Crane and Rigging Conference / Industrial Crane and Hoist Conference.
This conference is held annually and provides education and networking opportunities for:
- Safety and risk managers
- Crane and rigging supervisors
- Lift directors
- Project managers
- Others responsible for crane and rigging operations in the construction and heavy lifting industry.
If this interests you, then you will not want to miss the session “Understanding Adult Learning Styles When Developing an Effective Training Program” presented by James Headley. Topics of the session include:
- Student-centered v. Instructor-centered training
- What makes adult learning unique
- Steps for developing a quality training program
Conference Dates and locations:
December 3-4 at the Hilton Houston Nasa Clear Lake.
Founder and President of Crane Institute of America, James Headley, will be a guest speaker at CRC/ICHC 2014. Join him December 3 in Houston, Texas as he presents “Understanding Adult Learning Styles when Developing an Effective Training Program.”
Headley will be discussing the difference between student- and instructor-centered training; the uniqueness of adult learning; and the essential steps for the development of a quality training program. The session will include a demonstration of load chart interpretation, complete with a hands-on exercise for attendees.
Interested in attending? Register at www.craneandriggingconference.com before Aug. 1, 2014 for $495 ($595 after Aug. 1, 2014).
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