As an Outcomes Star Licensed Trainer (LT) you are part of an important, and growing community. There are now more than 130 LT’s across Australia and Aotearoa/New Zealand. The LT role is key for ensuring the Star is used to its full potential and usually involves facilitating initial and refresher training, facilitating practice reviews, coaching and briefing managers. Above all, it is your responsibility to be a ‘Star champion’ in your service.

The agreement you signed at the completion of the Train the Trainer course outlines what you can expect from us in supporting your work and what we expect from you. Click here to review this Agreement.

Mandatory requirements.

To maintain your LT license, every year you must sign up for :

-one Community of Practice Forum, and

– at least one LT Elective Workshop

LT Community of Practice Forums run for 90 minutes and are your opportunity to meet with your LT peers, offer ideas, share your reflections on the role, ask a question or two, or celebrate something you have learned or discovered.

LT Elective Workshops run for 90-minutes and include a variety of topics relevant to the LT role.

In addition to these 2 requirements, we will continue to check in by email with you quarterly, give you access to LT newsletters and inform you of any important developments.

To register for Community of Practice Forum and Elective workshops click here.

Staying in touch

Of course, we’re also keen to hear from you at any time in relation to specific questions, issues, requests, learnings or “good news stories” by contacting Alana Westrupp who provides general support to all LTs or the team member responsible for your ‘patch’:

David Lees – South Australia, Tasmania and Western Australia

Amy Stephenson – Queensland

Andrew Shirres – Victoria and Northern Territory

pAul Montgomery – New South Wales and Australia Capital Territory

Annabelle Jerram – Aotearoa/New Zealand

To apply to become a Licensed Trainer, click here