Two 2018 Fall Train the Trainer’s this year! West Coast & East Coast
TTT November 2018 Flyer & Registration
West Coast – Train the Trainer NOV 6, 7 & 8 San Diego, CA
TTT December 2018 Flyer & Registration
East Coast – Train the Trainer DEC 5, 6 & 7 Orlando, FL
With our specialized “Train the Trainer” certification classes, a supervisor or other employee can attend one of our intensive three days of learning, giving them tools needed to bring back to your facility that qualify them to train your staff in essential dog bite safety knowledge.
In-House Safety Leaders know the importance of being able to communicate on-the-job-safety to employees, but are often left without adequate tools. Bulli Ray has a curriculum that will not only give the trainer the knowledge to give to employees, but also offers a full line of teaching materials to take back to their home office.
With Train-the-Trainer certification, the certified instructor goes through a full training process. During this time, trainer Mitzi Robinson and her team work to ensure that all those in attendance master the skills needed.
Attendees will receive
- 3 Days of intensive training
- Breed Information
- Breed Identification
- Canine Behavior & Drives
- Site Evaluations
- Self protection techniques
- Safety products training
- Class participation & networking
- ODBS Policies & Procedures
- Dog Bite Prevention DVD
- Occupational Dog Bite Safety Facilitator’s Guide
- Trainer Presentation Tips
- Personality Profiling
- Understanding the Importance of Customer Service
- Certification Test
Who Should Attend
- Safety Managers/Directors
- Animal Control Officers
- Construction Managers
- Meter Reader Supervisors
- Postal Managers/Supervisors
- Plant Managers
- Loss Control/Risk Managers
- Field Service Managers
- Safety Engineers
- Personnel and HR Managers
- Police Officers
Our train the trainer program is a sound investment when you consider the benefits of having someone on site that is an expert in the area.
When any questions come up regarding Occupational Dog Bite Safety, your employees can formulate a plan to deal with specific problem dogs.
One time training is not enough, so certification for trainers lasts two years. After that time, your trainer will need to attend a re-certification class to stay current on the newest techniques in dog bite safety.