I am running late for my class. Should I still attend the training?

2016-09-09

Under most circumstances, TSCTA has a grace period to accommodate late arrivals. We would encourage you to contact the training center for individualized assistance if you anticipate arriving in excess of 15 minutes after the course start time.

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I am interested in having training at my location. Is that possible?

TSCTA does onsite training for many of their courses.  Please review the Onsite Training Request section of our website to complete and submit an onsite training request form. We will contact you within 1-2 business days of receiving your request.

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I lost my course completion card. Can I get a replacement?

That depends on the type of training, how long ago it was, if a replacement was previously issued and other factors. More detailed information can be found on TSCTA’s website under Duplicate Course Completion Materials Request.  Please carefully review each of the options to properly select the form you need to complete your request for […]

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I am registered for a class at TSCTA and need travel instructions. Where can I find this information?

TSCTA has directions for each location on their website. Please select your location from the links below: Long Island City, NY 200 Broadway, Bayonne NJ 751 Broadway, Bayonne NJ

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What are your hours of operation?

Each location maintains its own daily operating schedule. For each locations specific hours of availability, please select one of the links below: Long Island City NY; 200 Broadway, Bayonne NJ; 751 Broadway, Bayonne NJ

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8-Hour Hazwoper Refresher

This training program consists of a synopsis of the core elements of an occupational safety and health program including emergency response plan and procedures. Additional course topics to be explored include proper use of air monitoring devices and appropriate use and hands-on demonstration of PPE.

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40-Hour Hazwoper Training

This training program consists of a synopsis of the core elements of an occupational safety and health program including emergency response plan and procedures. Additional course topics to be explored include proper use of air monitoring devices and appropriate use and hands-on demonstration of PPE. Besides live lecture and instructional videos, the program includes…

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What is a CEU?

2016-09-07

IACET developed the CEU in 1970 as a standard unit of measurement for quantifying CE/T activities (CE/T). One (1) IACET CEU equals 10 contact hours of participation in an organized CE/T experience delivered under responsible ownership capable direction, and qualified instruction. Not all CEUs are created equal! The term “CEU” is in the public domain […]

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What is an accredited provider?

To ensure quality in Continuing Education and Training (CE/T) programs and to increase consumer confidence in organizations that adhere to the ANSI/IACET Standard, IACET established its Authorized Provider program in 1991. This program recognizes organizations that have proven that their CE/T policies and processes meet all elements of the ANSI/IACET Standard. In 2015, IACET renamed […]

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What is IACET?

IACET’s mission is to promote and enhance quality in continuing education and training through research, education, and the development and continuous improvement of IACET criteria, principles, and standards. The IACET standard is what learners seek for quality and is the core of thousands of educational programs worldwide.

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Fall Protection Awareness

2016-07-25

This course covers topics such as the cause and nature of fall hazards at the work place, the correct procedures for erecting, maintaining, disassembling, inspecting fall protection systems, the use/operation of guardrail systems, personal fall protection systems, safety net systems, warning line systems, fall protection plans, safety monitor system, and falling object hazards…

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30-Hour OSHA Construction Safety & Health Program

2016-07-24

This program includes OSHA policies, procedures, and standards, as well as construction safety and health principles. The training will place emphasis on those areas that are most hazardous, using OSHA standards as a guide. This program is more applicable for the construction supervisor, with a more intensified focus on various occupational safety and health standards.

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