E-Learning is a cost-effective and convenient way to take your next Health and Safety training course from home. All learning materials, revision guides and student support are available on our online platform.
We offer a range of qualifications from NEBOSH and IOSH, so you can find a relevant course to help progress your Health and Safety career online in your own time.
We also offer a range of short e-Learning courses on a range of subjects that help raise awareness of different safety issues.
What is online learning/eLearning?
Online courses allow for a flexible, student-led approach. All you need to complete our Health and Safety e-learning courses is a computer, tablet or smartphone and an internet connection.
Our e-learning courses include interactive activities, real-life scenarios, and practice exam questions. Learners don’t have to complete the courses in one go. The programmes can be bookmarked, making it easy for people to pick up where they left off.
Our short health & safety courses also help employers to demonstrate that they have fulfilled their legal duties to ensure their personnel have been adequately trained.
Once the courses have been completed, a confirmation of results can be saved or printed as evidence. This can then be kept on record as evidence of suitable training.
Why choose an e-learning course from Phoenix?
Work around your scheduleE-Learning is one of the most flexible learning methods, allowing you to study and re-pick up or pause your progress any time of day or night.
Access learning and training materials from any deviceAll you need to access our online courses is an internet connection and computer, tablet or smartphone.
Complete courses in your own timeOur online courses allow you to complete health and safety qualifications in your own time, with no additional pressure of having to travel.
Access online support whenever you need itOur trainers and mentors are available via email and video call to answer any questions you have. You’ll also gain access to our Facebook community group, allowing you to discuss your course with fellow students.