DI Trainer Qualifications

What does it take be a Time To Teach trainer?

We are rapidly becoming the leader in continuing education and staff development for teachers, schools, and districts in America and abroad. To keep up with the demand for our nationally acclaimed Time To Teach programs, we are seeking highly talented and focused educators.

Trainer Qualifications:

  • Quality presentation skills
  • Background in education
  • Good writing skills
  • Professionalism
  • Excellent communication
  • Entrepreneurial spirit to grow your business
  • A self-starter
  • Bachelor’s degree required
  • Passion to help students and teachers thrive

Can you picture yourself presenting the Time To Teach DI strategies to a large group of teachers (like Eric to the left with his class of Honolulu teachers)?  Our trainings are a full day and require our trainers to be professional, passionate about teaching, and have a personality that other educators can relate to.

Many ask if you have to be a teacher. Great question. You do not have to be a current teacher, but it is required that you have had some experience in a classroom setting, this could be K-12, a university, community college, preschool, summer camps, or church groups. Audiences connect with presenters who have been there, done that, and have been “in the trenches.”

Trainers have a flexible schedule and can take advantage of the opportunity to work when, where, and how much they wish (i.e. evenings, weekends, personal days, spring and summer breaks, etc.).

Placement is competitive and we accept outstanding, accomplished educators.  If you fit this description of excellence, please contact us immediately.  Join our current elite team (like the picture to the right of our trainers working together on story telling techniques)!

P.S.  Everyone has a different reason for becoming a trainer, but they all have one thing in common and that is they contacted us. We believe in you, so give us a try.