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Training opportunities for remote workers
10 June 2020
AS SOCIAL distancing measures remain in place across the country, the British Safety Council are offering a wide selection of health and safety training courses digitally so that employees can continue their learning and development despite working from home.
While its health and safety certifications are usually completed face to face, Live Online allows students to complete courses from within the safety and comfort of their own homes through their new interactive digital classroom.
- All of the certifications on offer are widely recognised by employers across the country and are accredited by the official examination boards NEBOSH, IOSH and IEMA.
- Offering a wide range of courses from the highly valued NEBOSH National General Certificate in Occupational Health and Safety, to short 45 minute workshops discussing mental health, there is something for everyone to help develop their skills during lockdown.
- Taking place in real time online, expert tutors are able to use useful learning tools such as PowerPoint, informational videos and an interactive whiteboard, creating an engaging and educational experience for students throughout.
Live Online is an easy and convenient way for busy employees and managers to work towards improving health and safety in the workplace without committing to classroom sessions. With many businesses continuing to remain closed, Live Online is especially useful for students looking to undertake additional training whilst waiting for normality to resume.
Pass rates of certifications and diplomas for students of the British Safety Council are significantly above the national average, meaning a greater chance of passing first time around. With its expert tutors available to contact throughout the course duration, students can be rest assured that they are receiving the best possible chance of doing so.
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