Safety, traceability and sustainability remain key areas of focus for manufacturers as they continue to face challenging economic conditions moving into 2024.
Labour shortages and rising costs continue to put pressure on organisations to invest in automation to improve efficiencies and strengthen safety and traceability systems.
However, automation brings its own challenges, namely greater complexity; the need for individuals to have higher skill levels, be multi-skilled and be conversant with a range of digital technology.
As the manufacturing sector changes, the way in which manufacturers deliver training also needs to adapt – to accommodate new technologies and enable colleagues to develop the required digital skills.
Online compliance training opens up a critical pathway to meet the future needs of the manufacturing sector
Flexibility – changes in technology demand more frequent training updates to ensure colleagues are conversant with compliance requirements real time. eLearning enables updates of this kind to be cascaded across teams very quickly, saving organisations valuable time and resources.
Convenience – eLearning allows individuals the freedom to learn on or off the job and at any time and frequency.
Consistency – eLearning enables employers to reach a wider audience and ensure information is shared in a consistent manner.
Analytics – Learning Management Systems provide employers with the ability to track course completion rates, learner progress, active learners, and other metrics to measure the effectiveness of each training course.
Compliance courses available
Interventions Consulting has partnered with Cloudtrainer, to offer the following RoSPA assured qualifications: