SCSA Classrooms Go Paperless
The Saskatchewan Construction Safety Association (SCSA) is proud to announce its classrooms are going paperless. A pilot project was launched at its Regina office today to replace all paper course manuals in its classrooms with internet-connected tablet computers.
“We hope that modernizing our classrooms with the use of these devices will enhance the learning experience of employers and their employees; eliminating some of the barriers they have identified with respect to their success as effective safety leaders,” said Collin Pullar, president of the SCSA.
The SCSA offers 17 classroom courses at its offices in Regina and Saskatoon, as well as throughout the province upon request. After the pilot project is complete, plans are in place to have tablets completely replace student manuals and other course materials for all classroom training.
To learn more about SCSA classroom courses, please visit: www.scsaonline.ca/courses/classroom-training