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Just because employees attend safety training doesn't mean they retain the knowledge. With NSC Supervisors' Safety Development Program (SSDP) blended learning, supervisors will master the content and be ready to champion a safety culture.
By first completing the new
SSDP online program, students will be able to hit the ground running in the classroom, saving time and money.
Begin with a preliminary evaluation from
SSDP Adaptive Learning. It measures each learner's strengths and weaknesses in 16 safety modules. If a student knows the material, there is no need to spend time on that topic. If students make mistakes, they are led through the online training until they master the subject.
Once the online training is complete, the adaptive learning tool determines areas for further training. Your organization can use the SSDP packaged training materials to tailor classroom training to your employees' needs.
Trainers test course competency through SSDP Adaptive Learning online after the classroom training is complete so they can revisit areas that still need work and ensure all the material has been learned. Each review course includes a recharge feature so learners can retake the material they're most likely to forget. Senior executives also are provided steady updates on supervisors' safety progress and their competency.
Why waste time and money teaching supervisors safety strategies they already know? With SSDP blended learning, you can focus on areas they don't, shortening training and down time for supervisors, and saving money. Call (855) 202-1867.
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