Building Your Safety Team                     8 hrs                           $225.00

Building a successful team is about more than finding a group of people with the right mix of professional skills.  Hiring the right people is the most important part of building a strong team, of course, and delegating to give people more autonomy is a powerful motivator.  But managing a team is not that simple. Leaders have to play a far more hands-on role to make sure the group works well together and remains focused on the right priorities.

Content includes:

  • How to Coach an Effective Team
  • Motivation and Goal Setting
  • Communication Skills for the Workplace
  • Giving and Receiving Criticism
  • Managing Disagreement
  • Team Problem Solving
  • Workplace Incident Investigation

Leading Your Safety Team                     8 hrs                           $225.00

It takes great leaders and talent to grow a successful team. Leaders focus on vision and strategy, guiding and removing obstacles for their teams, while managers focus on execution, policy and working in the business. By contrast, real leadership means providing a compelling vision and clear direction. Successful leaders clarify priorities and expectations, defining employee roles and ensuring that the processes and capacity required for them to execute are in place.

Content includes:

  1. Excellence in Supervision
  2. Quality Focused Supervision
  3. Team Leadership
  4. Assertiveness
  5. Attitude for Success
  6. Listening Under Pressure
  7. How to Supervise People
  8. Leadership at Every Level
  9. Effective Performance Appraisals

Managing Your Safety Team                  8 hrs                           $225.00

It takes great leaders and talent to grow a successful team. Leaders focus on vision and strategy, guiding and removing obstacles for their teams, while managers focus on execution, policy and working in the business. By contrast, real leadership means providing a compelling vision and clear direction. Successful leaders clarify priorities and expectations, defining employee roles and ensuring that the processes and capacity required for them to execute are in place.

Content includes:

  1. ADA – Meeting the Requirements
  2. EEOC – A Fair Shake
  3. Eliminate Harassment in the Workplace
  4. FMLA – Proper Compliance
  5. Preventing Sexual Harassment in the Workplace
  6. Progressive Discipline and Successful Termination

Download the complete curriculum here

School Safety Skills            8-hours online                      $149.00

Has your son or daughter spent their summer on their tablet or phone?  Are you concerned about their emotional and mental wellbeing in the upcoming grade?  Your Safety Council has developed an 8-hour curriculum to help them better cope in today’s school environment.  This curriculum can be competed online at their pace.  Invest in a piece of mind and your child’s safety today!

Curriculum includes:
Module 1: Bullying, You Don’t Have to Take it Anymore
Module 2: Conflicts, Communication and Relationships
Module 3: Emotional Self-Control: Do You Have It?
Module 4: Expressing Anger: Healthy vs. Unhealthy
Module 5: Hurting with Words
Module 6: No Excuses: Sexual Harassment
Module 7: Stressed Out: Stress Management 101
Module 8: Violence in Our Schools: Over the Edge

 

Home Construction Certificate              3 hours                      $95.00

Home Construction Certificate prepares the student for entry level employment in home construction. The skills developed will support the student in the home construction and renovation work. The program introduces building materials, techniques and work practices, hand and power tools, basic carpentry, and the importance of building materials, plans, specifications and codes.  Students may complete all or one of the modules (Architectural drawing sis prerequisite for all other modules)

Objectives

  • Understand and report on home construction plans and drawing
  • Evaluate and report on the quality of the home’s exterior and interior construction and remodeling
  • Evaluate and report the mechanical system used in the home/residence and/or building
  • Evaluate and understand the correlation between plumbing concepts, maintenance and inspection
  • Understand the electrical system, its distribution throughout the home and the importance of National Electrical Code
  • Apply the concepts reviewed in each course and evaluate these in the context of home assessment, construction and safety

Environmental Law

Students will receive an introduction to law and the legal system including court structure and civil procedure. They will learn principles of American property law and examine common law theories and remedies for environmental harms and liabilities, as well as land use and regulation and constitutional issues in environmental regulation.

Topics include:

  • Characteristics of hazardous waste, and methods and requirements used in facilities engaged in treatment, storage, and disposal (TSD).
  • Role of the National Contingency Plan (NCP), the Toxic Substance and Control ACT (TSCA), inventory, and chemical identity.
  • History of the Federal Insecticide, Fungicide, and Rodenticide Act (FIFRA) and how it differs from other federal environmental acts.
  • Emergency Planning and Community Right-to-Know Act (EPCRA) and how it differs from other environmental acts.
  • Composition of SERC and LEPC committees, Toxic Chemical Release Inventory Reporting requirements and laws that are considered natural resources laws.

This course can be completed in two different manners:

  1. Self-paced certificated course. $195
  2. Instructor lead accredited course (135 clock hours and 3 credits) $595