Announcement Regarding Safety Unlimited Classroom Training (REVISED 5-19-20)
As we begin the reopening process and allow for our employees and students to return to our training centers, we want to assure you we have implemented rigorous cleaning and social distancing practices in our offices as well as our classrooms. On May 18, 2020, we were inspected and approved by our local Code Enforcement officers and were found to meet all restrictions required for our repopulation. We continue to wipe down all surfaces and equipment before and after use as well as periodically throughout the day. We will still be keeping our onsite as well as traveling course sizes reduced to maintain social distancing and have taken all steps necessary to ensure the safest environment. Any student showing signs of illness should NOT attend our training.

What is Online Training?

Web-based training anytime, anywhere.

Also known as computer based training (CBT), distance learning, or e-learning, online training is a form of instruction that takes place completely on the internet. It involves a variety of multimedia elements, including graphics, audio, video, and web-links, which all can be accessed through one's internet browser. These elements are used in lieu of traditional classroom components.

In addition to presenting course material and content, online training gives students the opportunity for live interactions and real-time feedback for such things as quizzes and tests. Interactions between instructor and students are also conducted via an online medium, through such methods as chat, e-mail, or other web-based communication.

Online training is generally self-paced and customizable to suit an individual's specific learning needs. Therefore, online training can be conducted at almost any time and place, provided there is a computer with high-speed internet access. This makes this form of training convenient for the users, who can modify their training to fit into their day-to-day schedule.

To use online training, users should have a basic knowledge of computers. This should include, but is not limited to, the ability to use a mouse, which involves knowing the difference between left-click and right-click; the ability to open and close documents and web pages; and the ability to navigate a website and web pages. Those with no computer experience at all, may have trouble using our online training and, for their own benefit, may want to enroll in a basic computer training class before using any of our online courses. Advanced computer users will be able to use our eLearning system to its full capacity.

Please Contact Us if you have any questions about online training in general or Safety Unlimited's online training in particular.