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IASHEP DISTANT LEARNING & COURSE CHALLENGING
The International Association of Environmental, Health and Safety Professionals (IASHEP) believes that professional education is the key to working in the Environmental, Health and Safety field. As such, IASHEP offers Classroom, Distant Learning, Life Learning & Course Challenging opportunities as an alternative to traditional classrooms attendance when necessary.
All IASHEP courses whether they are taught by our faculty in a classroom or by Distant Learning or Course Challenging, maintain the same educational standards as those of the traditional classroom with the additional flexibility and convenience of learning built around your schedule and you can still obtain a professional credential from IASHEP by registering for our Distance Learning, Life Learning & Course Challenging.
Distant Learning (Geographic Flexibility)
IASHEP believes that distance learning can increase access to educational courses for our members and students who are not located near an IASHEP offered classroom taught course. Distance learning can also increase opportunities for students across the globe, ensuring that students don't have to choose a school based solely on its location. In many ways, taking a IASHEP distant learning course is similar to a traditional face-to-face course.
You will still have an IASHEP instructor to work with you on your class assignments and also offer you education assistance if needed. All of the elements of a traditional course the syllabus, the course material, textbooks, lectures, discussions, tests and grades will be part of your distant learning course.
International Training Opportunities to Obtain Professional Credentials and University Degrees.
Distance Learning features several advantages, particularly for non-U.S. students seeking an accredited U.S. degree. Perhaps the most relevant benefit involves the luxury of remaining in your home country while studying and consequently avoiding the inconvenience of applying for a student visa to study in the United States. Other advantages include:
· Accessibility for those living away from the training center
· No waste of time or other resources in transport, commuting to a central location for classroom training
· Flexibility to study in any convenient location with an Internet connection
· Self-paced learning
· Quickly browse materials you have already mastered, and concentrate time and effort in areas containing new information and / or skills
· Study materials at a personal speed and intensity, without having to wait or slower pace of the average classroom
· Just-in-time learning; more opportunities to study the most current material available Flexibility for those with irregular work schedules
· Accessibility for those with restricted mobility (e.g., handicapped, injured, elderly)
· Accessibility for those with family responsibilities (e.g., parents with young children at home)
Challenging an IASHEP Certified Course
The International Association of Environmental, Health and Safety Professionals also believes that if you have taken a course somewhere else in the environmental, health and safety filed but did not get a professional certificate or professional credential, you can challenge any IASHEP Professional Credentialed courses.
There is a Five Step Process:
1. You must be a member of International Association of Environmental, Health and Safety Professionals (IASHEP) and be a member in good standing with the organization.
2. You must petition IASHEP to challenge the course by completing the IASHEP Course Challenge document and pay your course fees. Note: The course must be of the same type as an IASHEP course and must be of equal length.
3. The fees for course challenging, is:
(a) $795.00 for an Advanced level course,
(b) ($595.00 for a Certified Specialist Professional course and
(c) $195.00 for a Certified Technician Professional credential.
So, select the IASHEP course that you want to challenge, pay the fee and submit your information to IASHEP.
4. You then must take a proctored and timed open book examination and you must pass the written test depending on the course level with a 70% or better to receive your professional credential. You have three chances to pass the open book examination. Should you fail to pass the course challenge, you must then take the classroom version of the course.
5. You must find a proctor and have them complete the IASHEP proctoring form and submit it back to IASHEP. Once the form is received by IASHEP, we will contact the proctor and have your test sent to them.
IASHEP allows an open book test, but you cannot use student notes and your books can not be highlighted. The proctor will examine your testing materials to ensure honesty when taking the examination.
IASHEP accepts university degrees, community colleges, military occupational specialty education (MOS) and other course providers located on this list. The courses must be in the environmental, health and safety field and your completion certificate must be within the last three years for challenging an IASHEP course. If a provider is not located on this list, please provide the name of the provider(s) and IASHEP will contact that organization and then notify you if we take their course credentials.
Life Learning Skills
Unfortunately, college transcripts don’t always reflect real life experience and many colleges and universities do not prepare you for the real-world experience. If you have a lot of on-the-job knowledge and practical experience in the environmental, safety & health field but no diploma or certificate to show for it, life experience credits may give you some of the recognition you deserve. IASHEP accepts life learning experience and distance learning programs and reviews students’ real-life experience and grants experience credits based on what students have learned outside of the classroom.
