Choices, choices every day
Look out for the icons below when choosing your courses. We will all have a preferential learning method and favour different environments depending on time frame, personal or business needs, budget, geography, availability and so on.
Classroom training has been the primary method of Health & Safety education for years. classes are taught by certified instructors that maintain the highest standards. We also have access to a network of instructors across the United Kingdom, who are able to adapt to any variety of training needs.
Because our online (e learning) is all Video based its like having your own private lesson in the Classroom. You can come and go as you wish. This puts the student with a qualified instructor having their best day, in a 1 on 1 setting. No, you cant complete the training whilst scrolling through your news feed! You will be asked questions as you work through the syllabus, (which is the same as the Classroom). Training comes in short subject-based segments. Each group of subjects then has a pre-test section where the student confirms comprehension. This is followed up by a scenario based test that not only challenges but remediates the student when an incorrect answer is given. If you get the question wrong you can always replay the Video lesson, take notes or read the useful summary underneath. You can watch these on your smartphone or tablets too.
Blended learning is a combination of the traditional classroom and e-learning formats. Students will complete a part one segment through an e-learning course that will give them the vast majority of the cognitive knowledge. Next, the student meets with a certified skill-evaluator or instructor to complete the part two segment, which contains hands-on practical practice of the skill. This method of learning utilizes the learning advantages of both educational formats, while providing increased flexibility and lower cost than a 100% classroom option.
Please note; some courses are only available as a 100% “classroom” based course because of the Assessment criteria, quite right too. "I confess, I've yet to receive an apple from one of my students but you get the drift. "