Hewden, the national, multi-product hire specialist, has upgraded its training offer to enable the company to deliver a comprehensive range of industry accredited courses to customers, UK wide.
Upgrades include the launch of an online system allowing customers to easily manage their training administration. The system is designed to reduce the need for cumbersome, paper-based administration and supports the management of personal development and learning plans.
The system is already proving beneficial for event support services company, Showforce, for whom Hewden is the sole supplier for induction, health and safety, working at height, harness awareness and accredited plant and access training.
Other training courses currently offered by Hewden include; Manual Handling, SPA (Passport to safety Live Events), PASMA, NPORS, CPCS Plant, IPAF, Rough Terrain and Telehandling.
Displaying Hewden's real-time course availability, the system allows online bookings to be made. In addition customers can access reports, certificates and a full history of training attendance records, 24/7, which is ideal when providing proof of compliance for large-scale projects.
Danielle Rigby, Hewden's training manager said: "Hewden is committed to providing a comprehensive range of industry accredited training courses to address our customers' varying requirements.
"Historically, our training department has been a paper-based function. The new online system is easy to use and enhances the way training administration is managed both internally and externally. Every aspect of training administration and management can now be done using one single system."
Courses can be delivered on the customers' site, or at one of Hewden's training facilities, including a new, purpose-built centre of excellence in Castleford, West Yorkshire.
The company can also conduct a training needs analysis for its customers, from which a bespoke programme can be developed.
For more information on Hewden training, please contact 0161 77 22 444 or email email@example.com