FEB 06, 2014 12:00 PM PST

Real Experience = Real Results: Tips and Strategies for the Delivery of Effective Safety Training Programs

  • Senior Associate, Director of Training Programs, Department of Epidemiology, Emory University, Rollins School of Public Health, USA
      A world renowned expert in behavioral-based training solutions - Sean is in great demand for organizational training, safety solutions, emergency communication and behavioral consulting. He works in the public, private, academic, federal, and state industries, as well as with other service providers. He partners with organizational leaders, customizing and building strong behavioral training solutions. He has helped organizations like the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), United States Department of State (USDOS), Department of Homeland Security, Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), World Health Organization (WHO), Emory University, Duke University, University of California, Equifax, Pfizer, American Tissue Culture Collection (ATCC), Charles River, Community Health Network (CHN) and Merial advance their training programs and workforce resiliency. His ability to evaluate personalities and facilitate improved communication capabilities has given leaders the skills needed for building effective teams and partnerships.


    All trainers are people but not all people are trainers. Several factors beyond the trainer influence the effectiveness of a safety training programs. This program will discuss the critical steps for developing, delivering, and evaluating safety training programs. Upon completion of this program, participants will be able to: discuss behavioral-based safety training, the three levels of learners, develop measurable learning objectives, evaluate standard operating procedures, describe creative solutions for e-based training development, describe the need for continued personal/professional development (behavioral evolution) and discuss the importance of program evaluation.

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