3M, in collaboration with Dangerous Decibels, and the University of Northern Colorado invites those persons interested in becoming a certified Dangerous Decibels educator to attend a SPONSORED 2-day training workshop, receive teaching materials and supplies, and become prepared to deliver the Dangerous Decibels program to youth and adults in your schools, worksites and communities. All workshop costs are included with the exception of a $50 non-refundable registration fee.

For more information see the workshop flyer.

You may register by completing an online registration at by February 14, 2016. Capacity is limited, so early registration is encouraged.


The workshop is open to all persons interested in delivering this important hearing health program; including those in high school students, health and safety professionals, public health professionals, parents, nurses, physicians, teachers and audiologists/speech-language pathologists and other related fields.

This is a unique opportunity to make an impact in your schools, workplaces and communities. Dangerous Decibels was recently recognized in a World Health Organization publication “Make Listening Safe” and is globally renowned for its evidence-based classroom program shown to be effective at changing knowledge, attitudes and behaviors related to the prevention of noise-induced hearing loss and tinnitus. The program has also been awarded the Safe-in-Sound Innovation in Hearing Loss Prevention Award from the National Institute of Occupational Safety and Health and the National Hearing Conservation Association.

We have a workshop flyer for your reference. Please forward this announcement to others who may be interested.

We hope you will join us and register soon!