AAE Safety Instructor Training
Safety Training Manuals and Resources

Do you want to become an instructor? Typically there are two reasons why, either, you work for a safety company, and want to provide a training class, or the second, is that you would like to do inhouse, company specific safety training for your own employees.  Providing inhouse training has a couple advantages, first is cost.  Especially if you have a more then 10 employees, you can literally save thousands of dollars for your company.  The second reason, is that it the course is company specific, and you can discuss company specific issues.

Please complete the form below, and we will consider your application.  Typically the most important element we are looking for is that you have field experience in the topic.  For example, if you are applying to be a fall protection instructor, we would want to see that you have used fall protection previously.

 

OSSA Fall Protection Instructor

AAE Safety offers a 3 day OSSA Fall Protection Instructor Training Course.  Upon successful completion the instructor is able to train workers in the OSSA Fall Protection Course.

The required pre-requisites for the Instructor Candidate are: 

1. Adult learning credential (ACSA, Enform, Nait all have short courses on this topic)

2. Current first aid training

3. 2 years experience with fall protection.

4. Pass a skills test using fall protection equipment.

Once we have verified the above elements, you can begin the instructor training program.  

In our program, we typically have a ratio of 1 to 1.  The master instructor trains the candidate in a one on one atmosphere.  Because of this format, we can offer the course around your flexibility.  

Day 1– You must take the End User Fall Protection Course, this is important, so you know what the course should look like.

Day 2- Program standards, administrative processes, and Lesson Plans, on this day, you sit down with a master instructor and gain an understanding of the process of teaching the course. On this day, you will study the CSA Z 259 standard series and review the specifications of a variety of common Fall Protection equipment.  This will give you an advantage as an instructor, because you will have a greater understanding of the equipment. 

Day 3- Co-teach two chapters from the course in a class environment.

After Day 3, you are now able to teach the program for 6 months.  You must have your audit within this time, to ensure conformity to lesson plans.

(Note: Days do not have to be consecutive).

Once you have successfully passed the audit you are a fully certified instructor!  

Each year you will need to update your first aid certificate with us, and verify that you have taught 3 course in the previous calendar year.  Each 2 years afterwards you will need to have an in class audit done to remain current.

The cost of the course is $1495.00+GST, however we can give discounts if you are buying manuals with your instructor course.

 

 

 

OSSA Confined Space Entry and Monitor Instructor

AAE Safety offers a 3 day OSSA Confined Space Entry and Monitor Instructor Training Course.  Upon successful completion the instructor is able to train workers in the OSSA Confined Space Entry and Monitor Course.

The required pre-requisites for the Instructor Candidate are: 

1. Adult learning credential (ACSA, Enform, Nait all have short courses on this topic)

2. Current first aid training

3. 2 years experience with Confined Space Entry and Monitor .

4. Pass a skills test using Confined Space Entry and Monitor equipment.

Once we have verified the above elements, you can begin the instructor training program.  

In our program, we typically have a ratio of 1 to 1.  The master instructor trains the candidate in a one on one atmosphere.  Because of this format, we can offer the course around your flexibility.  

Day 1– You must take the End User Confined Space Entry and Monitor Course, this is important, so you know what the course should look like.

Day 2- Program standards, administrative processes, and Lesson Plans, on this day, you sit down with a master instructor and gain an understanding of the process of teaching the course. On this day, you will study the CSA Z 1006 standard  and review the specifications of a variety of common Confined Space Entry and Monitor equipment.  This will give you an advantage as an instructor, because you will have a greater understanding of the equipment. 

Day 3- Co-teach two chapters from the course in a class environment.

After Day 3, you are now able to teach the program for 6 months.  You must have your audit within this time, to ensure conformity to lesson plans.

(Note: Days do not have to be consecutive).

Once you have successfully passed the audit you are a fully certified instructor!  

Each year you will need to update your first aid certificate with us, and verify that you have taught 3 course in the previous calendar year.  Each 2 years afterwards you will need to have an in class audit done to remain current.

The cost of the course is $1495.00+GST, however we can give discounts if you are buying manuals with your instructor course.