TRAINING 

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Essential Skills for Trainers Participant’s Workbook & Facilitator’s Handbook w/ DVD Training Module

National RTAP; 2012

Abstract: The Essential Skills for Trainers module can be used in two ways: as a course that will teach you important principles and techniques of training, or as a manual that will take you through the steps of preparing to conduct your next training session. The program explores a number of topics, including what makes training effective, how to work with adults and groups, what your job as a trainer involves, and how to use training activities and materials.

System Security Awareness for Transit Employees (CD)

National Transit Institute, Federal Transit Administration; 2002

 

This module defines terrorism, transit system vulnerabilities, and the potential effects of terrorism on transit. It also introduces the concept of a systems approach to security.  Explores an employee's role as the eyes, ears, and mouth of the organization - not only observing and listening bust report as well.  It stresses the differences between unattended and suspicious packages, between profiling and suspicious behavior. This module concentrates on dispelling the myths  and reinforcing the facts regarding Anthrax and other chemical, biological, and radiological agents. It addresses an employee's priorities in the event of a real security threat or incident. 

System Security Awareness for Transit Employees: Warning Signs (CD)

National Transit Institute, Federal Transit Administration; 2003

 

This is a 15 minute fast-paced video presentation on the key aspects of system security for transit employees. It will increase the viewer's awareness of what to look for and what to do regarding suspicious activity, packages, devices and substances. The practices put forth will not only help a transit system "harden the target" relative to terrorism, but will also improve overall security - helping to reduce all levels of crime. 

Ergonomics for the Twenty-First Century; Office Ergonomics (VHS)

Long Island Productions, Inc. & Coastal Video, 2000

 

Ergonomics is the science of fitting jobs to the people who work in them The goal of an ergonomics program is to reduce work-related musculoskeletal disorders (MSD) developed by workers when a major part of their jobs involves reaching, bending over, lifting heavy objects, using continuous force, working with vibrating equipment and doing repetitive motions.