Levels and Phases of Development within the PCT Program
Since 1995 until today, our training experts continue to work hard to fine-tune the classification system of professional trainers. Classifying trainers into three main levels – and few sublevels – is an effective method to guarantee the minimum level of information and knowledge of our PCT trainers.
We start as professionals… and continue to improve
Although the classification method took into consideration several practical measures, it’s considered to be a close estimate of the actual performance of the trainer, even though such performance cannot be easily measured. Moreover, this classification does not indicate priority or adequacy among the different levels; instead, it’s a record of achievements before and during the membership with the PCTTM program.
Listed below are the main factors CGC® takes into consideration when classifying trainers:
Based on the aforementioned factors, we classify our PCT trainers in the following manner:
Please note that PCT members may apply to advance to the next level as long as they remained at their current level for at least 6 months. The application will be taken into consideration and evaluated based on the advancement guide inthe PCT program.