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r2p & p2r at Work: Career Technical Education

Reaching new and younger workers entering the construction workforce is critical to ensuring that safe work practices are learned early in a person’s career. A well-established system exists for reaching those workers who come in through labor-management apprenticeship and training programs. Another pathway is through career technical education (CTE) programs.

New tools for CTE Administrators and Instructors are now available that have come out of recent research on OSH education in post-secondary CTE construction programs. Find out how your programs rae doing with the following resources: 

 

     Download the Guide.
  
  YOUR CONSTRUCTION SAFETY PROGRAM: SAFE STUDENTS, SAFE WORKERS: 
     
A Guide for Administrators & Instructors in Post-Secondary Career Technical Education (CTE)
     Construction Programs

 

 

Take the 10-minute online assessment.  

Use related resources.

  •  “20 Questions” Handouts for Administrators and Instructors. To use in group discussion or professional development workshops on the guide.

For more information, contact Diane Bush at dbush@berkeley.edu or 510-643-2424."

 

Advice and support were provided throughout the project by the following organizations: