SAFETY training methods - ON-SITE TRAINING
BRING IISC'S TRAINING TO YOU!
The Iowa-Illinois Safety Council's trainers can customize the training to your company and your specific needs. On-site training is great for when you need to train several employees with little disruption to their normal schedule.
On the Journey to Safety Excellence®, instituting your safety management system is a key factor in your success. This course sets the foundation for building a safety culture through training.
Gain the confidence and skills needed to create, select or evaluate safety training programs that truly engage employees and improve your organization's safety performance. In four days, you'll learn how to make educated decisions about the safety training needs of your workforce. You'll cover needs analysis, performance objectives, instructional strategy and methods, content, delivery evaluation and costs.
Safety Training Methods meets ANSI Standard Z490.1 criteria for accepted practices in safety, health and environmental training. This one course covers all the issues you'll likely face as the person responsible for safety training in your organization.
Exercises during the class will require use of a laptop. If you do not have a laptop available for your use, please let us know in advance and we will try to accommodate your needs.
What You Will Learn
- The four basic needs among adult learners
- Five phases of the performance-based training process
- The ABCs of learning objectives and how to evaluate learning progress
- Designing and developing a short training project for your safety or health setting
- Selecting, designing and using media
- Calculating direct and indirect training costs
- Identifying training and non-training solutions for safety and health issues in your workplace
- Facilitation skills to manage a challenging audience and make training meaningful
- Impacting Performance in the Safety & Health Setting
- Analyzing Training & Non-Training Problems
- Addressing Adult Learning Needs
- Assessing Training Needs
- Writing Performance Objectives & Evaluating Learning Progress
- Developing Preliminary Content
- Identifying Instructional Strategy & Methods
- Using Facilitation Skills & Handling Difficult Situations
- Selecting, Designing & Using Media
- Developing the Training Program
- Delivering the Training Program: Preparation, Presentation & Evaluation
- Calculating Training Costs
- Planning Future Training Efforts
This course is part of the Advanced Safety Certificate Program.
For any questions or to receive a quote on your custom on-site training, contact the IISC trainers