Professional Technical Instructor Certificate:


A Professional Technical Instructor Certificate is intended for the role an instructor of courses related to Steam Engineering Technology as it relates to the licensing programs at National or other organizations.

The fees for the Professional Technical Instructor Certificate are listed in the license application.

The qualification to sit for examination are the individual must have a minimum of two (2) years as an instructor at the college or adult vocational education level or equivalent or have a minimum of ten (10) years experience working in the steam engineering or a related field.

To be granted, without examination, a Technical Instructor Certificate from National requires an application with a minimum of a baccalaureate in education or a State Education Teaching License.

Reference materials to study from, for the examination are:

      1. Instructors and Their Jobs, by Miller and Miller - Chapters 1, 5, 6, 7 and 15

Examination is a 20-Question test with a time limit of 1-hour. The components of the exam is made up of the following:


Instructor's Examination Components

Questions on 20-Question Exam
  Instructor's Role 4-Questions
  Instructional Planning 4-Questions
  Written Instructional Material 4-Questions
  Oral Presentation and Question Strategies 4-Questions
  Industry Based Instruction 4-Questions

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