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MSL Launch New E-Learning Facility


12/12/2016

Committed to providing their customers, supply partners and staff with the very best training and experience, facilities management company MSL has launched a new e-learning facility.

 

MSL’s e-learning module is available 24 hours a day and 7 days a week, from anywhere with an internet connection and at a place and time to fit your requirements. Companies and staff can fit MSL’s e-learning programmes around day-to-day business commitments without the significant disruption of typical classroom based learning.

There are currently two programmes available: Health & Safety and Maintenance Trades, these programmes include several courses that provide a highly flexible approach to personal development and learning. The courses are designed to ensure that the course content is understood through on-line assessment and a certificate of achievement is issued with every completed course.

Being great value for money, MSL’s e-learning courses save businesses outgoing costs for travel and hotels, making the whole training process quicker, more efficient and cost effective.

You can find the e-learning facility here.

Managing Director Jeremy Harrison adds: “We have a proven track record at MSL of investing in the training & development of our people demonstrated by the recent completion by many staff of the NVQ training programme covering customer service and business administration.”

Jeremy concluded: “Health & Safety has always been at the core of our service delivery, being at the cornerstone of the MSL Safepartner scheme and underpinned by our OHSAS 18001 accreditation. We see the E Learning facility as a natural extension of this commitment to H&S and training and hope that its accessibility will encourage further personal development and learning.”


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