What is a ST and How to Become One?
A Senior Trainer (ST) is a individual who conducts regional instructor practice sessions, assists and works with Master Trainers (MTs) in all matters relating to Tai Chi for Health programs, maintains communications with a group of instructors and continues to upgrade the skills of the those instructors.
What are the requirements to become a Senior Trainer (ST)?
How to become a ST?
Responsibilities of STs:
- Arrange and conduct regional gatherings to upgrade skills for instructors.
- Assist MTs and contribute to the Tai Chi for Health programs to the best of their ability and availability.
- Have regular training with the nominating MT at suitable intervals (to be determined between ST and nominating MT).
The tenure for an ST is related to his or her nominating MT. During that period they will be updated and mentored by their nominating MT. However the ST must be currently qualified in the required Tai Chi for Health forms and abide by the rules and ethical code. If the nominating MT is no longer available or suitable, The ST may apply to the Director, Dr Lam for a change of MT.
Benefits of STs: