E-Learning Courses

Take control of your professional development with our online, interactive, video-based learning.

Our Continuing Professional Development (CPD) courses mean you can:

  • keep on top of your profession
  • keep you up to date with current practices
  • continuously upskill
  • ensure practical and academic qualifications don’t become outdated
  • progress into new specialisms
  • grow within your organisation
  • boost your confidence through attaining knowledge

 

We have over 90 courses to choose from covering a range of subjects, including:

 

They can be completed anywhere, at a time convenient for you, as long as you have an internet connection. Once successfully completed you will be provided with an instant certificate.

 

Still not sure? Try any of our courses for FREE!

 

What is Continual Professional Development (CPD?)

CPD is the process of tracking and documenting the skills,knowledge and experience gained both formally and informally for your work. Our courses cover a range of subjects from Health, stress management, business … [add list]
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Construction and Health and Safety

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.


Business Skills and Social Media

Many companies now use e-learning to provide new employee inductions, annual refresher training of mandatory courses and to upskill their exsiting workforce.


Food Related

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.


Fire Safety

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

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.