Tuesday, January 19, 2010

Environmental, Safety and Health Training in LatitudeU

LatitudeU offers Environmental, Safety and Health training from the industry leading training provider - SkillSoft. Effective and efficient ES&H online training offers you a competitive advantage as an employer, in addition to assisting you with compliance management and improving employee performance. Virtually every industry is required by law to conduct specific training as mandated by the Occupation Safety and Health Administration (OSHA), the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), and/or the Department of Transportation (DOT). Companies unable to provide documentation of having provided this training can receive civil or criminal penalties.

ES&H Training Created for the Production Worker

SkillSoft's ES&H Course Collection helps you save money while safeguarding the health and safety of your most priceless resource—your people. We have developed a solution that provides the highest standard of learning, created for the production worker. Over 120 courses cover issues across pressing compliance subjects for today's organization such as OSHA, EPA and DOT hazardous materials.

Leading Instructional Design

SkillSoft's instructional design model includes careful consideration of content and target audience needs. Our ES&H instructional content, methods, media and resources are derived and directly related to well-defined learning objectives resulting in clarified and explicit learning requirements. Instructional content is aimed at the Flesch Kincaid level of eighth grade or below. This measure directly translates into training that is easy to read, comprehend and retain.

We use instructional strategies that encourage active learner involvement, such as hands-on interactive exercises that reinforce major learning points, practical real-life examples, case studies, graphical or animated representations, and appropriate and timely feedback on learner responses.

Click here to learn more about Environmental, Safety and Health Training in LatitudeU

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