When you complete one of our training programs, you're completing a recognized certificate program.
Our programs are designed to help educate employees, supervisors and managers in various occupational
safety and health topics.
If you are trying to transition into the safety and health field, then our programs will help you
build a strong foundation in work-related safety and health. OSHA courses, such as the OSHA 10 and
OSHA 30, only discuss rules and regulations. Our programs are designed to help teach supervisors
and managers how to create effective safety and health programs within a company. If you are trying
to break into the safety and health field, these are essential skills you will need.
Once you complete and purchase certificates for one of our training programs, you can list it on
your resume under the category of professional development. We cannot say our programs will guarantee
you a job in the OSH field; however, they certainly will help you build knowledge. Obtaining a job
in the OSH field depends on several factors, such as your job aspirations, experience in the field
and how well you interview.
Some colleges and universities, such as Columbia Southern University (an accredited university in
Orange Beach, Alabama) grants credits for our 132-Hour OSH professional program. Additionally, some
professions and organizations require individuals to meet CEU requirements which can be fulfilled
by taking our training in many cases. You should always check with schools and other organizations
to ensure they will accept our training.