Hello. How did it go?
Didn't I warn you? He's a grouch! I'll let you in a secret, though. He does care, even though he hides it pretty well.
Anyway, I'll tell you how to get to the questions he has for you. They're not too hard, and you can go back to the library if you need to look anything up.
Did he tell you to turn the questions in to your boss when you get them done? Well, that's right. But I bet he told you that he was having lunch with your boss tomorrow. Right? I swear ... that man! That was a little fib to try and make you nervous.
Really, your boss will just check your answers to make sure they are right and make a note that you've completed the online part of your training.
After everyone in your work unit completes the training, your supervisor should schedule a staff meeting to talk about violence prevention and how to handle things where you work. Your supervisor should also arrange for you to see a video on Workplace Violence.
So, now, just click on the following link to get a Word document with the questions.
You can complete it and save it on your computer and then give or e-mail a copy to your supervisor.
Or, you can print it out, complete it, and turn it in:
After you get the questions, if you need to look anything up, you can go back to the library or look back at your notes on the notebook that you may have printed out or have open in another window.
You may also print out a certificate for
completing the online portion of this class. (Just remember that your training
is not complete until you have attended a staff meeting or group discussion
session set by your supervisor. Your supervisor will be able to print some certificates
for the completion of the full course at that time.)
Employees, when you're all done with the questions, just go to the evaluation to
let us know what you thought of the course.
Supervisors, when you're all done with the questions, click on the exit link at the bottom of this page to get instructions to go on to the Supervisory section of the course. (You will complete an evaluation at the end of that section.)
Dog-gone-it! That man's hollering for me again ... Gotta run!