Electrical Hazard Awareness and Aerial Rescue Train the Trainer
This 5-day immersive learning experience delivered by NATS/OSHA-authorized trainers will provide the necessary credentials to trainers, educators, general foremen, supervisors and safety professionals who are responsible for training and educating others on electrical hazard awareness and aerial rescue skills and techniques as part of their daily work duties. Each attendee will be evaluated on his/her Electrical Hazard Awareness Training (EHAT) and Aerial Rescue (AR) competencies. Successful completion of this competency evaluation will result in an EHAT and AR Qualification.
NATS has worked with other OSHA-authorized trainers who are subject matter experts (SME's) in Electrical Safety and Journeymen Linemen from the IBEW to develop this state-of-the-art program that is going to revolutionize how electrical hazard education is delivered to arborists across the US!
This EHAT and Aerial Rescue Train the Trainer will inspire you to think differently, help you understand the "why" behind successful education techniques and break down personal barriers to unleash the educator within you to rise to your ultimate potential. An added bonus, the course location is situated between Sequoia and Kings Canyons National Parks, providing a breathtaking backdrop for personal growth.
Participants must have 5 years documented experience in utility arboriculture and be pre-qualified as competent and experienced in aerial rescue. The registration form must be filled out.
Participant Competency Testing:
Each participant will be required to pass a competency evaluation that demonstrates competency in electrical hazard awareness and aerial rescue.
Registration Deadline: early registration ends on November 8th; late registration runs November 9th through November 22nd; course registration closes November 22nd
Location: Hume Lake, 64144 Hume Lake Road, Hume CA 93628
Date: December 7-12, 2019
Course Times: Each day will begin early and all evenings will include session time. Please be prepared to focus all week on the training program. There will not be time to leave the camp/resort for any other activities during the week.
Cost: $2,495 early registration (through 11/8/19); $2,895 late registration (11/9/19-11/22/19); course registration closes on 11/22/19. Cost includes 5 nights’ accommodations, all meals and refreshment breaks, use of facilities, as well as all course materials, instructor resources and certificate package. Participants need to make their own travel arrangements to arrive at the camp facility.
CEUs: International Society of Arboriculture (ISA) Certified Arborists, Utility Specialists, Municipal Specialists, and Tree Workers will be eligible to receive CEUs for the two-day course