Training & Events

Basic Principles of Constructive Feedback

December 12, 2017 | 12:00pm-1:30pm | Keene, NH

Having Those Difficult Conversations: Not many people like confrontation. However, if you don’t tell your employees (or your teenagers) when and why they aren’t meeting your expectations, they won’t change their behavior and you’ll remain an unhappy parent or employer. Taking corrective action and educating your employees/children about how to meet your exceptions can have only good results. They will either correct their behavior or they should be walked down your disciplinary path.

During this workshop, we’ll discuss ways to deliver feedback in an appropriate manner and build respectful workplaces. This discussion will include when feedback is needed, who delivers the feedback, and when & how it should be delivered. You’ll leave this workshop with a six-step method for delivery.
For more information: Contact Paula Mathews at (603) 261-2402 
Register: Visit
Date:  December 5, 2017
Time:  12:00pm-1:30pm
Place: Hannah Grimes Center, 25 Roxbury St., Keene, NH 03431
Cost:   $20.00

Safety and OSHA Compliance Training

December 5, 2017 | 9:00am-12:00pm |Concord, NH

Safety and Compliance 101: Are you in Compliance with all the State, Federal, and OSHA regulations that apply to your industry & your company? Do you know how to get free State & Federal posters?  Join us to learn basics that any employer needs to know…some before the first employee is hired.  You don’t want your company to be at risk for failure to comply which could result in thousands of dollars of fines.   We’ll be covering over 50 topics applicable to businesses, whether they are non-profit or for-profit. This training will involve all three components: State, Federal, and OSHA. 

For more information: Contact Paula Mathews at (603) 261-2402 
Register: Contact Greg Hessel, ReGeneration Resources (802) 251-0048
Date:  December 5, 2017
Time:  9:00am-12:00pm
Place: NHDOT headquarters located at 7 Hazen Drive in Concord, New Hampshire

Forklift Certification Training

Are your Forklift Operators certified?

Forklift Operators must possess a signed certification card to prove they have been trained on the equipment they are using. If audited, OSHA can fine up to $70,000 for each forklift operator that is operating without proper training or certification.

This forklift certification training class includes a certificate of completion and a formal, on-site evaluation at your place of business.

If you are interested in scheduling Forklift Certification Training for your employees please contact Paula Mathews via e-mail at or call (603) 261-2402 x13.