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Using the Instructor Guide Important: Read through the entire instructor package and pay special attention to the lesson plan. Carefully read the notes accompanying the training slides and study the participant hazard and security plan (HSP) template. It is estimated that, for an expert trainer, a minimum of 16 hours of preparation are required for delivering the course the first time. If you are not an expert trainer, it may take you longer to prepare for the course the first time you present it. As a trainer becomes more familiar with the flow and content, preparation times will diminish, but every instructor should spend some time preparing his or her presentation. Good luck and safe and happy training! Preface This instructor guide contains the materials for facilitating and guiding the HSP workshop. This guide contains: The instructor guide with instructions on how to present the course. The lesson plan. The instructor PowerPoint presentation with notes. The workshop participant guide (which is the PowerPoint presentation slides in a "three-up" format), the HSP Instructions, the HSP template, and an agenda. The CD-ROM contains the template that participants will adapt for their organizations and sample policies and procedures that can be used as resource materials. This CD-ROM must be duplicated in sufficient quantity so each student gets one copy with their "hard copy" template. The CD-ROM also contains all the materials in an electronic format for preparation of workshop materials and the PowerPoint presentation. The purpose of the workshop is to have participants take notes on the HSP template so that when they return to their office, they can quickly complete their own plan. When participants leave the workshop, they should feel they have a draft plan in hand that they will refine at their office. The workshop has many goals, and as the instructor it is your duty to: Help workshop participants overcome any resentment they may have to the concept of an HSP. Help workshop participants achieve a working knowledge of common security and hazard terms. Help workshop participants understand what their role is in the range of security and hazard incidents and build confidence that they can respond competently by completing an HSP. Foster a sense of community and helping among workshop participants. Ensure that workshop participants take notes on their template and know how to edit and prepare the CD-ROM for finalizing their own plan. 1

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By thoroughly studying the instructor guide and slide discussion notes you will be prepared to achieve all the above goals. Should any instructor using these materials feel the need for more background material or encouragement on meeting the above goals, contact: Stephan Parker, Senior Program Officer Transportation Research Board, Cooperative Research Programs Email: saparker@nas.edu or Telephone 202-334-2554 www.trb.org/securitypubs 2