Attend a new instructor orientation with the PSC Director and campus HR Manager upon hire, and prior to teaching the first class.
Provide copies of your resume with academic degrees as well as current applicable professional licenses, certifications, and/or designations to be kept on file in the PSC office.
Attend all PSC faculty or unit meetings.
Participate in PSC promotional events and needs assessment meetings with prospective clients as requested by the PSC Director.
Utilize PSC training materials as presented and return these materials after the last class session.
Conduct all classes as specified in the course outline with respect to course outcomes, topics, and timeframes. Facilitate instruction using active learning methods avoiding excessive use of lecture.
Submit a supplemental syllabus (if required) for the course before the start of the first class.
Provide training for the total hours required of the course. In the event of a missed class the trainer in conjunction with PSC staff will arrange for a make-up schedule or substitute trainer if necessary.
Avoid class cancellations. In the event a substitute instructor is needed, arrangements must be made beforehand. All substitutes must be pre-approved by the PSC Director.
Provide reasonable out-of-class assistance to students when requested.
Participate in the curriculum feedback, update, and revision process with the System Office as needed.
Develop post-training Tip Sheets and pre- and post-assessments for each course delivered as needed.
Participate in the ongoing trainer/faculty development process within the college as requested.
Review post-assessment results and outcomes results received from trainees with the PSC Director.
Conduct all classes as specified in the PSC course outline with respect to textbooks and resources.
Utilize the pre-assessment feedback received from trainees to customize the learning experience based on the level and needs of attendees, when applicable.
Trainers should submit any supplemental instructional materials prior to the start of the class; these materials will be archived in the course folder and available to other PSC trainers.
If a course leads to third-party certification or license, the trainer will work with the PSC staff to utilize the Readiness Evaluation tools to prepare individuals for the actual test.
Trainers will utilize PSC training materials as presented and return hardcopy materials (charts, video, guides and instructor texts) at the end of the program.
New Program Course Requirements
New programs and courses must be approved by the Director of Curriculum at the System Office. The submission for new courses includes:
• Completed PSC Course Outline
• Facilitator Guide with detailed instructor notes
• PowerPoint presentation
• Participant Guide or textbook recommendation
• Content for Pre- and Post-Assessments
• Readiness Exam questions and answer key (if applicable)