What are the course requirements?

The Certified Occupational Safety Specialist® Program Adult Teaching / Learning Model specifies that students achieve certain specified learning outcomes. All performance assessment depends upon the accomplishment of these outcomes. Students are graded on achievement of the objectives of the course, rather than effort. It is the responsibility of the student to come to class prepared for each workshop.

Each student is required to maintain high standards of honesty and ethical behavior. All assignments submitted in fulfillment of course requirements must be the student’s own work. It is assumed that students will perform professionally in preparing work required for this class.

What are the attendance requirements?

Attendance at each workshop is expected and required due to the concentrated nature of the work requirements for this course. There will be several class activities; therefore, attendance at all five workshops is imperative. Class participation is required to successfully complete the class and grading is based in part on this element. Breaks will be provided for students to follow-up on messages if that is necessary. Leaving class while a session is taking place is discouraged. If the student misses a workshop, they will be dropped from the course. The instructor must be informed prior to the workshop of tardiness for any workshop.

What is the size of the class?

Certified Occupational Safety Specialist® Program classes are limited in seating to between 10 and 20 students. This allows the opportunity for students at all levels of safety knowledge to learn from the instructors as well as the other class members.

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