First - full disclosure, I work for ASSE and I apologize in advance for the shameless plug. However, looking at some of the posts here on the value (and pitfalls) around online training, I thought this may be a conference some of us may be interested in.
The conference is actually the latest virtual symposium ASSE is running. Attendees will be able to hear from over 15 experts in the field of safety training and explore real-world solutions for developing training that delivers results. This entire symposium is built around an interactive networking framework very similar to "SafetyCommunity" and all sessions will be online.
Some of the sessions include:
• How to determine the REAL deficiencies you need to train on
• OSHA Required Training – Including all about certification records, trainer requirements and OSHA expectations
• How to demonstrate training value and results to management
• The potential promise (and pitfalls) of web-based safety training
Attendees will also receive a free copy of the book, Safety Training That Delivers: How to Design and Present Better Technical Training, by Sheila Cantonwine as well as a free, electronic copy, of the brand new, ANSI/ASSE Z490.1-2009 Standard: Criteria for Accepted Practices in Safety, Health, and Environmental Training. Attendees will also earn 1.0 CEUs for attending the virtual symposium.
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