Asia Pacific OHS Training Convention 2017

The inaugural Asia Pacific OHS Training Convention 2017, themed “Upskilling OHS Trainers for Future Workplaces”, provides a rare opportunity for trainers in Singapore and the region.  It brings together both overseas and local speakers to share the tenets, tools, and latest developments in training technologies.  The Convention is targeted at OHS/WSH trainers who are key in ensuring a trained, competent and safe workforce in their respective organisations and countries.

This Convention also provides an opportunity for local trainers to meet the Continuing Professional Development requirements under the Ministry of Manpower’s T³ Programme, whereby trainers need to clock a minimum of 10 CPD hours per calendar year.  This Convention would accord 7 CPD points to trainers, as well as registered WSH Professionals, for their attendance.

So, don’t miss this unique opportunity to catch up on what’s new and upcoming on the Learning & Development scene, both locally and internationally, and raise your knowledge, skills and capabilities in readiness for the demands of the future.

 

Who Should Attend

OHS/WSH trainers, WSH Professionals, OHS/WSH training providers/centres, HRD managers, researchers, and those whose responsibilities encompass learning and development. 

 

Date :
2 September 2017
Time : 9am to 5pm 

CPD Points

:

7 SDUs / 7 CPDs for WSHPs and WSH Trainers

Duration : 1 day
Venue : The Fullerton Hotel Singapore
Fees :

SISO Member and affiliated organization:
S$321.00* (Full fee)
S$160.50# (After grant)

Others:
S$417.30* (Others)
S$208.65# (After grant)

 

#The Employment And Employability Institute (e2i) Course Funding:

This programme is supported by e2i. The grant will only be available to Singapore Citizens and Permanent Residents.

 

 

*Fee includes GST, light refreshments and lunch.

 

Please contact: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. for more information.

 

(Inclusive of lunch time of 1 hour)

Date Sat. 2 Sep, 2017
Time 9:00 am