Our e-learning courses are designed to make developing the skills of your personnel easy, efficient, accessible and trackable. Motivate and enhance the skillset of your workforce by choosing one of over 90 courses that cover a range of subjects, including:
- Construction and Health and Safety
- Health and Social Care
- Food Safety
- Fire Safety
- Business Skills and Social Media
Why choose our e-learning courses?
Our e-learning courses are:
- Cost effective and save time - less expensive than classroom training, no travel costs and less absence from work
- Flexible and convenient - staff can train on any device with internet access and learn 24/7 at their convenience
- Compliant with current legislation, ensuring you conform to current legislation with our compliance training
- Accredited and approved and meet all statutory training requirements
What can I use the e-learning courses for?
You can use our e-learning courses for new staff inductions, bespoke training to complete mandatory legal requirements for all staff or annual refreshers like the First Aid or Fire Safety courses. You can also upskill your existing workforce with our business skills training.
Skills training is critical in the fight to retain and develop personnel. Well-trained staff perform better and see the rewards and reap the benefits of moving on within your company. Their example inspires others and makes your workplace an attractive place to work for existing employees and new talent.
Construction work can be very dangerous, so it is no surprise that construction companies have a mandatory duty to ensure that their workers are trained annually in a wide range of health and safety related topics.
Many companies now use e-learning to provide new employee inductions, annual refresher training of mandatory courses and to upskill their exsiting workforce.
Food handlers and their employers have a legal duty to manage Food Safety. These obligations are set out by a number of EU and UK laws.
All companies have a mandatory duty to provide their workers with Fire Safety training and to ensure they have sufficient trained Fire Marshals.
Health and Social Care providers have a duty to provide mandatory training for their employees, following statutory requirements such as the Health and Safety at Work Act and requirements specified by the CQC.