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Jangro’s e-learning systems identifies a larger appetite for training

A recent analysis of Jangro’s Learning Management Solution (LMS) shows a sharp rise in courses completed, including its recently introduced Manual Handling module and the introduction of three new Task Cards

A recent analysis of Jangro’s award-winning online training programme, the Jangro Learning Management Solution (Jangro LMS), has demonstrated that commercial cleaning companies are realising the benefits of training their workforce.

Jangro’s fully interactive e-learning platform has grown phenomenally since it launched; and is offered free to all its customers and their staff. Data highlights that over the last year, there has been a huge spike in completed courses (an increase of 175 per cent), and if you take into account courses that are close to completion, the figure is over 300 per cent.

This is not just a UK trend either – the analysis highlights a growing awareness internationally, with a 10 per cent rise in overseas training, from countries including Ireland, France, USA and Australia. The most popular courses completed were COSHH training (25 per cent), and, in second place with 12.7 per cent, was Jangro’s latest course on Manual Handling.

Joanne Gilliard, CEO of Jangro, commented:The analysis of our LMS makes for fascinating reading, and is a microcosm of our industry. It has highlighted that companies really are taking a key interest in the health, safety and well-being of their employees. It also shows that operatives themselves are eager to learn, and with the rise of smartphones and tablets, online training has never been more accessible to them”.

The Jangro LMS offers courses with varying lengths that allow users to train remotely at times that suit them, and to dip in and out of sessions as required, and is optimised for all devices. Jangro also offers a versatile system to ‘train on the go’ with their Task Cards – brief, highly visual documents containing step-by-step instructions for product usage and safety information. Operatives may now also sign in with their social media log-ins, making it even quicker and easier for them to access best practice and advice.

Another three of these bite-sized guides have recently been introduced, bringing the total number of Task Cards to six:

For more information visit http://jangrolms.net/


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