Working at Heights Partnership

Working at Heights Partnership

Formerly known as Working at Heights Train-the-Trainer

Our Working at Heights Training Partnership gives you the skills and tools to become an approved provider of OSG’s Working at Heights program, which has been approved by the Ministry of Labour, Immigratoin, Training and SKills Development’s Chief Prevention Officer (CPO).

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Train-the-Trainer course

Application materials and support

Course materials and templates

Become a CPO-approved provider of Working at Heights Training

OSG’s Working at Heights (WAH) Training Partnership is for organizations who want to become approved providers of OSG’s CPO-approved Working at Heights program.

  • Gain access to OSG’s CPO-approved program
  • Deliver a trusted program that’s the result of over 500 hours of instructional design
  • Save time on course development with OSG’s expert-developed program
  • Gain the skills and tools to provide exceptional training to keep your clients or organization compliant
  • Work with a trusted partner - OSG has been developing and delivering Health & Safety training for over 25 years and has developed over 300 programs
  • Enjoy flexible materials management with the option to purchase or print your training materials

How it works

  1. Register to become an OSG Training Partner by signing a Training Provider Agreement.
  2. Gain access to OSG’s CPO-approved WAH materials, provider application materials, and one seat in our Working at Heights Train-the-Trainer course.
  3. Register your instructor in our 1-day WAH Train-the-Trainer course. Participants learn how to deliver the program and how to apply to become an approved provider.
  4. Submit your provider application to the Ministry of Labour, Immigration, Training and Skills Development (MLITSD) using our prefilled application templates.
  5. Once the MLITSD approves your application and your instructor passes their evaluation, you will be an approved provider of OSG’s Working at Heights program.
  6. You can order training materials from OSG or print your materials using the files provided by OSG.

 

OSG’s Working at Heights Training partnership provides you with a CPO-approved WAH program that you can use to apply to become an approved provider. Your organization is responsible for becoming an approved provider and maintaining that approval status, which is a process managed by the MLITSD. Please review the MLITSD’s Provider Standards to learn more about their instructor qualifications, learning assessments and administrative practices.

What's Included

Training for your Instructors

Our 1-day Train-the-Trainer course teaches participants how to connect course content with their own knowledge and experiences to deliver effective WAH training. Participants also learn about the application process, including the required documents and what to expect during the review process.

Provider Application Materials

We provide you with prefilled application forms and templates to make your application to the Ministry of Labour, Immigration, Training and Skills Development as smooth as possible. We’re also available to answer any questions you have during the application process.

Materials to deliver CPO-approved Working at Heights Training

When you become a partner, you gain access to OSG’s CPO-Approved WAH course materials

  • PowerPoint slides
  • WAH kit containing physical materials:
    • 1 leader guide
    • 12 participant manuals
    • 12 workbooks with case studies quizzes
    • Digital program files including the leader’s guide, participant manual, and workbook. If you do not wish to order physical materials from OSG, you may print your materials using these files.
  • Wallet card certificate template files to enable you to issue certificates to your participants
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Train-the-Trainer Course

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Partnership pricing

Under OSG’s new Training Provider Agreement, organizations gain a complete and flexible solution to become a provider of Working at Heights Training. OSG’s solution includes:

Training Provider Agreement (required)

$3,495  for new training partners

Description: Licensing access to OSG’s CPO-approved WAH materials. Includes

  • Digital files to the Working at Heights and Working at Heights Refresher Leader’s Guide, course slides, lesson plan, participant manual and workbook
  • Digital files and templates to submit your provider application to the MLITSD
  • Physical materials (WAH Kit) - 1 leader’s guide, 12 participant manuals, and 12 workbooks
  • Access to OSG’s WAH Partner webinar to learn about course updates and how to submit your application.

License (required)

$12 per Working at Heights certification issued

Description: charged for each Working at Heights certification (license) your organization issues. This fee covers annual updates to course materials and for the duration of the partnership.

