Suitable for client groups, where training can be focused on the organisation’s specific type of operations, risk assessment practices and personnel development needs.
We offer our most popular topics as public courses and events which are suitable for individuals.
In line with industry thinking about how people learn, all of our classroom training is highly interactive, focusing more on activities than on presentation of slides.
Distance learning programmes offer the chance for individuals to study from any location in the world, at their own pace, as well as representing a cost-effective solution for large client groups.
Individuals can choose between our postgraduate qualifications and TÜV Rheinland Risktec CPDs. Client programmes can be developed from a combination of our standard, customised or bespoke courses according to the organisation’s specific needs.
Modules comprise slides, explanatory notes, references to further reading and useful websites. Students engage in online activities including tests, discussions, group tasks and virtual classrooms, and are supported by module teachers.
Our training courses can be delivered over a series of live online sessions using MS Teams, Skype or Zoom. Our most popular topics are offered as public courses, which are suitable for individuals. For client groups our standard courses can be tailored to meet the organisation’s requirements.
In our experience, live online training courses offer an effective alternative to face-to-face training, where travel is restricted or clients have delegates at several locations. Sessions are highly interactive with the focus on activities to communicate and embed course content.
Blended learning is a combination of face-to-face and distance learning, tailored to clients’ specific requirements. It brings together the advantages of the classroom (interactivity, networking etc.) with the benefits of studying at the appropriate pace and time that is sensible for the participant and cost-effective for the organisation.
The blended learning programme design is based around the organisation’s training needs, specific processes and procedures, working patterns and preferences.