Live Webinar: December 11, 2013, 10:00 a.m. - 11:00 a.m. CT
NSC Members: $99 per viewing site
Non-members: $119 per viewing site
The goal of this webinar is to help you transform, broaden, and update your skills in designing and delivering a safety short course. Learn how to build a course in minimum time without coming up short in content. Expand and enrich your employees’ range and depth of skills with a quick infusion of targeted information on safety topics that need addressing.
You will learn how to enhance the learning experience and obtain the desired short course outcomes while keeping in mind that training can’t solve all safety problems. If targeted high quality instruction within a limited amount of time is your goal, this presentation is for you.
Highlights of this important webinar includes how to:
• Identify and prioritize the skill gaps or training needs
• Develop a systematic and effective approach to short course training, even if training is completely new to you
• Learn how to quickly adapt the training to your audience by taking into account your employees’ interests and experience
• Use a variety of methods (hands-on, lecture, informal discussion, videos, focus groups, etc.) to get your points across.
• Focus training efforts on areas where you can reap the biggest, fastest and easiest rewards.
• Win support for your safety meetings by explaining the need for training and the objectives you hope to achieve.
• Encourage creativity and their own natural curiosity in the classroom.
Carol Hacker is President of Hacker & Associates, headquartered in Atlanta, GA, where she works with organizations throughout North America to build a chain of evidence that demonstrates the value of effective training and management practices. Her goal is to help safety managers, HR professionals, team leaders and business owners meet their leadership and training challenges. Over 500,000 participants have benefited from her customized events. Her clients range from small businesses to Fortune 100 companies and also include government agencies, colleges and universities, and not-for-profit. Carol is the author of 14 books, scores of audio CDs and over 400 published articles.