Rigger & Signal Person (Basic) Train the Trainer Certification in Spanish
Becoming a trainer is normally delegated to employers. However, if you’re becoming a trainer on your own, all you need to do is prove your competency in order to do so. In most circumstances, Canada wants those who conduct certification courses to have the necessary experience to do so. Although we can travel the country to certify trainers, our online train-the-trainer courses are an easy way for an employer to provide the required training on their own.
Canada doesn’t normally require an Rigger & Signal Person (Basic) Train the Trainer Certification. However, many organizations feel more comfortable sending their trainers through certification programs provided by a professional industry-recognized company. Of course, this can quickly become pricey when you factor in the cost of travel and lodging.
That’s where we come in! Through our online trainer program, you can become certified to conduct your own training using our Rigger & Signal Person (Basic) training materials. With the knowledge you have of your equipment and our training kit, you’ll have everything you need to conduct personalized, cost-effective training.
Why buy our Rigger & Signal Person (Basic) Train the Trainer Certification Course?
The initial cost of Rigger & Signal Person (Basic) Train the Trainer certification may seem steep, but you have to consider the alternative–the cost of a deadly accident and hefty fines. When done properly, safety training can promote a healthy workplace and save lives.
Safety Provisions has helped hundreds of companies and individuals around the world maintain a safe work environment. Our online training courses are specially designed to give you the best experience possible, and they enable you to provide your employees with quality safety training.
Is this Training Accepted by Canada?
At Safety Provisions, we write all of our Canadian courses in accordance with the Canada Labour Code. Because occupational safety standards can vary significantly by province, however, our courses do not always accommodate provincial standards. That said, this course teaches all of the common safety principles that employees need to know in order to comply with these standards. In addition to the content of this course, employers must make sure to provide their employees with any further information they will need based on their industry and location.
Our training materials have been used by hundreds of companies to certify thousands of employees. If you have any questions about training and certifying employees in Canada, feel free to reach out to us by phone or email.