Maximising your return on investment for training
We’re holding a forum for training or health and safety managers to maximise your return on investment for training.
The Dunedin Centre
1 Harrop St
We’ll be looking into the manufacturing, forestry, construction, agriculture and extractives industries and discussing the variability and quality of training across New Zealand.
Good training is good for business. Our great line up of speakers will provide clarity about what good training looks like and how businesses have the opportunity to influence the quality of training delivered to their people.
We will have guest speakers from businesses that have completed duty holder reviews (DHR) with us who will share their key learnings from the DHR process. Find out more about Duty Holder Reviews.
The forum will equip decision makers with tools and knowledge to ensure that they can offer the best training and supervision available.
Who is the forum for?
The forum will be of value to:
- Training managers or providers
- Health and safety managers and professionals
- Business owners
If you’re not sure if this forum is for you get in touch with us.
What will attendees come away with?
- An overview of literacy & numeracy in New Zealand
- Trainer accreditation processes (feedback & review process)
- How to select external courses - selecting training providers, how to select & validate, prepare & support staff, ensure knowledge is applied in the workplace
- How to identify a skills gap between current level of knowledge & skills and what your business needs are
- Gain an understanding of the different learning styles (visual, verbal, kinaesthetic, aural, logical, social and solitary) and what is special about Adult learners
- On the job competency assessment systems and processes
- What are the learning needs for our diverse and multicultural workforce, including English as a second language and examples of how you provide support
- First line Management and Supervision - what is involved and why it’s important to get this right
- The learning team approach - how learning has been achieved utilising the strengths of the team for a high risk industry
- Coaching and mentoring - preparing Staff for Certificate of Competence and other courses of study
- Micro-learning: Safety culture engagement in the digital era.
Register for the forum
The Fullwood room, The Dunedin Centre, 1 Harrop St, Dunedin, 9016, Otago