Who are T3 Trainers?
T3 Trainers are school nurses, early childhood professionals,
community health nurses, health aides and others who have completed
an application and training process to teach particular topics in
health, safety and screening of hearing.
They may be independent consultants and utilize the training for
that purpose or may use the training as part of their current employment.
What is the curriculum?
The T3 curriculum has been developed by experts in the
fields of health, safety, screening and adult learning. Trainers
receive instruction in Adult Learning Principles and the topic(s)
for which they wish to become approved trainers. Over 50 hours of
training has been developed. The training is based on Academy of
Pediatrics, American Public Health Association and Arizona Office
of Child Care Licensure recommendations and standards. All training
modules are highly interactive and are updated on a regular basis.
These modules meet the Arizona Department of Health Services standards
for child care licensing and sensory programs.
What training modules are available?
here for a list of training topics
Is there a cost?
Yes, trainers pay a fee to receive training and become
a part of the T3 Training System. The fee depends upon the training
topic(s) being offered.
Are T3 Trainers listed with the SCCEEDS registry?
Many T3 trainers are listed with SCCEEDS. New trainers
are required to become listed with SCCEEDS (except for Hearing Screening
How do I become a trainer?
- Complete an application and return it by mail with a letter
regarding your ability to train adults. Download
- Attend training of trainers for the topic(s) you wish to become
eligible to train. (Click
here for upcoming training of trainer events)
- Pass an observation of your first training by a Master Trainer.
- Agree to T3 Code of Ethics and paperwork requirements.
- Receive a trainer certificate.