NSC Program Management delves into the purpose of management systems, the benefits of active management as opposed to reactionary management, and concepts surrounding the creation of systems to manage programs.

Course Content

  • Planning for Improvement
  • Using Policy to Improve Performance
  • Supporting Action with Procedures
  • Checking for Improvement
  • Act on the Information

Benefits of Taking NSC-M

  • Students will be able to handle minor emergency incidents in a professional manner.
  • Understanding of how to inspect each component or system listed in jurisdictional regulation.

Who Should Take This Course?

  • Safety Professionals.
  • Management Professionals.

Admission Requirements and Prerequisites

NSC-A is a prerequisite for this class. Additionally, NSC-M is a CTSc elective, and CTSP mandatory.

Mandatory or Elective Training: CTSC Elective, CTSP Mandatory

Student Profile: Safety Professionals and Management Professionals.

Pre-requisites: NSC-A.

Language of Instruction: English

Course Calendar

Instructor-led in-person and video conference training is offered on a calendar schedule.

Upcoming Opportunties


National Safety Code Management

Location: Via Zoom

Please ensure you have a working webcam and microphone prior to class starting. Mobile Devices and Tablets are not supported.

Starts Tuesday, June 06, 2023 - 9:00 am

Ends Wednesday, June 07, 2023 - 4:30 pm

Register for June 06

Instructor-Led via Video Conference
2 Days

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