~ Sanitation and hazardous waste disposal.
l If the laboratory extends beyond one training day, you should review the appropriate
procedures at the beginning of each day.
Review Instructional Materials
, Ensure the students know what instructional materials are available and how to use them.
n Thoroughly explain the job sheet(s).
Relate Classroom Instruction To Laboratory Performance
n Explain to your students how the information presented in the classroom relates to the
n When conducting a demonstration, make sure all the students can see the demonstration.
Emphasize safety at the appropriate points of the demonstration.
Issue Tools And Materials
n If tools and/or materials must be issued, ensure that you explain the procedures for issue
n Keep work areas free from unnecessary clutter with tools or materials.
n Explain safety precautions and closely monitor students to ensure compliance with safety
9 You must always follow safety procedures and may want to demonstrate the procedures
for the students.
Assist Students As Necessary
n provide an environment for your students to learn by doing. Assist them as necessary,
but do not do their work for them.
n Depending upon the type of training, it may be appropriate to use more capable or
experienced students to assist other students. However, you must be particularly watchful
to ensure that proper procedures are being followed. It would not be appropriate to have
students aid other students when safety is involved.
Recognize Individual Student Differences
n Do not compare any students performance with that of other students.
n Check for student understanding of the assignment.
= Provide assistance only as required.