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					 Biosafety training




                      Chalk to computer –
                     routes to competence
          Part 2 - Computer-based training
          for Microbiological safety cabinets
                         Dr Paul Jackett
             Medical Research Council (UK)

EBSA 29 April 2005     Chalk to computer – routes to competence
 Biosafety training

Computer-based training –
Microbiological safety cabinets (MSC)
Background information
• Inconsistent standards of use of MSCs
• Required corporate standard for knowledge
  base
• Designed for internal MRC use
• Targets bench scientists


EBSA 29 April 2005   Chalk to computer – routes to competence
 Biosafety training


 Program context

 • Example of training at task level
 • No substitute for practical experience
 • Complements at-the-bench training
 • Partnership with commercial software provider
   (CBT Design Company Ltd)
 • Web-based program


EBSA 29 April 2005   Chalk to computer – routes to competence
 Biosafety training

 Course format
 • Interactive
 • Modular
 • Approx 30 minutes course plus 20 minutes
   assessment
 • Unique log-on for each student
 • Separate manager access for
           • Allocating student identification number
           • Monitoring training records
EBSA 29 April 2005   Chalk to computer – routes to competence
 Biosafety training




EBSA 29 April 2005   Chalk to computer – routes to competence
 Biosafety training




EBSA 29 April 2005   Chalk to computer – routes to competence
 Biosafety training




EBSA 29 April 2005   Chalk to computer – routes to competence
 Biosafety training




EBSA 29 April 2005   Chalk to computer – routes to competence
 Biosafety training




EBSA 29 April 2005   Chalk to computer – routes to competence
 Biosafety training




EBSA 29 April 2005   Chalk to computer – routes to competence
 Biosafety training




EBSA 29 April 2005   Chalk to computer – routes to competence
 Biosafety training




EBSA 29 April 2005   Chalk to computer – routes to competence
 Biosafety training

    Conclusions:
    • A personal learning experience
    • Met objective for setting corporate standard
    • Benefits from set criteria
    • Applicable internationally
    • Reflects good practice
    • Made available commercially
    • Potential for other modules

EBSA 29 April 2005   Chalk to computer – routes to competence
 Biosafety training



CBT training program
CBT Design Company http://www.cbtdesign.com/


Support from
Mike Stephens                            Head of Health, Safety and
                                         Security Management, MRC




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