Grant UK has announced the launch of its online eLearning Academy to increase the level of product training support the Company can deliver to installers, heating engineers and other heating professionals.
The eLearning Academy aims to provide heating professionals with an alternative route to develop their product knowledge from the comfort of their homes and offices. It is hoped that the new virtual training offering from Grant UK will help installers out in the field with a flexible way to continue their personal development within the industry.
Different courses with varying content are available so users can select which one they wish to do according to the level of training they require and for those wishing to complete the Grant Air Source Heat Pump Installer training courses, an online assessment must be completed as well. Installers, engineers and others in the heating sector can choose the content which best suits their needs.
The content on the platform is currently focused on Air Source Heat Pump product training but will be broadened to include courses for other product ranges in the coming months. The format of the content varies from videos and presentations through to downloadable documents and useful guides designed to aid the learning experience.
The on-demand courses can be paused so that candidates can fit their training around their work demand, returning and resuming the course at the point they left. Meanwhile, the instructor-led courses allow candidates the benefit of having the course presented live by one of Grant UK’s Trainers who are on hand to answer questions, delivering the high level of quality training that is expected from the Academy.
Candidates wishing to enrol for eLearning courses will need to set up an account by visiting www.grantelearning.com, enter the enrolment key GUKPR0820 and confirm their company details. Delegates can then view the available courses and either enrol onto an on-demand course or an instructor-led course.
“The Grant eLearning Academy is a valuable addition to our Training offering,” writes Phil Stanley, Grant UK’s Training Manager. “The past few months have transformed ‘normal’ business operations and it is important for Grant UK to be adaptable and adjust the ways in which we can deliver training content.
“Our training centres, in Devizes, North Yorkshire and West Lothian as well as satellite venues in Elgin, Inverness and the Channel Islands, will continue to be the pillars of our Training Academy with face to face courses remaining at the centre of our offering. However, the new eLearning Academy provides installers with a virtual alternative which will help make product training more accessible during the current post-lockdown era and beyond.”