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Module 1   commication issues and adult learning needs
Module 1   commication issues and adult learning needs
Module 1   commication issues and adult learning needs
Module 1   commication issues and adult learning needs
Module 1   commication issues and adult learning needs
Module 1   commication issues and adult learning needs
Module 1   commication issues and adult learning needs
Module 1   commication issues and adult learning needs
Module 1   commication issues and adult learning needs
Module 1   commication issues and adult learning needs
Module 1   commication issues and adult learning needs
Module 1   commication issues and adult learning needs
Module 1   commication issues and adult learning needs
Module 1   commication issues and adult learning needs
Module 1   commication issues and adult learning needs
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Module 1 commication issues and adult learning needs

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Safety Communication and Adult Learning Objectives:: …

Safety Communication and Adult Learning Objectives::
Identify when an adult learning need is being met.
Complete a learning style assessment to identify learning styles and improve your ability to reach employees with safety messages and training.

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  • 1. Module 1 Communication Issues & Adult Learning Needs Safety Communication & Training Techniques – For Small Business – © 2005 National Safety Council Safety Communication & Training Techniques 1
  • 2. Module Objectives  Assess advantages and disadvantages of several methods of communication.  Identify when an adult learning need is being met.  Complete a learning style assessment to identify learning styles and improve your ability to reach employees with safety messages and training. © 2005 National Safety Council Safety Communication & Training Techniques 2
  • 3. Module Objectives (cont.)  Identify strategies and methods (best practices) for effective safety communication and training.  Identify actions to take to address barriers and special communication or learning needs/challenges.  Identify 2 actions to implement at your workplace and potential barriers/how to overcome them. © 2005 National Safety Council Safety Communication & Training Techniques 3
  • 4. Methods of Communication  Verbal  Nonverbal  Written  Visual Images (Graphics) Which method is used most at your facility? How do you know it is effective? © 2005 National Safety Council Safety Communication & Training Techniques 4
  • 5. Adult Learning Needs and Principles  Need to know why they are learning to apply learning to immediate, real-life challenges.  Have experience they apply to all new learning.  Need to be in control of their learning.  Want to learn to be more effective and successful. © 2005 National Safety Council Safety Communication & Training Techniques 5
  • 6. Activity: Applying Adult Learning Needs to Communication & Training 1. Discuss the scenario. 2. Identify at least 1 adult learning need met. Check corresponding adult learning need(s) and give reasons. 3. Answer questions about communication types and messages. 4. Prepare to discuss your responses as a class. © 2005 National Safety Council Safety Communication & Training Techniques 6
  • 7. Activity: Learning Style Assessment 1. Review each statement. In each column, respond to each choice by using this scale.  3 (most preferred)  2 (somewhat preferred)  1 (least preferred) 1. Total each column. © 2005 National Safety Council Safety Communication & Training Techniques 7
  • 8. Learning Styles  Visual: Learn through seeing  Auditory: Learn through listening  Kinesthetic: Learn through moving, doing, and touching © 2005 National Safety Council Safety Communication & Training Techniques 8
  • 9. After 2 Weeks How People Remember Involvement © 2005 National Safety Council Safety Communication & Training Techniques Remember 9
  • 10. Basic Elements of Good Communication  To achieve effective communication, sender and receiver must be active participants in process.  A good communicator pays attention to what is said AND how it is said.  How can I become a good communicator?  How can I become a good listener? © 2005 National Safety Council Safety Communication & Training Techniques 10
  • 11. Elements of Effective Safety Training Important elements (best practices) must be taken into consideration in any safety training effort.  Sound planning  Design a high quality learning experience © 2005 National Safety Council Safety Communication & Training Techniques 11
  • 12. Activity: Rating Effectiveness of Communication Methods 1. Consider principles/elements of communication and training. Discuss a need and method. 2. Check the method identified, rate effectiveness, and give reasons. Identify a more effective option. 3. Present ideas to the group. © 2005 National Safety Council Safety Communication & Training Techniques 12
  • 13. Communication & Learning Challenges & Barriers  People see, hear, and interpret information in different ways. – Learning disabilities or special learning needs – Other communication and learning challenges/barriers  Recognizing and managing issues will help ensure successful communication. © 2005 National Safety Council Safety Communication & Training Techniques 13
  • 14. Activity: Addressing Communication & Learning Challenges in the Safety Setting 1. Identify ways to handle safety communication or learning challenges/special needs you may face (or have faced) at your business. 2. Identify as many ways as possible to effectively handle/manage the issue. 3. Share a challenge/need and strategies with the class. © 2005 National Safety Council Safety Communication & Training Techniques 14
  • 15. Planning for Your Small Business 1. Identify 2 actions you will take when you return to your worksite. 2. Identify potential barriers you might encounter in taking these actions. 3. List ideas for overcoming the barriers. © 2005 National Safety Council Safety Communication & Training Techniques 15

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