Flag Person Instructor
The Flag Person Instructor course is available to organizations interested in conducting training internally, allowing the ability to continuously train staff and ensure the consistency of procedures in the work zone environment. This includes the complete Flag Person course and covers comprehensive teaching techniques to ensure information is being communicated properly.
- Review of the Flag Person Training Course
- Orientation techniques
- 3 principles of training a flag person
- "Tool box talks"
- Key fundamentals to giving presentations
To take this course you must have completed the Work Zone Traffic Accommodations course.
Course Duration: 1/2 Day
For more information about the course please call (306) 757-3197 or contact us.
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