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Lucion expand training division with introduction of E-Learning

6th December 2016

elearning-website-imageLucion Training, part of risk management company Lucion Services has expanded its service offering by introducing a suite of online health & safety courses available from December 2016.

Lucion has been a recognised provider of health and safety training to both the built and marine environments for over 10 years and has developed its training division rapidly since becoming a group of companies in 2015 by introducing a range of classroom based health and safety related courses including Legionella management, CDM awareness and Site supervisor training.

By introducing a suite of online health and safety courses, Lucion aim’s to make its training courses more accessible than ever before, removing the issues associated with accessing classroom based courses and enabling simple monitoring of a full workforce training programme at the click of a button.

 

Sam Pearce, Training Consultant at Lucion said:

“For many workers who require health and safety training as a mandatory part of their role, access to these classroom based courses can sometimes be very difficult. The e-learning has been designed to support workers in undertaking their training with a flexible approach at a time and a place to suit them.

“Cost saving is also a huge bonus associated with the e-learning courses, removing the time spent away from the office or site ensures full working days aren’t lost and workers can complete the courses from the comfort of their desk in less than 90 minutes.

“Lucion has long had a reputation within our industry for providing a high standard of engaging classroom based training courses delivered by passionate safety specialists.

“By introducing this new service offering we aim to provide our clients with the same level of service they have come to enjoy over the years with the added benefits that come with the service including cost savings, greater accessibility and more control through online management of individual user reports.”

 

Lucion’s suite of online training is available from December 2016 and includes over 10 online courses including fire safety awareness, manual handling and emergency first aid.

To view the new suite of courses and even trial the first module of any course for free please visit lucionservices.com

 

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