IOSH Courses - E-Classroom 

An e-classroom learning option has been made available for IOSH Managing Safely (3 day course) and IOSH Safety, Health and Environment for Construction Workers (1 day course).

 

Online classrooms are not the same as e-learning. E-learning is when an individual learns on their own using learning and assessments delivered via an e-learning platform. Typically, it is individual-led, and they determine when they carry out the learning.

 

Online classrooms, or e-Classrooms, are delivered in real time by a Trainer – at a set time, using a variety of training materials and usually to a group of individuals – much the same as traditional face to face training.

 

The big difference, of course, is that the Trainer and individuals are in different locations.  The ‘classroom’ environment is recreated using software - with video cameras, audio and screensharing – which allows interaction between the Trainer and the individual(s).

  • The Trainer and individuals can talk and interact with each other in real time to ask any questions they may have and receive an answer from a subject area expert
  • The design, content and structure of the training – and the final assessment – is the same
  • The same training materials are used (e.g. the same PowerPoint slides used in a physical classroom)
  • Individuals must pass a final assessment – albeit controlled, delivered and taken online. IOSH Managing Safety requires the 2nd part of the assessment to be completed within 2 weeks of the course by the individual and emailed to the trainer
  • Individuals are there to learn and pass the assessment to achieve their IOSH qualification
  • The trainer is the subject matter expert
  • ‘Classroom’ etiquette applies

 

Training can take place for minimum of 5 and maximum of 10

 

Costs:

 

IOSH Managing Safely (3 day) £520 p/p

IOSH Safety, Health and Environment for Construction Workers (1 day) £180 p/p

 

Please contact us at enquiries@quinnstraining.co.uk to organise your learner sessions.

National Water Hygiene - CBL or E-Classroom routes

A valid EUSR National Water Hygiene registration remains a mandatory requirement for all individuals working on the public water supply within Restricted Operations

 

The UK water industry has set out clearly that hygiene is the highest priority for the health of individuals and the public, and this does not reduce during this time but becomes more important. There must be no reduction in competence or compliance across the duration of this pandemic.

 

To enable the renewal of National Water Hygiene registrations where they expire between 19 March 2020 and 30 June 2020, a computer-based learning has been made available. This computer-based learning route will extend to new entrants, i.e. individuals who do not already hold a National Water Hygiene registration. As well as computer based learning e-classroom options are available to your learners and this is our preferred option for delivery to our customers as online classrooms are not the same as e-learning. E-learning is when an individual learns on their own using learning and assessments delivered via an e-learning platform. Typically, it is individual-led, and they determine when they carry out the learning.

 

Online classrooms, or e-Classrooms, are delivered in real time by a Trainer – at a set time, using a variety of training materials and usually to a group of individuals – much the same as traditional face to face training.

 

The big difference, of course, is that the Trainer and individuals are in different locations.  The ‘classroom’ environment is recreated using software - with video cameras, audio and screensharing – which allows interaction between the Trainer and the individual(s).

 

  • The Trainer and individuals can talk and interact with each other in real time to ask any questions they may have and receive an answer from a subject area expert
  • The design, content and structure of the NWH training – and the final assessment – is the same
  • The same training materials are used (e.g. the same NWH PowerPoint slides used in a physical classroom)
  • Individuals must pass a final assessment – albeit controlled, delivered and taken online
  • Individuals are there to learn and pass the assessment to get their NWH EUSR registration
  • ‘Classroom’ etiquette applies

 

Training can take place in the e-classroom for 1-12 candidates at a time at a cost of £90 plus VAT (including the EUSR card fees). Please contact us at enquiries@quinnstraining.co.uk for more information and to organise your learner sessions.

SHEA Courses - E-Classroom

To enable the renewal of SHEA registrations where they expire between 19 March 2020 and 30 June 2020, a e-classroom learning option has been made available. This e-classroom learning route will extend to new entrants, i.e. individuals who do not already hold a SHEA registration. 

 

Online classrooms are not the same as e-learning. E-learning is when an individual learns on their own using learning and assessments delivered via an e-learning platform. Typically, it is individual-led, and they determine when they carry out the learning.

 

Online classrooms, or e-Classrooms, are delivered in real time by a Trainer – at a set time, using a variety of training materials and usually to a group of individuals – much the same as traditional face to face training.

 

The big difference, of course, is that the Trainer and individuals are in different locations.  The ‘classroom’ environment is recreated using software - with video cameras, audio and screensharing – which allows interaction between the Trainer and the individual(s).

 

 

  • The Trainer and individuals can talk and interact with each other in real time to ask any questions they may have and receive an answer from a subject area expert
  • The design, content and structure of the training – and the final assessment – is the same
  • The same training materials are used (e.g. the same PowerPoint slides used in a physical classroom)
  • Individuals must pass a final assessment – albeit controlled, delivered and taken online
  • Individuals are there to learn and pass the assessment to get their EUSR SHEA registration
  • The trainer is the subject matter expert
  • ‘Classroom’ etiquette applies

 

Training can take place for 1-12 candidates at a time at a cost of £140 plus VAT (including the EUSR card fees)

Please contact us at enquiries@quinnstraining.co.uk to organise your learner sessions.

 

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