Perhaps you’ve learned environmental, health or safety experience from working for your employer and gained field-specific experiences in environmental, health and safety field. Instead of sitting through a class to learn what you’ve already mastered, requesting life experiences can save you time and money. Please complete the IASHEP Life Experience Form for our evaluation. Once we have reviewed your document, you may then challenge an IASHEP Certified Course.
Online or Distant Learning Environmental, Health & Safety Degree & Certificate Providers that are recognized by IASHEP
You may already have college or military occupational specialty (MOS) credits just waiting to be transferred. Don’t leave your past behind. Take pride in your previously earned college credits, military occupational specialty, on the job or union education and life experiences. Complete the IASHEP Distant Learning or Course Challenge document and we will advise you from there.
The following organizations are recognized by IASHEP:
American Society of Safety Engineers (ASSE)
American Industrial Hygiene Association (AIHA)
All OSHA Training Institute Educational Centers (OTIEC)
Any State OSHA Consulting Group
Arizona Division of Occupational Safety & Heath (ADOSH)
Arizona Southwest Chapter of National Safety Council
Arizona State University (ASU)
Atlantic OSHA Training Center - Rutgers School of Public Health
Associated General Contractors (AGC)
Atlantic OSHA Training Center – Universidad Metropolitana – Instituto de Educacion Ambiental
Board of Environmental, Health & Safety Auditor Certifications(BEAC)
Board of Environmental, Health & Safety Auditor Certifications (CPEA)
California State University Dominguez Hills (CSUDH)
Canada's National Centre for Occupational Health and Safety
Board of Canadian Registered Safety Professionals (BCRSP)
Chabot – Las Positas Community College District
Coastline Community College
Construction Safety Council/ National Safety Education Center
Columbia Southern University (CSU)
Eastern Kentucky University (EKU)
Georgia Tech Research Institute
Grand Canyon University
Great Lakes OSHA Education Center – Eastern Michigan University
Great Lakes OSHA Education Center – University of Cincinnati
Keene State College
Institute for Safety & Health Management (ISHM)
Metropolitan Community College Kansas City Missouri
Mid-America OSHA Education Center
Mid-Atlantic OSHA Training Institute – Chesapeake Region Safety Council (CRSC)
Mid-South OSHA Education Center – Alliance Safety Council
Midwest OSHA Education Center – Barton County Community College
Midwest OSHA Education Center – National Safety Council – Nebraska
Minnesota Safety Council
National Registry of Environmental Professionals (REP)
National Safety Council
National Safety Management Society
National Safety Education Center – Northern Illinois University
National Examination Board in Occupational Safety and Health (Nebosh)
New England Institute of Technology
Northern Illinois University
Occupational Safety Councils of America (OSCA)
Red Rocks Community College
Rochester Institute of Technology
State of Nevada (SKATTS)
Midwest OSHA Education Center – Saint Louis University
National Resource Center – West Virginia University
Navajo OSHA Consultation or other Tribal Nations
Texas Engineering Extension Service
University of California San Diego (UCSD)
University of Calgary (Canada)
University of California Santa Cruz
University of Maryland University College
University of South Florida OTI Education Center
University of Texas-Arlington (TEEX)
University of Washington OSHA Training
World Safety Organization (WSO)
For more Professional Organizations that IASHEP may accept training courses from are:
IASHEP also desires to partner with U.S. Veterans seeking employment in EHS fields where credentials are approved for reimbursement. Any eligible service member or veteran that qualifies for the Montgomery G. I. Bill, or VEAP, or Dependents Educational Assistance can send a copy of the test results along with your Reimbursement Application to the VA office that handles your education benefits. For more details on eligibility requirements and reimbursement procedures, visit the VA web site at www.gibill.va.gov or call 1-888-gibill-1.
Credentialing Opportunities On-Line:
Credentialing Opportunities On-Line (COOL) helps service members and veterans find information on certification and licenses related to their Military Occupational Specialties (MOSs). COOL explains how service members and veterans can meet civilian certification and license requirements and provides links to numerous resources to help get them started. Check out these sites: Army COOL, Navy COOL, Air Force COOL, Marine COOL.
There is a substantial need for talented and well-trained individuals in the environmental, health and safety fields. Veterans and Active-duty service members will find many opportunities that their skills can relate to and transfer over to the safety and health management area of certification and lead to employment.
IASHEP is accredited through the International Accreditors for Continuing Education and Training (IACET)
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The International Assoc. Of Safety Health & Environmental Professionals (IASHEP): The IASHEP Certified Trainer (IASHEP-CI) course gives you the practical platform skills and confidence you need to succeed. This powerful seminar puts the latest American National Standards Institute (ANSI /ASSE Z490.1 2016): Criteria for Accepted Practices in Safety, Health and Environmental Training at your fingertips. Learn what it really takes to build an effective safety, health or environmental training program.
