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Before Presenting the Course: A Checklist The following list will help you prepare for the course. A. Instructor Preparation 1. Read and review the Instructor Guide 2. Read and review the Lesson Plan 3. Read and review the PowerPoint presentation and Notes 4. Conduct a dry run in advance of the actual presentation to gauge your presentation times and to become more familiar with the material 5 Become familiar with the systems that will be attending your workshop so you can adapt and emphasize appropriate materials B. Audio Visual Needs 1. Laptop computer 2. Projector 3. Screen 4. Two flip charts and paper 5. Marking pens C. Theatrical Prop 1. Fly swatter D. Materials for Distribution 1. Agenda for participants 2. HSP Instructions (stapled with one staple) 3. HSP Template (stapled with one staple) 4. Copies of PowerPoint slides "run three up" for notes 5. Copies of Somewhere County Map 6. CD-ROM with HSP Template and model policies 7. File jacket for materials with printed label "Hazard and Security Planning" 8. File folder (empty) labeled "HSP Idea File" 9. Yellow highlighters 10. Sticky notes and markers (one pad per participant) 11. Ten 3" x 5" note cards for each participant E. Housekeeping Notes 1. Test projector before participants arrive, and position "Welcome" slide 2. Identify temperature and light controls and make sure lighting and temperature are adequate 3. Place materials at each participant table prior to their arrival in the training room and greet participants by name as they arrive 4. Encourage people to mingle and get to know each other 5. Start on time and heed the time points on the student agenda 6. Make sure everyone participates in discussions 7. Be helpful and encourage discussion, but realize that not all hazard and security issues can be solved in an 8-hour session 18