who completed the WHO WSTP Training of Trainers (WSTPtot) or a similar process. You can find more information here: https://wheelchairnetwork.org/wp-content/uploads/2019/05/ISWP-Trainer-Development-Pathway-212.pdf 

Intended Users: The trainer recognition certificate is intended for all clinicians, educators, mangers, technicians and community workers who have gone through the WHO WSTP Training of Trainers (WSTPtot) and/or have multiple years of experience teaching wheelchair service provision in line with the WHO WSTP Training of Trainers (WSTPtot) materials. 

Trainee/co-trainee Competency Assessment (TCA) Form: The TCA is used to assess the competency and skill of new WSTP trainers in leading WSTP trainings at different levels.  It is based on 8 competencies (should we list?)  The tool, which uses a 3-point scale (describe the scale), was developed in concert with the WHO WSTPt materials and validated by an expert panel of 9 individuals from 5 different countriesA paper describing the development of the program is available:  here 

Process for becoming a ISWP Recognized Trainer – Basic Level
  • If you went through the WHO WSTP  Training of Trainers (ToT) – Basic Level training then submit the following supporting documents (either through this link or send to Krithika Kandavel at [email protected]):

– TCA from WHO WSTP ToT -Basic Level

– TCA from co-training/s at the basic level

  • If you did not go through the WHO WSTP ToT – Basic Level training, submit the following supporting documents (either through this link or send to Krithika Kandavel at [email protected]):

– Provide evidence of leading basic level trainings – topics covered, how many were trained, etc. 

– Provide wheelchair service provision certificates/degrees. 

– Latest resume 

Process for becoming a ISWP Recognized Trainer – Intermediate Level
  • If you went through the WHO WSTP  Training of Trainers (ToT) – Intermediate Level training then submit the following supporting documents (either through this link or send to Krithika Kandavel at [email protected]):

  • – TCA from WHO WSTP ToT – Intermediate Level- TCA from co-training/s at the Intermediate level

  • If you did not go through the WHO WSTP ToT – Intermediate Level training, submit the following supporting documents (either through this link or send to Krithika Kandavel at [email protected]):

– Provide evidence of leading intermediate level trainings – topics covered, how many were trained, etc. 

– Provide wheelchair service provision certificates/degrees. 

– Latest resume 

Process for becoming a ISWP Recognized Trainer – Managers and Stakeholders Level
Begin Work towards the ISWP Recognized Trainer Certificate – Manager & Stakeholder Level
  • If you went through the WHO WSTP  Training of Trainers (ToT) – Managers and Stakeholders Level training then submit the following supporting documents (either through this link or send to Krithika Kandavel at [email protected]):

    • – TCA from WHO WSTP ToT – Managers and Stakeholders Level- TCA from co-training/s at the Managers and Stakeholders Level

  • If you did not go through the WHO WSTP ToT – Managers and Stakeholders Level training, submit the following supporting documents (either through this link or send to Krithika Kandavel at [email protected]):

  • – Provide evidence of leading Managers and Stakeholders Level level trainings – topics covered, how many were trained, etc. – Provide wheelchair service provision certificates/degrees. – Latest resume