E-learning is learning or training which is undertaken using electronically based approaches. It can simulate tasks and work environments, give access to knowledge and accommodates many learning styles. It is the responsibility of the provider to ensure that e-learning training is completed in a way that suits the trainee(s). Therefore, providers must decide how they wish to facilitate the e-learning training In considering how best to facilitate e-learning providers need to ensure that:
Trainees have access to a computer to complete their learning
Trainees have access to the internet
The learning environment is free from interruptions and distractions
Trainees have the necessary computer skills to undertake their learning.
Health and Safety
Atmosphere Testing – Elearning
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This training course aims to give trainees knowledge and understanding in confined spaces atmosphere testing and allows trainees to view realistic scenes and be tested on their knowledge retention. 80% of all confined space fatalities are a result of hazardous atmospheres. Many of these fatalities occur because gas detectors were not used to test the atmosphere or if used hazards were missed or underestimated. WARNING: This eLearning course contains graphic re-enactments of accidents that may offend some viewers.
- Atmosphere Testing
- Oxygen Levels
- Common Testing Problems
- Testing Procedures
Course Types: eLearning Course
Durations: 30 minutes novice/experience/refresher
Course Ratio: Trainee 1:1
Upon successful completion of the course trainees will be issued with a certificate which will be valid for 5 years. Note, A UKRS course standard is only endorsed when delivered by an appropriate instructor and accompanied by an accredited UKRS Certificate. Minimum Age Suited to age range of 16 years and above
Assessment: E-learning interactive questions and end test.