Our courses are designed to meet the specific needs of adult learners and delivered by an instructor using multimedia tools (PowerPoint Presentation, video, etc.) to enhance the learning experience. Detailed lesson plans are included in the instructor’s manual for each course.
Course objectives are clearly presented to participants at the beginning of the course.
Pre-tests are used to trigger the participants’ interest in key elements of course content and also identify for the instructor areas of weakness and strength within the participant group.
Course fees are based on per person and are designed to include training materials provided to the participants.
For the purpose of practical training exercises, equipment is supplied by the client
(e.g. Mobile Crane, Lift Truck, Elevated Work Platform etc.).
To maintain the integrity of the training and the practical training exercises and examination, maximum class sizes are restricted accordingly.
To allow CICT to keep per person fees at a minimum and to allow for group discussion and interaction, minimum class sizes are also imposed.
CICT employs instructors with a combination of extensive experience in industry and educational instruction. This combination of practical field industrial experience coupled with knowledge and expertise in adult teaching practices ensures the workshop participants receive practicable information delivered in an effective manner.
Strengths of the CICT team include diversity of skill sets in industry including:
- Construction and industrial workforce supervision;
- Safety training development and facilitation;
- Demonstrated success in the consultation process and building cooperative client relationships remaining flexible to client’s emerging needs;
- EH&S system design and practices;
- Project Management;
- A proven track-record for planning and designing effective strategies, practices & resources.