Back To School: How to Avoid the Training Brain Drain

Originally delivered Oct 24, 2018
Source: Sponsored
  • Type:
    Archived Webinar
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    Basic
  • Duration:
    1 hour
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In this sponsored webinar, you’ll examine how ineffective training can be time-consuming, boring and elicit groans from even your most experienced employees. So why does the OSHA Process Safety Management standard require training? Because, when done correctly, it ultimately allows your facility to operate safely and communicate efficiently. You’ll learn that the key to successful training programs is not only what they teach, but how much employees understand and retain. You’ll explore the five critical elements of effective training programs: Needs, Objective, Assessment, Content and Evaluation. Through several industry case studies, you’ll see these elements in action. And you’ll leave prepared to implement them for more engaging training sessions and more knowledgeable employees who effectively implement the content you teach.

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Sarah McDuffee

Sarah McDuffee joined Provenance Consulting in 2015 as Training Program Coordinator, creating internal and external training courses for industry clients on various Process Safety Management topics. Her background includes 19 years of experience in the refining/chemical industry. She has a B.S. in Chemical Engineering from Montana State University.  Her 11 years with a major refining company included project design, process unit support and distillation consulting roles. 

She completed her Masters in Adult Education and Training with Colorado State University in 2011...Read more

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