Two Great Courses, One Week of Excitement and Education
It is no secret that e-learning is all the rage during this COVID-19 pandemic. While e-learning is certainly a great alternative to traditional courses, NASP understands that some training, and some individuals, are best suited for live, instructor-led classes. Benefits to NASP’s instructor-led courses include:
• The opportunity for individuals to have more in-depth conversations, which allows a greater comprehension of the subject matter.
• A space for individuals to make genuine connections both inside and outside of their organization.
• Accountability and Return on Investment (ROI). NASP’s instructors are better able to identify an individual’s comprehension by leveraging group exercises and discussions.
• Hands-on learning. Experiential, or kinesthetic learners can struggle with e-learning content because of its presentation and limited opportunities for a hands-on approach.
NASP’s live training, by design, can support all types of learners. Join NASP in Wilmington, NC on October 12th -16th for a one-of-a-kind training experience. For the first time, NASP will be combining the Certified Safety Manager (CSM) and Certified Safety Manager- Construction (CSMC) courses to maximize training effectiveness during this pandemic.
Students will enjoy three days of energetic training focused on training methodologies, workplace safety, and behavior-based safety. Breakout sessions, conducted in the final two days, will focus on various General Industry and Construction related standards depending on which certification the student is seeking to gain.
During this course, NASP will be implementing all safety precautions necessary to meet CDC, OSHA, and state-level guidance. The classroom will be optimized to provide social distancing, and hand sanitizer will be provided to all students. Students are required to wear a face mask when not able to socially distance per state guidelines.
Enroll today. Only four (4) seats remain! Seating is limited due to state capacity requirements.