The International Assoc. of Safety Health Environmental Professionals (IASHEP) Outreach Training Program permits occupational safety and health professionals to become authorized as trainers and conduct training for workers in locations worldwide. Through this program, IASHEP Authorized Trainers conduct introductory and intermediate level classes for workers based on construction safety or general safety.
INTERNATIONAL & NATIONAL EDUCATIONAL COVERAGE
The International Assoc. of Safety Health Environmental Professionals (IASHEP) Outreach Training Program was created to meet the ongoing demand for high quality occupational safety and health training for workers in locations, not only located inside the United, but IASHEP Certified Trainers (CTI) can present training opportunities outside the United States as well. All IASHEP programs and online courses are available to be conducted worldwide 24 hours a day 7 days a week.
When you become an IASHEP Certified Instructor (IASHEP-CTI), if you want to teach IASHEP 4-16 hour level courses, and have your workers or clients who want to receive an IASHEP course completion certificate from your own company, this is possible. The cost for the course completion certificate will be $35.00 per student.
Should you wish to teach other IASHEP Certified Technician or Specialist Level courses, you must take the IASHEP Certified Trainers Course or OSHA Outreach Trainer Equivalency Trainers currently authorized, and in good standing, through the USDOL Outreach Training Program or other accepted authorized trainer programs like the Board of Certified Safety Professionals (BCSP), Canadian Board of Certified Safety Professionals (CBSP), World Safety Organization (WSO), National Safety Council NSC), NEBOSH, and other countries professional associations may qualify for immediate authorization by Challenging the IASHEP Certified Trainer (CTI) knowledge test.
Please note for liability reasons to protect yourself, your company, your students and IASHEP; to teach the subject that you are teaching you must demonstrate that you have the required skills and knowledge in the topic that you would be teaching others . Once you have achieved that level, IASHEP Board of Directors will decide if they will authorize you to teach the higher level courses and pay an administrative fee to IASHEP for using IASHEP course materials. You must join IASHEP and be a member in good standing to teach the International Assoc. of Safety Health Environmental Professionals (IASHEP). This membership cost is $100.00 per year.
To help our IASHEP Certified Trainers keep up with their continuing education and learn new topics, IASHEP offers our Certified Training instructors (CT) & members twelve (12) free Specialist or Technican level courses throughout the year. No other professional organization can make this offer to their members.
Maintaining Trainer Authorization: The trainer authorization is valid for three years. You are required to recertify by submitting your recertification points that can be found in the IASHEP recertification handbook and paying your $150.00 renewal fee. You must also be a member in good standing by paying your IASHEP membership dues of $100.00 per year due on January 1 of each year.
Please note: All IASHEP training materials are located on our online training platform. The authorized instructor will be provided with the following:
Student Registration Form
Student Sign-in sheets
Student Course Handout Materials - (If Text Books Are Required, Additional Charges May Apply.)
Student Course & Instructor Evaluation Sheets
Course Completion Certificates will be mailed to the student within 30 days after completion of the course.
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What is required to be an IASHEP Certified Instructor?
Answer: To help ensure you will be successful and considered acceptable by the International Assoc. of Safety Health Environmental Professionals (IASHEP) as an "IASHEP Certified Instructor" you, or if you are going to be teaching IASHEP courses for your own private company, your employer, or teaching for IASHEP, the following requirements must completed as a minimum:
Must be member of IASHEP and be a member in good standing.
The trainer must complete the International Assoc. of Safety Health Environmental Professionals (IASHEP) "Train-the-Trainer" course and training in the topics being presented. IASHEP does accept trainer certificates from other organizations such as but not limited to;
State Boards of Education,
United States Department of Labor, OSHA Training Institute & Authorized OSHA Training Institute Education Centers (OTIEC)
Mine Safety & Health Administration (MSHA)
National Institute for Occupational Safety & Health (NIOSH)
Center for Disease Control (CDC)
United States and other foreign countries military training institutes,
Various Certified Colleges and Universities, or have professional instructor credentials from major professional associations like the Board of Certified Safety Professionals (BCSP), World Safety Organization (WSO), National Safety Council (NSC), Institute of Occupational Safety & Health (IOSH), National Fire Protection Association (NFPA), NEBOSH. International Institute of Risk and Safety Management (IIRSM), and others per the IASHEP Board of Directors approval.
