Becoming an Instructor
Becoming a mMOET Instructor
The process for becoming a mMOET instructor is highly prescribed. Outstanding candidates on the mMOET course are identified as having instructor potential by the instructors on the course and are invited to become instructors themselves. They then attend a Generic Instructor Course (GIC) that teaches them how to become an instructor. The GIC is based on contemporary theories of adult education drawn from a variety of courses and includes an Educator as a key member of the instructor team.
After successfully completing the GIC, instructor candidates (GIC) must next attend two mMOET courses as an instructor candidate, where they are mentored by senior instructors. If the faculty are satisfied they have met the required standard they are certified as full instructors.
Becoming a GIC Instructor
After teaching on at least four mMOET courses as a full instructor, mMOET instructors are eligible to become GIC instructors. They may apply to attend two GIC courses as a GIC instructor candidate (GIC IC), where they are mentored by senior instructors. If the faculty is satisfied they have me the required standard, they are certified as full instructors.