OJT Trainer Workshop

OJT Trainer Workshops provide essential knowledge to enable fully-competent and productive on-the-job trainers. This one-day workshop is intended for company trainers, supervisors, instructors, and anyone who delivers on-the-job training to new or incumbent employees. 

At the workshop, a NIMS Facilitator leads attendees through illuminating and interactive activities in a fun, fast-paced setting. Attendees cap off the day by testing for the NIMS OJT Trainer credential; a nationally-recognized, portable skills credential. Workshops may occur on-site at your location or at the Gene Haas Education Center located at NIMS headquarters (VA).

Prerequisite: Experience as an on-the-job trainer or training supervisor

Training topics include:

  • Coaching
  • Communications
  • Conflict resolution
  • Developing training methodology
  • Training adult learners
  • Training millennials
  • More!

The OJT Workshop is beneficial to businesses of any size and from any industry. OJT Workshops are perfect opportunities for local associations to convene and train multiple employers at once. No previous experience with NIMS is necessary. 

Number of Participants One-Day Session Two-Day Session
Up to 6 $6,995.00 $7,995.00
Per Additional (after first 6) $995.00/person $995.00/person
  • The cost for the OJT Trainer credential is included in the above pricing.
  • Volume and bulk discounted prices will be available to high volume testing locations. For super users with high volume, please contact NIMS for a price quote.
Send your request to attend or host an OJT workshop

Note: The OJT Trainer credential is a prerequisite to both the OJT Senior Trainer and OJT Training Coordinator credentials.

Customer Feedback

Over the last thirty years, we at Methods have sent a hundred trainers out to our customers. Attending this workshop gave me the insight as to how Methods can improve our internal training. We now have the tools and the methodology to train our staff of trainers to more effectively serve our customers. —Rich Casey, Methods Machine Tool