TCEcD Recertification is required every three years.-áSpring TCED graduates must recertify by June 30-á and Fall TCED graduates-ámust recertify by December 31.-á Recertification requirements focus on-ácontinuing education opportunities in economic development.-á A minimum of-á48 hours of professional development is required over the three-year cycle,-áwith 16 hours of training recommended per year.
This is the first time in American history that we have had four different generations working side-by-side in the workplace. Generational differences can affect everything, including recruiting, building teams, dealing with change, motivating, managing, maintaining and increasing productivity and how you interact with your customers. In order to understand this eclectic environment, it is necessary to understand what generations are present in today's workplace. By the end of this course, participants will be able to: Define the four generations and their workplace characteristics; Identify the commonalities and values of each generation and how that affects motivation and behavior in the workplace; Describe how each generation defines success and how this impacts communication and relationships in the workplace; -áUnderstand how to coach and manage employees of different generations; Learn to appreciate and respect people of all generations.
ISO 13485:2016 Key Points of Change and the Importance of Leadership in New Standard, ISO 13485:2016 specifies requirements for a quality management system where an organization needs to demonstrate its ability to provide medical devices and related services that consistently meet customer and applicable regulatory requirements. Requirements of ISO 13485:2016 are applicable to organizations regardless of their size and regardless of their type except where explicitly stated. Wherever requirements are specified as applying to medical devices, the requirements apply equally to associated services as supplied by the organization. According to the new ISO13485:2016 standard, leaders establish unity of purpose and direction of the organization and should create and maintain the internal environment in which people can become fully involved in achieving the organization's objectives. As such, Leadership now has defined responsibilities for ensuring quality execution such as: strategic alignment, specific resource support, staffing, oversight, measurement, and promotion of the quality system.
TIFs & PILOTs 101 will take a deep dive into the mechanics of how tax increment financing (TIF) and payment in lieu of tax (PILOT) incentives work. Participants will learn step-by-step processes for these key financing tools for economic development.
If you are a new EHS supervisor or recently been reassigned to supervise your company's EHS programs, the University of Tennessee Center for Industrial Services (UT CIS) offers a multi-day training program to help you develop important technical and people skills. This training program will also help if you want to establish a competency baseline for multiple employees. This program is designed to help you: GÇó avoid costly mistakes to your company GÇó effectively transition to new responsibilities GÇó develop important EHS supervisor skills in four essential areas GÇó choose the entire series for $750 or one (or more) modules in four Essential areasGÇó Supervisor Essentials (Day 1-2) Problem Solving, Delegating, Effective Communication, and Conflict Resolution are the four primary areas that our customers tell us are most important for a new EHS supervisor to manage their supervisory responsibilities effectively. Each area is a 4-hour module led by Roberta Pettis, UT CIS Supervisor and Leadership Trainer.GÇó Environment Management Essentials (Day 3) Understanding a facility's environment management requirements are important to an EHS supervisor, even if reporting is another manager's responsibility. Lynn Reed, UT CIS trainer, provides overview of facility regulatory requirements, the importance of maintaining an Environment Management System (EMS), and EMS best practices.GÇó Inspection Preparation Essentials (Day 3) Federal and State Regulators may have scheduled visits or unannounced inspection at your facility. Having a plan for these visits and a well-documented records system are important to an EHS supervisors for a successful Inspection experience. Paul Lynes provides guidance on how to approach and manage an inspection.GÇó Safety Essentials (Days 4-5) The OSHA 10-Hr training program provides important information and real world examples of safety requirements that a new EHS supervisor needs to help keep workers safe. Bryan Lane, UT CIS trainer, delivers OSHA training programs to workers and managers to our industry customers statewide. Training participants receive an OSHA 10-hr card.
We invite you to explore our training offerings by selecting any of the class links in the schedule above.
If you already have an account for the Center for Industrial Services Online Training Portal, but have not logged in since August 2017, you will need to do one of two things:
1) Enter your previous User Name and Password. If they match what we have on record, you will be prompted to change your password in order to enter the new system.
2) If they do not match, you will need to click on the 'Forgot user name and password?' link. You will then enter your email address in the Login Credential area and then complete the ReCaptcha (an advanced risk analysis technique that tells humans and bots apart) and an email containing a link to reset your password will be sent.
- You can also register by completing the Course Registration Form and emailing it to Carol.Jones@tennessee.edu
- If you have previously taken classes through UT CIS before and cannot get logged into the system, please Email Carol Jones or you can call her direct at: (615) 253-6371 or toll free at: (888) 763-7439.
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Cancellation and Refund Policy
No refunds or credits issued one week or less prior to the first date of class.
No refunds for cancellations more than one week prior to the first date class but credit may be applied toward another UTCIS course.
Please note: Some Environmental, Health and Safety courses require that students complete a Medical Evaluation Form. Please check course descriptions to determine if this applies to the course you're registering for, then complete the form and bring it with you to the first class.
Please contact Carol.Jones @tennessee.edu with any registration questions