Participant Manual (optional)

$6.95 per Working at Heights participant manual

Description: Print copies of the WAH Participant Manual - a guide with key concepts for participants to reference during and after training. Partners are not required to purchase participant manuals. They may choose to reuse these materials or print their own materials using the digital files provided.

Participant Workbook

$4.25 per Working at Heights workbook

Description: Print copies of the WAH Workbook - includes exercises and tests to be completed by WAH participants during training. Partners are not required to purchase workbooks. They may choose to print their own materials using the digital files provided.

Additional Train-the-Trainer Enrolment 

$495 per attendee

Description: 1-day training session to onboard additional WAH trainers for your organization. Participants learn how to connect course content with their knowledge and experiences to deliver effective WAH training.

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CPO Approved Badge 2024

OSG's Working at Heights Program has been approved by the Ministry of Labour, Immigration, Training and Skills Development's Chief Prevention Officer.

Working at Heights Partnership FAQ

How do I become a Working at Heights training partner with OSG?

To become a WAH training partner, an organization must enter a training partner agreement with OSG. The agreement must be signed by a designated signing authority for your organization.

Instructors must be employed with an organization that has a partnership agreement with OSG to access OSG’s WAH program

Can I start training Working at Heights after I get access to OSG's program?

To offer WAH Training, the Ministry of Labour, Immigration, Training and Skills Development (MLITSD) requires that both the program and provider be approved by the Chief Prevention Officer (CPO).

Before you can start training OSG’s WAH program, you must submit a provider application to the MLITSD for approval.

OSG’s WAH program meets the MLITSD’s Program Standards. You are responsible for meeting the MLITSD’s Provider Standards which include instructor qualifications, learning assessments and administrative practices.

Once your provider application has been approved by the MLITSD, you can start training OSG’s Working at Heights Program.

How do I become an approved Working at Heights (WAH) Training provider?

Before you can offer WAH Training, you must submit a provider application to the Ministry of Labour, Immigration, Training and Skills Development’s (MLITSD) Chief Prevention Officer (CPO).

Your provider application must include a WAH program. Both the provider and the program must be approved by the CPO.

OSG’s Working at Heights Training partnership provides you with a CPO-approved WAH program that you can use to apply to become an approved provider. As a provider, you are responsible for meeting the MLITSD’s Provider Standard.

What is the application process to become an approved Working at Heights (WAH) training provider?

  1. Submit your application to the Ministry of Labour, Immigration, Training and Skills Development (MLITSD) using OSG’s program and application templates.
  2. The MLITSD will notify you once your desk application is approved.
  3. The MLITSD will conduct a field assessment. During this assessment, an assessor from the MLITSD will evaluate a mock training session delivered by your instructor. Once your instructor has passed the evaluation, the MLITSD will notify you that you are an approved provider of Working at Heights Training.

For more information, review the MLITSD’s application process webpage.

How long does it take for the MLITSD to approve my application?

The Ministry of Labour, Immigration, Training and Skills Development (MLITSD) assesses applications on a first-come, first-served basis. The length of time it takes to complete a full assessment of a training program depends on the quality of the application and associated training materials, and the number of existing applications in the review process.

Please note OSG is unable to influence MLITSD application review and approval timelines.

How much do the participant manuals and workbooks cost?

We offer partners two options for participant manuals and workbooks:

  1. Partners can order printed materials from OSG,
    • Participant manuals are $6.95 per manual + shipping
    • Workbooks are $4.25 per workbook + shipping.
  2. Partners can print their own participant manuals and workbooks using the digital files provided by OSG.

Can I print my own participant manuals and workbooks?

Yes, once you are a training partner with OSG you gain access to digital files for WAH training materials. If you do not want to order printed participant manuals and workbooks from OSG, you can print your own using these digital files.

Get Started

Call us at 800.815.9980 or fill out the form below and a member of our team will be in touch within two business days.