5 simple steps to train all staff in your school

Your staff could be trained to a ‘pass standard’ in the core areas of Health & Safety and many other areas in which it is difficult to provide straightforward, cost-effective face-to-face training.


Set up

We will ask you to provide a list of staff, their position in school and their email addresses and we will set them up on your central Training Log within the e-training centre. We provide instructions on how staff can log in to their personal page of the e-training centre via the Internet.


Training Log

Your training manager then allocates which modules need to be completed by which staff using our straightforward training log tool. Many modules will need to be completed by all staff, while others will be relevant to only those who undertake particular job roles.

The Training Log will then automatically email your staff at the point they are due to complete one of the training modules and will continue to remind them until it is completed.


E-Training Modules

Staff members log in and click to take the module they have been allocated. Each module is made up of a series of short videos. After each video, staff will need to answer a selection of multiple choice questions. Their performance is automatically monitored and reported back to them on completion of the module.



Training modules are automatically updated online by us when the law or government policy changes, ensuring the content is always fully up to date.



At any point, authorised training managers can access the secure area of the Training Log to see an overview of all staff progress, view a summary of who has completed which module, how they performed and which still remain to be completed or have never been taken. These can be outputted in csv report files for further data management purposes. You can also choose to receive email alerts when training is not completed by the due date.

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