P.O.S.T. certified instructors may become senior and master
instructor trainers by teaching in the P.O.S.T. Instructor Training Course
Requirements for Senior
Instructor trainer certification are:
Submission of application by a General or Specialized Instructor, approved by
academy director or recognized state training organization;
2. Observation of a Senior/Master Instructor
Trainer by applicant of a block of instruction designated in
3. Supervision of
applicant teaching the designated topic by a Senior/ Master Instructor
4. Submission of
application/evaluation to P.O.S.T. Training Standards Division.
Requirements for achieving the
Master Instructor Trainer Certificate are:
Senior Instructor Trainer Certification;
Accumulation of twenty (20) instructional
points obtained as follows:
(i) Ten (10) of
the points by instructing in the ITC; one (1) point only per ITC:
(ii) Student lesson plan/presentation
evaluation; one (1) point per ITC.
3. If an instructor teaches and evaluated in
an ITC, he/she can only acquire one (1) point. An applicant may accumulate more
than ten (10) of the twenty (20) points by teaching; however, the applicant may
not claim more than ten (10) points earned from evaluations.
4. Submission of application for Master
Instructor Trainer to P.O.S.T. Training Standards Division.
Ga. Comp. R. & Regs.
Original Rule entitled
"Failure to Comply; Recognition" was filed on July 7,
1978; effective July 27,
Rule repealed and a new Rule entitled "FAilure to Comply; Courses"
adopted. Filed March 13, 1985; effective
April 2, 1985.
Rule repealed. Filed March 2, 1988;
effective March 22, 1988.
New Rule entitled,"Senior/Master Instructor Trainer Requirements"
adopted. F. Mar. 19, 1998; eff.