Call for Feedback: Enter to Win an iPad Mini!

iPadMini-Press-02-623-80As we enter the 2014/2015 school year, we are looking for feedback from students and teachers. We want to reach as many students across the province as possible. To meet this goal, we need to know what is working well for students and educators and what we can do better.

You can help us improve and expand our program by sending us your feedback (see contest details):

  • Students: How has Safety in Schools benefited you?
  • Teachers: How do you use Safety in Schools in the classroom?
  • Website: How can we improve?

Send us your feedback and you will be entered into a draw to win an iPad Mini.

Students: How has Safety in Schools benefited you?

Now that we are in our third full year of operation and students have had the chance to apply their Safety in Schools training in the workplace, we would like to hear from students some of the ways that Safety in Schools has benefited you.

  • Have there been incidents in your workplace when you have applied your safety training?
  • Was having industry-recognized safety certification of benefit to you as you sought employment?
  • Did Safety in Schools courses and resources play a role in helping you decide on the career path that is right for you?
  • Would you be willing to share your story with prospective students and educators through inclusion in Safety in Schools marketing materials?

Teachers: How do you use Safety in Schools in the classroom?

One of the benefits of our online learning program is that it allows for flexibility. We create your school and teacher accounts and you decide how to deliver the courses to your students. Teachers who are new to Safety in Schools often ask us how other teachers use the program.

You can help these teachers by telling us:

  • What programs of study do you use Safety in Schools online courses for?
  • Do you use Safety in Schools courses to deliver some, all or most of the learning outcomes for the programs you teach?
  • Do you supplement Safety in Schools courses with in-class materials?
  • Do your students complete coursework in class, at home or both?
  • How do Safety in Schools course outcomes factor in to your in-class grading?

How can we improve our website?

Our newly reformatted website is for more than just your coursework. It also contains safety and career information to equip you with the tools you need to build a great career. You can help us improve this resource by offering us your suggestions.

  • Does the new look and feel work well for you?
  • What kind of resources would you like to see more of on our website?
  • How do you think we can better utilize our website and other resources to bridge the gap between industry and students?

Contest Details

To enter the contest, send an email, that briefly answers one or more of the above questions, to sarar@safetyinschools.ca:

  1. With subject line, “Feedback Contest”;
  2. That includes your first and last name and whether you are/were a student or a teacher; and,
  3. What grade and program of study you were in (or teaching) at the time that you last used a Safety in Schools course.

Feedback collected as part of this contest may be used in future marketing materials as well as on the Safety in Schools website and social media accounts. When quoting a student or teacher, we will use a first name and descriptor, such as “Jeff, Grade 11 Work Experience student” or “Dana, CTS teacher”. Unless otherwise requested, the contest winner will be announced in our Fall Issue of the Safety in Schools newsletter. The winner will also be notified via email after the contest has been closed.

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