Are you responsible for training in your company? Do you possess required trainer qualifications? Want to become an Internationally Recognized Trainer in your own field of expertise?

Sustainable Business Solutions (SBS) brings professional training qualification for all those wishing to become certified trainers: ‘Level 3 International Award in Delivering Training (IADT)’ is a qualification issued from an internationally accredited body Highfield UK.

Make the best of this opportunity and train your people with learning skills to be effective and competitive.

Qualification Overview

This objective of this qualification is to support a role in the workplace. It is a practical qualification suitable for new and experienced trainers (external and internal) who wish to improve their classroom skills and obtain a training qualification which will enable them to deliver Highfield qualifications (excluding those that require a regulated teaching qualification).

The focus of the qualification is on effective delivery of training, allowing learners to develop planning, preparation and delivery skills, including delivery methods, questioning techniques, time management and management of groups and individuals.


At the end of the course, participants will be able to:

  • Identify the training needs of their learners.
  • Determine training objectives and plan to meet them.
  • Prepare and present training strategies for their learners.
  • Supervise and coach their learners’ progress
  • Give positive and constructive feedback

How is it assessed?

This qualification is assessed by a practical assessment and a self-evaluation report, using the assessment pack. To complete the qualification learners must achieve all learning outcomes.

  • Practical demonstration: Learners must practically demonstrate the delivery of either 1 or 2 micro-teach session(s) totalling 20 to 30 minutes which demonstrates suitable level of achievement against each assessment criteria.
  • Self-evaluation: For the self-evaluation section of the report, learners may either complete this section in written format.

To PASS the qualification, the learner needs to achieve a minimum of 4 – 7 points. A learner can also achieve a MERIT upon getting 8-13 points and a DISTINCTION upon getting 14-15 points. Learners gain these points, based on where the tutor places their performance in reference to the assessment criteria and the standard’s description on the record sheet.

Learning Outcomes Assessment Criteria
The candidate will The candidate can
1. Be able to plan and prepare a training session 1.1 Prepare for effective training delivery

1.2 Select delivery methods and resources to meet the needs of the subject and learners

1.3 Prepare a simple timed session plan

2. Be able to deliver a training session 2.1 Select and demonstrate effective delivery strategies

2.2 Effectively use resources

2.3 Demonstrate effective assessment strategies during delivery

3. Be able to evaluate a training session 3.1 Evaluate training delivery

3.2 Identify areas for future development

Indicative content
1.1 Prepare for training delivery

  • Ice breakers, health and safety considerations and ground rules
  • Practicalities and resources (venue, equipment etc.)

1.2 Select delivery methods and resources to meet the needs of the subject and learners

  • Using a course specification
  • How to use training materials and resources to plan for training delivery
  • Identifying key content in a training programme
  • Adapting pre-prepared course materials and delivery methods to prepare a simple timed plan.

2.1 Select and demonstrate effective delivery strategies

  • Communication and developing rapport with learners
  • Asking questions
  • Adapting training during delivery to achieve learning outcomes and time management (for example to meet time constraints)
  •  Individual and group management

2.2 Effectively use resources

  • Different resources
  • Use of resources (either those provided or developed)

2.3 Demonstrate effective assessment strategies during delivery

  • Importance of initial, formative and summative assessment
  • Examples of initial, formative and summative assessment methods

3.1 Self-evaluation of own delivery against set criteria

3.2 Identification of areas for future improvement

Why Sustainable Business Solutions

We closely work with world’s leading awarding bodies and offer Pakistan’s widest range of internationally accredited professional qualifications in various areas. SBS has delivered 20,000+ man-days of internationally accredited trainings and trained more than 10,000 professionals.

Our clients are based not only in Pakistan but we provide services to various organizations located in USA, UK, Switzerland, Australia, Qatar, Jordan and Iran. We have completed projects for organizations like USAID, ILO, GIZ, Novartis, GlaxoSmithKline and AstraZeneca.

Trainer Profile

Trainer is educated to Masters Level from UK followed by 15 years of diversified experience in Pakistan and Middle East. He is a Professional Trainer with teaching qualifications from Australia and UK. He has successfully delivered more than 15,000 man-days of Internationally Accredited trainings; both in Pakistan and overseas.

His recent assignments involved training of personnel from organizations like PPL, OMV, MOL, eni, POL, PSO, Mobilink, Telenor, Zong, Exterran, Fatima Fertilizer, Lalpir Power, ADB, TNB, PARCO, KAPCO, General Electric, Engro, K-Electric, Reon Energy, Pak Navy, NUST, USAID, BFZ, OGDCL, Pakarab Fertilizer etc.

Training Location: Lahore/Karachi/Islamabad (Public/In-House/Online Training)