Improving skills has been at the forefront of many people’s minds during the last few weeks – and although face-to-face contact has been limited, online access means training can continue.
According to Helen Milner, Chief Executive of Good Things Foundation: “It’s at times like this that people start to think about the skills they may want for the future.”
Access to courses helps individuals to build up their skills, progress in work and boost their job prospects. For companies, it helps to improve productivity, efficiency and health and safety.
Education Secretary, Gavin Williamson, said recently that training can “improve their knowledge, build their confidence and support their mental health so they have skills they need to succeed after the coronavirus outbreak.”
Online training can provide the following benefits:
EDQuals is a sophisticated online system for training providers. With accessibility improved, this is an ideal for solution for training companies and apprenticeships. The system is also suitable for students completing their functional skills.
The system is a able contingency for face-to-face learning. You can read how it can help with business productivity here.
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