Chief Operating Officer
As NORCAT’s COO, Jason is responsible for the management and implementation of large scale training programs and innovative delivery mechanisms to provide health and safety solutions across a variety of industries. Jason has lead health and safety educational program development / delivery projects for some of the largest companies nationally and internationally with a particular focus on interpreting and combining government regulatory requirements with corporate training and health and safety desired outcomes. Jason is a thought leader in training technology and is instrumental in aiding companies determine the best use of learning technology to achieve their training objectives.
Jason has worked within a broad industry base to provide both in-person and technology-based customized health and safety programs and solutions to clients in government, healthcare, education, mining, construction, oil and gas, among many other sectors. Jason also works in international markets, aiding industries in developing jurisdictions to develop world-class health and safety programming and technology systems to help ensure that each worker has the knowledge and skills to work safely each and every day.
Jason is dedicated to his community, having served on many volunteer boards including the position of Past President of the United Way Centraide Sudbury and / et District, and currently serving on the Board Of Governors at Cambrian College in Sudbury and on the Board Of Directors at Workplace Safety North. Jason has been honoured with several awards recognizing his volunteerism in the community and has been the recipient of the 40 Under 40 awards program and an Ontario Ministry of Citizenship and Immigration Volunteer Service Award.
This presentation will delve into best practices utilized in the development and delivery of innovative, online, asynchronous course content, and it’s accompanying supports, developed via the OASIS Project. The Online Apprentice Support Initiatives for Success (OASIS) Project was launched to increase support for Electrical apprentices, with a focus on underrepresented groups, as well as to provide access to innovative green energy programs that address emerging trends in this evolving sector. Discussion will revolve around the early results surrounding the intention of the project, which is to give apprentices and Journey people the opportunity to upskill on their own time, without having to relocate or take time off work, thereby opening more doors for promotion and providing continued education.
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