Training & Staff Development
Computer Based Training – New Modules
As we move towards a complete suite of computer-based training modules, PRIME Systems, in association with sister company Chiltern Consulting, has recently added to our successful online Health & Safety Induction training programme with three new task-based modules.
The CBT modules can be added conveniently to your existing PRIME modules menu, or if you are not currently using PRIME, can be supplied as stand-alone for use on any web-enabled PC. One of the new modules, LPG Cylinder Handling, is designed primarily for Holiday Parks, but the two Grasscutting modules (Strimmers and Ride-on Mowers), are designed for maintenance staff in any organisation involved in these tasks. The original Health & Safety Induction module is ideal for general industry use.
The latest modules are:
· LPG GAS CYLINDERS – STORAGE, MOVING AND CHANGEOVER
(For sample click: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ik7y39gal3c)
· GRASS CUTTING MODULE 1 – STRIMMERS & HAND MOWERS
(For sample click: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hk5H5V_tR6o)
· GRASS CUTTING MODULE 2 – LARGE RIDE-ON MOWERS
(For sample click: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hjRM00yyGu4)
Note: The two Grass Cutting Modules are designed to be taken consecutively, but can of course be taken as stand-alone courses, as required.
The comprehensive HEALTH & SAFETY INDUCTION video can be sampled at:
Online Courses – Efficient & Effective
These online courses are a cost-effective and efficient way of training your staff, at times convenient to you and your management. Practical and informative videos filmed in relevant locations enable trainees to relate easily to the training, and quickly gain knowledge and understanding of both Health & Safety and Operational issues.
The modules can be used for new staff, whether full-time or seasonal, but are also ideal to provide existing staff with refresher training at times when complacency may be starting to creep in!
An on-screen test is included and enables the trainee and their management to gauge their understanding of the course content. A Training Certificate can be printed off by Management, and, of course, a record is kept as part of your Health & Safety management system.