Training courses in the UK can be taken in a variety of ways. Tutor-led courses are suitable for those who are able to travel and have time off work to complete the training. These are hugely successful and are ideal if you would like to have the one to one attention of a tutor and meet others who are seeking the same qualifications. Sadly not everyone has the time to take off work and this is where alternative solutions come in, such as e-learning.
E-learning is a More Flexible Approach
E-learning can be more flexible. You are able to have the course materials sent to you or delivered online. From there it is up to you to find the time to complete the course in the designated time. These times can vary and you could choose to compete the training in a short time frame or take several weeks or months to complete the materials and the assessments.
The e-learning option suits those that are unable to leave the workplace for hours at a time. It is possible to continue working and designate some time to training. You still receive the excellent course materials and support from a qualified tutor. The tutor can be contacted by email or telephone when you feel you need to have your questions answered or want to clarify any points on the course.
Many Courses Can Be Attended Online
There are various health and safety courses that can be taken through e-learning. They are accredited and certified, offering a high quality of training. You don't receive a lesser qualification because you were unable to attend a face to face training session.
There is also a selection of accredited and non-accredited courses to choose from.
Online Training Courses