Train The Trainer

Our Train The Trainer program is designed for individuals interested in becoming safety trainers. It equips participants with the necessary skills to deliver effective safety training sessions, develop course materials, and engage learners in a dynamic and interactive manner.
In order to be effective, safety training must be taught properly. That is why Peak Safety Training provides a range of Train the Trainer courses. The intent of these courses is to train the people responsible for training workers on various safety procedures. When trainers take our Train the Trainer courses, they learn how to teach safety procedures in an engaging, clear way that leaves workers with the knowledge they need to keep themselves and others safe.

Who Benefits from Train the Trainer Courses?

Supervisors, managers, and workers all benefit from Train the Trainer courses. Any industry that requires specialized safety training should ensure that those providing any training orientation have been taught how to do so effectively. Because safety training is so varied, there are Train the Trainer courses available for an array of safety orientation categories, from forklift training to asphalt safety to bear awareness. Make sure that your team is getting the most out of their safety training by ensuring that supervisors and managers are properly equipped to facilitate safety procedure training.

Train the Trainer Courses

Group orientation
Orientation: Train the Trainer
Man facilitating a group meeting
Train the Trainer Certification
Man holding a clipboard next to a red forklift
Sit Down Forklift Train the Trainer
Worker standing next to a forklift driver in a warehouse
Stand Up Forklift Train the Trainer (CAN)
Yellow forklift next to crates in a warehouse
Truck Mounted Forklift - Train the Trainer (CAN)
Pallet jack equipment on warehouse floor
Pallet Jack (Manual, Electric) Train the Trainer (CAN)
Aerial boom lifts and scissor lifts
Aerial Lift Train the Trainer (MEWP) Certification (CAN)
Men working on bucket truck platform
Vehicle Mounted Aerial Lift (Bucket Truck) - Operator Safety (CAN) - Train the Trainer
Person wearing a safety harness and holding a carabiner
Fall Protection Train the Trainer Certification (CAN)
Boom Lift - Operator Safety (CAN) - Train the Trainer
Confined Space - Awareness Training (CAN) - Train the Trainer
Technician wearing PPE and working with blood sample in test tube
Vehicle Mounted Aerial Lift (Bucket Truck) - Operator Safety (CAN) - Train the Trainer
Handling asbestos with gloved hands
Asbestos Awareness (CAN) - Train the Trainer
Worker paving an asphalt road
Asphalt Paver (CAN) - Train the Trainer
Worker paving asphalt in front of a road roller
Asphalt Safety (CAN) - Train the Trainer
Bear cub climbing a tree trunk
Bear Awareness (CAN) - Train the Trainer
Be is the scientific name for Beryllium
Asbestos Awareness (CAN) - Train the Trainer
Woman facilitating a group meeting
Sales Leadership Program - PMSA & PMSC
A management team of one man and two women
Sales Management Program - PSMC

Course Topics

  • Orientation definition
  • Reasons for conducting orientations
  • Legal requirements
  • Due diligence
  • When to conduct orientations
  • How to create an orientation template
  • Orientations for contractors
  • Preparation tips for trainers
  • Orientation record keeping
  • The principles of adult learning
  • The 3 main learning styles
  • Tools for encouraging and maintaining a desire to learn
  • Techniques for preparing for a presentation, overcoming nervousness, and delivering the training
  • How to establish friendship, trust, and credibility with learners
  • Techniques for effective communication
  • Instructional methods and audio/visual aids
  • Training evaluations
  • Anatomy
    • Interior
    • Exterior
    • Pre-shift Inspections
  • Stability
  • Personal Safety
  • Know Your Machine
  • Know Your Worksite
  • Anatomy and Components
    • Interior
    • Exterior
    • Pre-shift Inspections
  • Stability Principles
  • Safe Operations
  • Common Hazards
  • Anatomy
    • Exterior Inspections
    • Interior Inspections
  • Stability
  • Personal Safety
  • Know Your Machine
  • Know Your Worksite
  • CAN/CSA-B335-04 – Safety Standards for Lift Trucks
  • CAN/CSA-B335-94 – Lift Truck Operator Training
  • Can/CSA-B352.0-09 – ROPS, FOPS
  • ANSI/ITSDF B56.1 – Safety Standard for Low Lift and High Lift Trucks
  • ANSI/ITSDF B56/1 – Safety Standard for Rough Terrain Forklift Trucks
  • ISO 5057:1993 – Inspection, repair of fork arms in service on fork-lift trucks
  • How to Train
    • Introduction
    • Mitigation/ROI
    • Standards
    • Preparation
    • Training Day
  • Aerial Lift Standards
    • Introduction
    • Anatomy
    • Stability
    • Operations
    • Hazards
    • Conclusion
    • Final Exam
  • Anatomy and Inspection
  • Stability
  • Safety Begins with You
  • Know Your Machine
  • Know Your Worksite
  • How to Train
    • Canada Standards
    • Trainer Responsibilities
    • Record Keeping
    • Classroom set-up
    • Using and Customizing Training Materials
  • Fall Protection Training Outline
    • Introduction
    • Equipment
    • Inspections
    • Operations
    • Hazards
    • RESCUE
    • Conclusion
    • Final Exam
  • Equipment use and inspection
  • Atmospheric testing
  • Safe operations and entry duties
  • Permits
  • Common hazards
  • Rescue procedures and roles
  • Exposure and Diseases
  • Identification
  • Safe Work Practices
  • PPE
  • Anatomy
  • Stability
  • Safe Operations
  • Common Hazards
  • Exposure
  • First Aid
  • PPE
  • Safe Practices
  • Hazards
  • Bear Identification and Behaviour
  • Basic Defensive Measures
  • Bear Encounters
  • Safety Practices
  • Exposure
  • Monitoring
  • Safe Operations
  • PPE
  • A comprehensive training manual including the renowned PMSA Relationship Retail Sales System and the PSMC Professional Sales Management Program
  • A thorough demonstration of the selling process and how to implement it
  • A complete sales training implementation process
  • An easy-to-understand breakdown of the twenty tips and techniques to successfully train your staff
  • How to hold your staff’s attention; get people involved and wanting to learn more
  • How to get the commitment and desire from your staff to use the information they are being taught
  • How to make training fun and interactive
  • How to unlock the mystery of training people to retain and apply the techniques they learn
  • Games and contests you can use in your store to produce results
Sales Management Philosophy
  • Salespeople profiles
  • Your responsibilities as a sales manager
  • The use of knowledge is power
The Sixteen Principles of Successful Sales Management
  • What to do and what not to do
  • Definition of a successful staff
  • Recruiting and finding applicants
  • Interviewing, checking references
  • Making the decision, hiring dont’s
  • Four distinct areas you must provide training
  • The keys to effective training
  • Sales standards
  • Customer service standards
  • Standards are not negotiable
Sales Goals
  • How to set goals
  • Talking the numbers
  • What numbers to set goals for
  • Adjusting goals
  • Target and goal planners
  • Goals are the name of the game
  • What numbers should you track
  • Total sales are the result of actions
  • CRA (Closing Ratio Average)
  • The primary numbers
  • React/not wallpaper
  • Store and individual productivity reports
  • Implementation checklist
  • When, what, why, and how to coach
  • Weekly meeting log
  • Owner/store supervisor checklist
  • How to motivate your staff
  • What un-motivates people
Steps to Termination
  • Protecting your people and company
  • Do’s and don’ts
  • Demotion as an option
  • Progressive steps
  • Documentation
Sales Contests
  • How and when to a run contest
  • Run contests to increase a statistic
  • The best contests – everyone wins
Sales Meetings
  • When and why to hold a meeting
  • Meeting topics