Oct. 21-25, 2024 | Online
February 2025 | In Person
Safety 2025 Pre/Post-Conference
July 2025 | In Person
About These Events
- Explore emerging issues relevant to the OSH profession
- Expand your knowledge and professional skills
- Develop strategies for overcoming OSH challenges
- Engage in discussions that advance the profession
Course Proposal Guidelines and Policies
We invite you to submit a course proposal for review by our Council on Professional Development. Courses range from 0.5 to three days.
As part of an objective evaluation process, our expert selection panel considers these criteria:
- Degree to which the proposed course meets our education objectives
- Instructor's presentation skills and teaching experience
- Interest in/need for the topic within the OSH profession
Course proposals are due by Friday, April 12, 2024. Please complete a separate application for each course you are proposing. We will consider up to four proposals per instructor. We will not consider incomplete submissions.
For each proposed course, please take these steps:
- Describe the course and provide a daily outline based on the course length
- Indicate the knowledge level—beginner zero to four years’ experience), intermediate (five to ten years’ experience), advanced (10 or more years’ experience), or executive (senior safety management) — expected of learners who attend the course
- Specify up to five primary learning outcomes using action verbs describing what learners will be able to do after attending your course.
- Explain why the topic is relevant to the OSH profession
- Describe your experience with the topic
- Explain your qualifications related to the course topic (two pages maximum) and include your name, education, current position and certifications/designations
- Highlight up to five noteworthy articles and publications from the past three years
- List your relevant experience presenting courses lasting one day or more at one of our events.
- If you have not delivered a course at one of our education events, provide a link (from YouTube, Vimeo, or a similar platform) to a five-minute video showcasing your teaching style
ASSP has the sole authority and responsibility for selecting the topics and content of all educational programming it delivers.
We will notify you of acceptance via email by Friday, May 24, 2024.
Submit your proposal
Please contact our professional development team.