I am a British Computer Society accredited trainer, having completed the "Excellent Learning Facilitator" course in 2007, whilst I was at Yahoo. The course taught me how to more effectively plan, structure and conduct training sessions.
The ELF courses are mapped to the National Occupational Standards for Learning and Development
The Bronze assessment is accepted as evidence of competence for professional membership of the Institute of IT training, as recognised by OCR at Level 3 equivalence on the National Qualifications framework
It is also one of a few qualifications to be endorsed by the British Computer Society (BSC) against their ACTT qualification which is a level 4 qualification on the National Qualifications framework
At /dev/forts I often end up teaching HTML and CSS skills:
In less than a day he was able to take me from having no knowledge of CSS to being able to contribute to the front-end development.
Ryan Alexander on my teaching him CSS