Train the trainer/PROMPT Trainer Questions Expand Question Answer Do we have to attend a T3 before we can deliver PROMPT training in our unit? b b b b b b b If you have purchased the PMF Annual Update 2021, then you will have all the information, tools and materials to localise and deliver PROMPT training within your unit. This includes instructional videos and ‘top tips’, along with guidance in each module booklet on how to set up, run and debrief. In addition to this, our new Annual Update package for 2022/23 will include our new PROMPT Implementation (iPROMPT) module to allow you to implement PROMPT authentically within your own unit. Ultimately the decision of who can deliver your PROMPT training within your trust lies within your local governance processes. We’ve got a new member of our faculty; do they need to attend a T3 to deliver PROMPT training? b b b The short answer is no. The resources provided in the Annual Update packages and iPROMPT should provide enough guidance for a new member of your team to be able to deliver training, but essentially the governance around who can deliver training in your unit is decided by your trust and local teams. If I attend a T3/complete the iPROMPT, am I PROMPT instructor and can I take PROMPT to another unit/deliver private courses? b b b b The PROMPT Annual Update packages are purchased by the Trusts for use to train their staff only within that trust. So essentially the resources ‘belong’ to that trust. Therefore, if you were to go to another Trust/country you can only deliver PROMPT training there if they have also purchased the resources. The ethos of PROMPT for staff to train within their own units, with their own teams also means that it cannot be sold as a private course.