November 6, 2019 | 12 – 1 PM Pacific
Presented By: Alejandra Domenzain, MA, Program Coordinator, LOHP
This webinar will explore how adults learn best, the 5 steps to develop a training plan, and how to incorporate meaningful interaction within training activities. Participants will also learn how to adapt materials and activities for low-literacy participants, and will identify resources for multi-lingual, interactive training materials on occupational safety and health.
At the completion of this webinar, participants will be able to:
Describe basic adult education principles
Utilize the 5 steps to develop an effective training plan
Identify ideas and resources for creating interactive training, and how to adapt materials for low literacy participants when necessary
Alejandra Domenzain is a Program Coordinator at the Labor Occupational Health Program at the University of California, Berkeley, where she is responsible for developing and overseeing projects addressing the health and safety of immigrant, low-wage workers in a variety of high-hazard industries. Alejandra started her work in the field of low-wage immigrant workers at National Council of La Raza in Washington, DC writing curricula and providing training and technical assistance to community-based organizations around the country. Then, she worked with the UCLA Labor Occupational Safety and Health Program in Los Angeles focusing on workers in the informal economy. At the Garment Worker Center, she was a health educator, advocate, and program manager. She went on to serve as Assistant Director of Sweatshop Watch, working on state-wide campaigns and policy initiatives in coalition with other advocates of low-wage immigrant workers. Alejandra has also worked in the field of international development, adult education, and as a credentialed public school teacher in LAUSD for five years. She has a MA in Urban Planning and in Latin American Studies from UCLA and a Bachelor’s in Science of Foreign Service from Georgetown University.
Special Thanks to LOHP!
Certificates of Completion are available to learners who attend the live presentation, complete an online evaluation, and have an attentiveness score of 85% or higher throughout the duration of the presentation. Qualified learners will receive a Certificate of Completion as a PDF via email within one week of completing the evaluation.
Check out our 2019 Webinars page for more information on how attentiveness scores are calculated.
The Center for Occupational and Environmental Health designates this activity for a maximum of 1.0 Contact Hours. Participants should claim only the credit commensurate with the extent of their participation.