Enhancing Your Skills as a Product Stewardship Practitioner

As a professional in the broad field of product stewardship, trusted education resources that are relevant to your work are hard to come by.

Last year, the Product Stewardship Society conducted a survey to identify the needs and wants of our members. Over half of respondents identified expanding their current level of technical knowledge and staying current on trends as top professional goals.

To that end, the Society has been working to expand its education offerings. The most recent additions are a new Assessing Product Hazards and Risks online course and On Demand Collections.

“In line with our current strategic plan, the addition of this new course is just one of the ways we support practitioners in product stewardship via relevant and informative education programming and resources,” explains Adam Seery, CAE, Director of the Product Stewardship Society. “The professionals we serve expect practical, affordable education delivered by experts in their field, and we intend to meet that need.”

The Assessing Product Hazards and Risks course allows you to learn at your own pace as you review real-world product hazard assessment approaches from ideation to market. Additionally, those seeking certification maintenance can earn 4 contact hours.

On Demand Collections are curated session bundles that help you develop new skills or build your expertise in an emerging topic. Each collection has been assembled to emphasize a specific topic or issue and help you excel in your current role and grow in your career.

They both join the current line-up of education resources available via the Product Stewardship Society, including the CPPS exam prep course, webinars (both live and recorded), Stewardship OnDemand, and publication resources.

Is there a particular topic you’d like to learn more about or a delivery format you’d like to see added to our line-up? Reply in the comments or contact us at productstewards@aiha.org.

Stay tuned for more releases later this year!


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