Coronavirus Information Updates

For information or immediate concerns contact administration at 501-882-4500
or email us at: ASUBCares@asub.edu or see the FAQ section on the link.

Coronavirus-Information

Safety Training

At ASU-Beebe, we strive provide standard industrial safety training and instruction for a broad range of workplace requirements. Our hands-on, direct engagement approach ensures satisfaction that the topic is covered thoroughly to improve worker safety.

The standard training classes provide instruction for typical and mandated safety requirements. Our standard instructional formats currently include classroom lectures, audio-visual presentations, simulations and practical assessments when applicable. The course overview below will provide a general summary of what is taught for each of the listed training events on our calendar.

Forklift Safety

Many of the manufacturing partners that we assist in our area have positions available that require forklift experience. This class is designed to provide the basic skills of operating a forklift through classroom instruction and by operating a forklift to determine practical understanding of the content taught during the class. There is a heavy emphasis on safety topics to promote responsible driving that can be applied in any situation. Some of the topics include a forklift equipment check, proper use of lifts, notifying pedestrians of your presence and how to properly assess weight distribution to load on elevated shelves.

HeartSaver© First Aid Course

The Heartsaver First Aid course trains participants first aid basics for the most common first aid emergencies, including how to recognize them, how to call for help, and how to perform lifesaving skills. Reflects science and education from the American Heart Association Guidelines Update for CPR and Emergency Cardiovascular Care (ECC) and the 2015 AHA/Red Cross Guidelines for First Aid.

OSHA 10

OSHA-authorized courses are designed to teach workplace safety and reduce jobsite hazards. ASU-Beebe offers this 10-hour training course as a convenient way for workers to learn about hazard avoidance, workers' rights, filing an OSHA complaint and more. This training can be used to make workers more knowledgeable about their rights related to workplace safety and health and overall workplace hazards. The OSHA 10-hour course is intended for entry-level workers. 

OSHA 10 training benefits include:

  • Promotes a culture of safety through peer training with those who have done the hands-on work, typically OSHA authorized trainers
  • Training is intended to be participatory, using hands-on activities
  • Trainers are able to tailor the training topics based on specific needs of their audience

OSHA 30

OSHA 30-Hour Training courses for Construction and General Industry teach health and safety awareness by helping supervisors and workers reduce the risk of workplace hazards. ASU-Beebe offers this 30-hour training course as a convenient way for supervisors or workers in leadership roles to learn about an expanded list of safety topics associated with workplace hazards, including the recognition, avoidance, abatement, and prevention of workplace hazards.

OSHA 30 training benefits include:

  • Identify potential safety hazards, e.g., lack of space around electrical equipment.
  • Reduce these hazards through proper handling of equipment, proper arrangement of the workplace, or donning the proper personal protective equipment (PPE).
  • Eliminate these hazards in the future.
  • Report hazards to managers to create a safer work environment for all.

For additional information, please contact 501.207.6249 or 501.207.6213.

Plan My Future

Advising and Orientation

Don't know what classes to take? Click here and connect with your advisor.

Degrees And Certificates

Want to know what we offer? Click here

Transfer Options

Needing to transfer? No problem, we have options!

Take college classes while still in high school

Concurrent Enrollment

Concurrent enrollment enables students to get a jump on their degree path by gaining college credits while still in high school.

Vanguard Academies

Click here to learn more about Vanguard Academies through your high school.

Regional Career Center

Courses taken at the Regional Career Center are full academic credit through your high school. Students are also eligible to receive concurrent college credit for most of our programs.

Earn my GED.

GED Offices

Meet our staff and locations.

GED Testing

The ASU-Beebe Adult Education Centers offer Official GED® Testing on the Searcy campus. 

Services Offered

ASUB Adult Ed offers a variety of services and trainings to better prepare the community for the workforce.

Advance my education and skills.

Workforce Education

These short-term classes are usually offered at night, weekends, or online and are designed to enhance personal or professional skills. 

Community Education

The Continuing Education/Workforce Development Department at ASU-Beebe sponsors numerous non-credit classes that are designed to meet the needs of the general public and business workforce.

Advanced Programs

Through a partnership between A-State and ASUB, students may earn baccalaureate degrees from Arkansas State University by taking coursework at the Degree Center on the Beebe campus.

Visit the Vanguard Hub

Log into the Vanguard Portal

Your portal to your Vanguard Future!

 

Request an Official Transcript

Get your transcript sent where you need it.

Need Something Else?

Visit the Vanguard Hub for all your student resources.

Visit for a semester!

Visiting Students

Visiting Students are enrolled at a college seeking credit for course work at another college.

Admissions

Let us help you achieve your education goals!

Vanguard Hub

Visit the Vanguard Hub for all your student resources.

We'll make it happen together.