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This one-day course certifies attendees in basic first aid and CPR, including the operation of an Automated External Defibrillator (AED). Participants gain the knowledge, skills, and background to effectively recognize an emergency and take appropriate action.
To maintain state-recognized first aid certification, certified employees must attend a four-hour recertification course every two years. This half-day course recertifies attendees in basic first aid and CPR, including the operation of an Automated External Defibrillator (AED).
All projects share core components related to planning and oversight. Understanding and utilizing a few standardized methods and procedures to prepare and launch a project will help keep it focused, on task, and driving toward on-time delivery.
Leads must learn the power of influence to have an impact. This class teaches the skills they will use daily—managing their changing relationships with co-workers, establishing open communication, clearly setting expectations, and giving feedback to improve performance.
Development is critical to attracting and retaining talent, driving employee engagement, and preparing future leaders. In this virtual, instructor-led class, you'll learn a practical process to guide your own and your direct reports’ development planning efforts.
The No. 1 reason people quit their jobs is a bad boss or immediate supervisor. Learn how to dramatically boost effectiveness through the use of consistent models for everyday supervision activities, including feedback, discipline and documentation, delegation, and teamwork skills.
Now open for registration. The Management Academy is a 6-week cohort learning program designed to develop effective workplace leaders and powered by Development Dimensions International (DDI).
Take your "to do" list through a four-step process to clarify priorities, choose activities to build long-term success, do the right tasks at the best time of the day, and create a schedule that will result in greater productivity.
Whether you call them evaluations, appraisals, or counseling sessions, most managers dread conducting the traditional performance review almost as much as employees dislike receiving it. There is a better way.
Federal and State Wage and Hour Regulations are arguably the most confusing and difficult area of employment and personnel law to administer.
When it comes to meeting the new WISHA forklift training rules, employers may not be aware of how difficult it truly is to properly train and document this process. Forklift Train-the-Trainer was created to allow a competent employee to inform, train, evaluate, and certify new or experienced forklift operators to meet the WISHA code.
Employers who use any material that is a hazardous waste must provide a program of classroom instruction or on-the-job training for facility personnel. This course covers the basics of proper handling, storage, and disposal of dangerous waste to ensure your facility’s compliance with chapter 173-303 WAC.
Designed for individuals who are new to Human Resources or whose primary expertise is in another field (such as payroll or accounting). This course provides an overview of the functions and competencies that a new HR generalist or other HR professional will use on a daily basis.
Many employers are unaware of when and why records should be created, what records must be retained, and where and how they must be stored. Learn how to balance efficient administration and compliance with legal requirements.
In Developing Your Company’s Training Plan, you will learn how to look at the training needs of the entire organization and map your training needs to the goals of your company.
A culture with weak accountability is one where those who see problems say nothing because they assume they don’t have the authority or skills to raise a concern.
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