We’ve all sat through an educational or training session during which it was painful to pay attention and stay awake. During this webinar, we’ll share some techniques and tools available to help spice up your trainings. The speaker will discuss and display techniques/tools he has used during the several hundred trainings he has conducted. He’ll also cover tips for building effective PowerPoints and keys when developing handouts.
This will not be a “PowerPoint 101” session. Instead, it will focus on simple rules and techniques for when to use pictures and videos. We’ll discuss inexpensive games and interactive materials that can be used to make your trainings more hands-on for the learner. The speaker will discuss group interactive tools to engage and gauge your attendees’ knowledge. The provided materials are targeted for attendees to take with them specific games, slides, tools and ideas. Overall, this webinar will aim to provide a few tips to make your trainings a little more interesting while engaging your target audience with the material.
Joe Melton, Director of Consulting Services, DEKRA
Joe Melton has 12 years of experience practicing in safety-related fields and 10 years specializing as a safety professional focusing primarily in regulatory compliance, behavioral safety, safety culture, safety management system analysis, leadership development and auditing safety systems. He also has worked with a wide range of industries identifying physical property risk, OSHA compliance and systemic safety improvements while offering reasonable business solutions. Joe has bachelor’s degrees in political science and history, as well as safety declarations as a safety and health specialist in general industry and construction, and as a certified safety and health official in general industry.
Barry Bottino, Associate Editor, Safety+Health magazine.
Bottino covers worker safety for Safety+Health.