Designing and Delivering Effective Health and Safety Training
Build the skills necessary to effectively train others in health and safety. Learn to design, develop and deliver workplace health and safety training programs using a wide range of instructional methods. Explore various approaches to instruction, including participatory techniques and tips for engaging a specific audience and facilitating discussions and small group activity methods. Topics include:
- Adult learning principles
- Assessing audience needs
- Course development
- Instructional methods
- Presentation techniques
- Evaluation and feedback
You will develop and deliver a presentation using the techniques covered and are encouraged to bring work-related projects and supporting materials. A laptop computer is recommended, but not required. This is a required course for the Professional Concentration in Health and Safety Training. Two units from this course can be applied as elective credit toward the Workplace Health and Safety Certificate Program.
Carina Celesia Moore, M.A., SPHR,is the director of Staff Development and Professional Services, and WorkLife in Human Resources at UC Davis. Moore has designed and directed several education and development initiatives at UC Davis, some of which have received national recognition. She has taught at UC Davis Extension for more than 10 years.
Oct. 27-31: Mon.-Fri., 8 a.m.-5 p.m.
Da Vinci Building, 1632 Da Vinci Ct, Davis, CA
$600.00 Includes course materials and morning refreshments.
$540.00 for organizations enrolling three or more people at the same time in the same course. All registrations must be submitted at the same time and fees paid with one check, credit card or purchase order.
4 quarter units academic credit, X426.6, 6.68 ABIH CEUs, 4 CSP CEUs, 40 REHS Hours
Earn a Certificate
This course is part of these certificate programs: