The rapidly expanding Wirral-based business will be working closely with one of the UK's largest private mail distribution firms, Secured Mail, food retail entrepreneurs, Musgrave Retail Partners and restaurant and bar group, Living Ventures. CPLe-learning will be developing a bespoke online training platform for each organisation in areas such as health and safety, drugs awareness, first aid, food safety and manual handling.
CPL's project managers will work closely with its new customers to develop a training solution appropriate to each business and the sector in which they operate. The use of animation, graphics, illustration and games, steers delegates away from the monotony of many online training programmes and encourages interaction, stimulation and engagement.
The e-learning team are also tasked with providing varying levels of information regarding all round performance. The software delivers a vast range of information from what stage each delegate is at in terms of their own training programme to time spent on specific questions. This can then be measured across the board and trends established, helping identify areas where additional training and support is needed.
A move into both retail and distribution marks a continued growth for the wider company. Today CPL Training is becoming increasingly well recognised as a provider of both face to face training and e-learning to none sector specific businesses and organisations.
Dave Dasher, head of CPLe-learning said: "Our ability to offer a training programme that fits our client's exact needs is taking us way beyond our traditional sector focus. Those who recognise the benefits of online training have been impressed by the level of interaction, animation and usability of our programmes. As with all new and existing e-learning customers, we are able to introduce features, characters and objects familiar to the delegates, which again enhances the experience and impacts on the final result.
"We're thrilled to be working with our new customers and look forward to delivering a training platform for each that we can continue to build on in the future."