Certified ODRT Instructor Training

CERTIFIED H&S Member Instructor:

CERTIFIED ODRT INSTRUCTOR TRAINING

ODRT (Occupational Disability Response Team) Instructors


How do I qualify to be an Instructor for the ODRT?

For you to become an ODRT Instructor you must complete the 10 day ODRT training, which is held over a two week period.

The following are the requirements.

  • You must have completed Level I, II and III.
    • Level I – Rights and Obligations
    • Level II – Benefits and Representation
    • Level III– Appeals and Dispute Resolution
  • When Instructor training is scheduled by the ODRT.  the ODRT will advise the PSAC.
  • We (PSAC) will canvas our eligible members for their interest.
  • A selection process will be done.
  • Names of all interested qualified candidates go to the REVP and the Regional Coordinator for final approval.

Note: Certification is done by the ODRT and not the PSAC.

ODRT Link  http://www.odrt.ca/

 

CERTIFIED WHSC MEMBER INSTROCTOR


WHSC (Workers Health and SafetyCenter) Instructors


How do I qualify to be an Instructor for the WHSC?

If you are interested in becoming an Instructor for the WHSC you will have to complete the WHSC two week in-house training. You will be certified in accordance to the Centers qualifications.

The following are the eligibility requirements for the Instructor training

  • You must successfully complete the Level 1 Occupational Health and Safety Training – 30 hour.
  • When Instructor training is scheduled by the WHSC, the WHSC will advise the PSAC.
  • We (PSAC) will canvas our eligible members for their interest.
  • A selection process will be done.
  • Names of all interested qualified candidates go to the REVP and the Regional Coordinator for final approval.

Note: Certification is done by the WHSC and not the PSAC.

WHSC Link http://www.whsc.on.ca/

 

For additional information please review the

Selection Policy and the Subsidies policy