Who can do this role?
A Trainer Reviewer can be any adult over 18 years old, but must already be an experienced
Girlguiding Trainer Qualication Tutor.
Do I need a qualication?
To become a Trainer Reviewer, and support Trainer Qualication Tutors and Prospective Trainers
undertaking their Trainer Qualication, you must have completed the Girlguiding Trainer Qualication
and have had experience as a Girlguiding Tutor.
You will be required to attend a Trainer Reviewer training session, and to keep your skills up to date by
attending ongoing training and networking events with other Trainer Reviewers and Tutors.
What is the purpose of this role?
A Trainer Reviewer is responsible for overseeing one or more active Trainer Qualication Tutors, helping
them to support their Prospective Trainers to achieve their Trainer Qualication. A Trainer Reviewer is
an inspiring Tutor, who is able to provide support and advice to a Tutor using acquired knowledge and
experience. You will be appointed to the role by your Chief Commissioner.
What will I do in the role?
The list below outlines the general responsibilities of a Trainer Reviewer, but you will be working within
a wider team and responsibilities may vary.
zz Support one or more Trainer Qualication Tutors to ensure their Prospective Trainers acquire all the
necessary skills and knowledge to complete the Trainer Qualication.
zz Meet face to face and/or over the phone or Skype to provide support and feedback to Tutors.
zz Maintain good communication with the Tutors for whom they are responsible, providing advice and
feedback as appropriate.
zz Ensure that each Tutor and Prospective Trainer meets the requirements of the qualication,
reviewing all submissions.
zz Evaluate the Tutor’s progress regularly, providing feedback on their performance in the role.
zz Review the Tutor’s Personal Development Plan at least annually to identify any potential
zz Motivate, support and encourage the Tutor in their role, and the Prospective Trainer in successfully
gaining their qualication.
Being part of your local guiding area
zz Be part of a local Girlguiding community, by attending local Leader meetings and maintaining a good
relationship with other volunteers.
zz Develop and maintain clear communications with the local Commissioner, if required.
zz Promote local, national and international opportunities available within guiding as well as externally,
and encourage young members to take part.
zz Keep up to date with new resources and programme initiatives, and use them as appropriate.
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