Tuesday, October 26, 2021, 1 pm ET, 10 am PT
In this webinar, we'll discuss microlearning, give some examples of how you can use it for safety training, and introduce the new microlearning/safety training course release from Vector Solutions.
- How to increase comprehension and retention during safety training to support performance on the job
- Benefits and uses of microlearning in safety training
- How microlearning can be used as part of a spaced-practice (or spaced-learning) program to strengthen neural connections within the learner's brain on a specific topic
- How to build more robust mental models (or schemas)
- And much more
Workplace Learning & Performance Specialist | Vector Solutions
Jeff has 20+ years in L&D and 15+ in safety/safety training and is currently working on completing a Masters degree in Organizational Performance and Workplace Learning at Boise State University.
Jeff has a number of experiences and awards that might be of interest to people attending a webinar on safety training and microlearning. These include being nominated the 2020 ASSP Training & Communications Practice Specialty's Safety Professional of the Year (SPY); being part of the team to create the ANSI/ASSP Z490.2 national standard for online EHS training in 2016; being part of the team performing the ongoing revisions of the ANSI/ASSP Z490.1 national standard for all EHS training; being one of three contributing authors to the chapter on safety training in the ASSP's upcoming revision of the Safety Professionals Handbook; speaking frequently at safety/health conferences on issues related to learning and training, including national and district-level ASSP conferences; being an OSHA-authorized 10- and 30-hour trainer for general industry; holding an Instructional Design certificate from the Association of Talent Development (ATD); holding a general industry safety specialist certificate from the University of Washington; and more. Jeff conducts webinars for Vector Solutions, writes at the Vector Solutions blog, and is active on LinkedIn, where he invites you to connect and say hi.
He was the 2020 ASSP T&CPS Safety Professional of the Year, helped to create the ANSI/ASSP Z490.2 EHS Training Standard, and is on the team revising the ANSI/ASSP Z490.1 EHS Training Standard.