Become a Certified IIBEC Instructor

Who Should Become an Instructor?

Let’s make it official. Combine your expertise in the building enclosure industry with your love of teaching others. Become an IIBEC Certified Instructor to support others in the field as they begin and continue their careers.

IIBEC Certified Instructors are passionate and driven professionals with a desire to help others transform their careers. IIBEC currently has two levels of Instructors: Lead Instructors and Practicing Instructors.

Practicing Instructors Level 1

Must be recognized as a subject matter expert.
Must attend the course to be taught, prior to teaching the course.
Must teach with a Lead Speaker until qualified to be a Lead Speaker.
Must be or working towards RRO, RRC, RWC, REWC, REWO, or RBEC as relevant for the course to be taught. Proven experience in the field may also meet this qualification.

Lead Instructors Level 2

Must be recognized as a subject matter expert.
Must attend the course to be taught, prior to teaching the course.
Must have taught the course twice with a recognized Lead Speaker for that course, and received an average evaluation score of 4.0 out of 5.0.
Must be an RRO, RRC, RWC, REWC, REWO, or RBEC as relevant for the course to be taught.
Must maintain an average evaluation score of 4.0 out of 5.0 for each course they teach.

Why Should I Consider Instructing?

  1. Recognition in the industry and by your peers as an expert in your field.
  2. Opportunity to be honored in the annual awards ceremony.
  3. Instructors earn one credit for each hour of their presentation. If the instructor audits the remainder of the program, the instructor will earn one credit per hour as an attendee.
  4. Marketing and recognition for each course via IIBEC communication channels.
  5. Reimbursement for travel expenses during the course dates.

How Can I Become an Instructor?

If you’ve met the requirements to become a Certified IIBEC Instructor, the first step is to complete our Train the Trainer course. This course provides in-depth information on instructional methods, communication skills, and processes for teaching.

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