Training Provider Introduce Online Training to Portfolio

HTL Training Services, a North East based global training provider, now offer a range of affordable e-learning courses which can be completed online at customers’ convenience, minimising any disruption through a very efficient and flexible learning experience.

The HTL range of online courses meet all statutory training requirements and are easy to administer using an online control panel. Available at a fraction of the cost you would expect, this online training has the added bonus of a free trial available for each course.

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Video learning provides a completely new medium through which to deliver training online by embedding a live personality directly on the page. It immediately grabs interest and delivers aesthetic appeal which holds attention. The outcome is to increase user engagement and deliver a lasting positive impression.

Live pictures, animated graphics and the personality of the presenter form part of a very effective virtual learning environment. Video learning achieves better communication through the power of face-to- face eye contact that builds trust, triggers emotion and captures a memorable tone and style while communicating the essence of the learning content.

The courses available include, but are not limited to: Food Safety Level 1 and 2, First Aid, Fire Safety, Manual Handling, COSHH and Working at Height; and are all recognised by approving bodies such as IIRSM, CPD, RoSPA, IATP and IFE.

Bob Fogerty, Director of Training, HTL Training Services comments: “We are pleased to be able to offer this method of training delivery to our portfolio, it was a natural step for us and provides a very flexible method of learning to both businesses and individuals. Our one-on- one tutor led online training courses include all of the important information needed to keep individuals and businesses safe, with the added benefit of always being up to date; meaning business can remain compliant with legislation.”

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