Flat Rock, NC – The National Technical Honor Society (NTHS), a non-profit student organization that celebrates excellence in Career & Technical Education (CTE), has partnered with CareerSafe, a leading provider of online career development and safety training programs. Both organizations believe in the importance of ensuring that students have access to affordable training to help build a safer workforce for the future.

The partnership will provide NTHS high school members with special perks when purchasing the CareerSafe’s OSHA 10-Hour training course through the NTHS member portal. The OSHA 10-Hour course provide training for entry-level workers on the recognition, avoidance, abatement, and prevention of safety and health hazards in workplaces, as well as information regarding workers’ rights and employer responsibilities. Through this training, OSHA helps to ensure that workers have the knowledge they need to stay safe on the job. Students who successfully complete one of CareerSafe’s OSHA-Authorized courses will receive an OSHA 10-Hour card from the OSHA Training Institute (OTI) — a credential that holds value for a lifetime.

“We are excited to partner with CareerSafe to offer our members access to their OSHA 10-Hour training program,” said NTHS Executive Director, Peyton Holland. “This partnership aligns with our mission of empowering students to excel in their chosen career paths. We believe that the skills and knowledge gained through this training will help them succeed in their future careers while building safer workplaces.”

“Partnering with the National Technical Honor Society is a natural choice for us,” said Larry Teverbaugh, founder and CEO of K2United, the parent company of CareerSafe. “We want to recognize these exceptional young people training to build solid career foundations. Our partnership allows the development of critical safety skills, educated workers, and safer workplaces.”

NTHS is the honor society for Career & Technical Education (CTE) and has been recognizing outstanding student achievement in CTE since 1984. With over one million members served in both secondary and postsecondary chapters across the country, NTHS seeks to empower students through career development, leadership, and service opportunities so they can develop the skills needed to build their careers and our global workforce.

Founded in 2003, CareerSafe has set out to address the safety training gap for young workers with the ultimate goal of making jobs safer for workers. From safety and health training to employability skills and cybersecurity awareness, CareerSafe is focused on providing the foundational skills workers need to launch successful careers. The 10-Hour OSHA training courses are just one of the many programs they offer to help students succeed in their chosen career paths.

For more information on NTHS and CareerSafe, visit their websites at nths.org and careersafeonline.com, respectively.

Learn more about the NTHS CareerSafe Partnership at https://nths.org/careersafe-osha-training/.