Note: Any certificates of training or professional credentials from the National Association of Safety Professionals (NASP) or the International Association of Safety Professionals (IASP) will not be accepted by IASHEP.
The trainers are required to meet the necessary experience in the topic being trained as determined by the International Assoc. of Safety Health Environmental Professionals (IASHEP).
Must meet the requirements of the American National Standards Institute (ANSI) Z490.1 requirement. The Z490.1 standard sets the bar for workplace safety training. It includes criteria for developing, implementing, managing, documenting, and evaluating a safety training program. “ANSI/ASSP Z490.1 is the gold standard for developing, delivering, and managing safety and health training in the USA.
The trainer must demonstrate the ability to present training in a manner and language that is understood by employees.
The trainer is required to show that they have the knowledge, skills, and abilities (KSAs) evaluated by the International Assoc. of Safety Health Environmental Professionals (IASHEP) evaluator or an employer-appointed qualified person.
The trainer must demonstrate, through evaluation by the International Assoc. of Safety Health Environmental Professionals (IASHEP) auditor, or by their employer, that employees being trained have gained the required KSAs to work in a safe and healthful manner.
At the present time in order to continue to protect the well-being of the worlds workforce, the International Assoc. of Safety Health Environmental Professionals (IASHEP) delivers Virtual Instructor-Led Training (VILT) to provide training on occupational safety, health or environmental subjects in a manner other than in-person.
The International Assoc. of Safety Health Environmental Professionals (IASHEP) Virtual Classroom Training brings the classroom learning experience to you. Engage with an expert IASHEP certified and accredited instructor for practical, on-the-spot training in the safety, health & environmental field or should you choose to go the self study route, you can study at your own pace.
Live learning -- Classes are conducted live, so students can get practical, on-the-spot answers from instructors and engage each other to reinforce learning.
Real-world knowledge - Whether delivered virtually or in person, our courses are designed by experts to help students learn best practices based on real-world scenarios from our certified instructors.
Convenience and Flexibility - Join a class without the need to travel. Schedule training on days your team would have been traveling.
All of our International Assoc. of Safety Health Environmental Professionals (IASHEP) Certified Instructor led (ZOOM) courses require live attendance. We have divided the required contact hours into additional days in some cases to consider the unique circumstances our clients are handling.
Each student must have the following:
Your location or ours. Get started with compliance training in a comfortable environment, learning from expert instructors.
With onsite training, IASHEP brings our certified instructors and accredited courses to your facility. This allows you to save travel costs, as well as train an entire group at a time. We can teach to your schedule, which is helpful for companies who have workers on multiple shifts. We can also break up our classes into sections to minimize the time your employees are away from their tasks.
For classes needing hands-on activities, we can use your equipment and help plan scenarios using your facilities. Also, onsite classes are often shorter in duration than our scheduled classes because we can cover just the portions of the class that your facility needs.
The Following Policies Must Be Followed When Taking or Providing an IASHEP Course
The International Assoc. of Safety Health Environmental Professionals (IASHEP) curriculum developers and instructors are expressly prohibited from featuring any product, instrument, device or materials in any IASHEP course for which they receive any share of royalties or profits from the product promotion or endorsement.
International Assoc. of Safety Health Environmental Professionals (IASHEP) contractors are expressly prohibited from soliciting IASHEP students or customers for competing products and services.
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Nondiscrimination Policy Statement
The International Assoc. of Safety Health Environmental Professionals (IASHEP) does not and shall not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, gender identity or expression, age, national origin or ancestry, disability, marital status, parental status, sexual orientation, or military status, in any of its activities or operations.
These activities include, but are not limited to, facilitation of training, hiring and firing of staff, selection of volunteers and vendors, and all provision of services. Any question of interpretation regarding this Nondiscrimination Policy Statement shall be referred to the Director of Compliance for final determination.
The International Assoc. of Safety Health Environmental Professionals (IASHEP) Education & Training Director is responsible for the secure storage and retention of student records and is also solely responsible for the release and issuance of student records following the completion of the course. Information regarding students, including grades or transcripts, may only be disseminated by the Registrar, with the express written consent of the student.
Student information accessible accessible by International Assoc. of Safety Health Environmental Professionals (IASHEP) Education & Training Director. All employees and contractors while conducting International Assoc. of Safety Health Environmental Professionals (IASHEP) business may not be used for other purposes or be shared with any other parties for any reason. This policy applies to all information whether it be personally identifiable information (PII), deemed otherwise confidential, or considered non-confidential.
This includes information input by instructors regarding student performance during a International Assoc. of Safety Health Environmental Professionals (IASHEP) .
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