Over the course of this month we’ve been gearing up for the launch of our online learning. The courses are written, and they have a content that is not only highly informative but also interactive and engaging.
But how can we be sure? The only way to tell was to send out samples to companies from the construction industry and ask them to test it for us, and send in feedback. We sent our samples to leading industry organisations including BAM, Costain, Hochtief–Murphy Joint Venture, Seddon, Shepherd, Robertson, CIC, CITB and Miller.
100% of testers said that: The objectives were clearly outlined and met, The content was informative and useful, The presentation had the right level of interactivity, There were enough resources supplied and they all liked us presenting it.
The respondents also commented that the construction industry focus was very useful, as the training addressed the specific challenges faced by the sector. They also pointed out that they felt the training was engaging for the potential audience, and that the interactive aspects were good. The clarity of presentation was highlighted as a strong point, with the information we were conveying being concise and thorough.
There were a few technical issues brought to our attention, but they have now been remedied.
The one hour introduction to Equality in Construction will be available from the 4th of June with a launch webinar on the 30th of June at 1pm please get in touch if you would like a sample of the training or to register your interest in the webinar.