Become a Certified National Cyber Security Instructor
The National Cyber Security Training Academy Instructor (NCSTA) program provides resources for individuals to become industry-recognized trainers specializing in the field of cyber security, information security, network security, business management, marketing, and leadership training.
The qualifications to become a National Cyber Security Training Academy Instructor (NCSTA), includes:
- You must be certified in the program that you intend to teach (eg., to teach Certified Cyber Crime Consultant (C4), you will need to be a C4, and additionally, if you would like to teach Certified White Hat Hacker, then you will need to be a Certified White Hat Hacker.
- You must possess technical expertise and hands-on experience with security technologies and applications.
- If you are not an existing certified trainer for other major certification programs (eg., EC-Council, ISACA MCT, CTT+, C etc), you will have to take the NCSU Exam.
- When a NCSTA application is approved, NCSTA will send an email notice to the NCSTA detailing the access to the NCSUI Resources. This will be followed by a physical NCSTA Certificate which will be mailed to the NCSTA within 1 months from the date of approval.
- NCSTA Instructors are required to be technically proficient with good instructional skills.
- The instructor must maintain a high standard of professionalism and teaching preparedness.
To Become An Instructor, Please Follow These Steps:
1. Create an account.
2. Then send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org, with the following information:
- The name and email address you used when you created your account.
- Subject line should say: Request To Become An Instructor.
- Supply the name of the course
- Who is the target audience for this course?
- How are you qualified to teach this course?
- How much would you like to charge for this course?
- Please provide a detail description of the course.
After your submission, someone will contact you within 72 hours