Te Pou offers training for people to become outcome trainers within their organisation using a train the trainer model. You can find out more about this approach in the outcomes training model and guide.
The train the trainer programme has three components to it:
1. Part A: Train the trainer two-day foundational outcomes training course.
2. Part B: Train the trainer one-day specific training in:
- HoNOS outcome measure
- HoNOSCA outcome measure
- HoNOS65+ outcome measure
- HoNOS-secure outcome measure
- HoNOS-LD outcome measure
3. Refresher training must be completed every two years. It is now available as an e-learning module.
Trainers need a certificate in Part A and B to be able to train others.
Online train the trainer workshops
In 2020, Te Pou introduced online training for people who want to become an HoNOS family trainer.
Although it’s delivered virtually, the training will be interactive using a modular training approach. All training modules are free to attend and will be delivered via Zoom. The HoNOS family training includes: HoNOS, HoNOS 65+, HoNOSCA, HoNOS-LD and HoNOS secure.
To become an HoNOS family trainer, trainees will need to complete module 1, 2 and 3. Trainees can choose to attend one or more of the module 2 training sessions.