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Jangro LMS offers safe training solution amidst pandemic
Infection control measures have forced the cancellation of many events this year ,however, even with Coronavirus prevention protocols that are currently in place, cleaning industry staff can still learn and develop their skills, thanks to the Jangro Learning Management Solution (LMS).
The Jangro LMS offers a flexible and contactless approach to training.
Available to all Jangro customers and staff, this innovative, fully interactive and versatile e-learning platform is optimised for all devices. It covers a wide range of topics, with varying course lengths, so that users can train remotely at times that suit them. This allows them to dip in and out of sessions as required, making learning highly flexible and accessible.
In addition, users may sign in with their social media log-ins, facilitating even quicker and easier access to best practice and advice.
A structured, practical, and methodical approach to learning helps employers to retain key staff and develop the skills and knowledge to maintain a sustainable and competitive advantage. Last year, the LMS was accredited by the CPD Certification Service, which offers customers additional assurance that its training is relevant and of high quality.
“Training enables staff to perform their duties to a high standard, without risking their own health (or that of others)” says Joanne Gilliard, CEO at Jangro.
“At a time when cleaning industry workers are putting their concerns aside to keep public spaces clean, hygienic and Covid-secure, ensuring they continue to have access to high quality and ongoing training is the least we can do for them.”
Modules include ‘Colour coding & infection control’, ‘Health & safety’, ‘Washroom hygiene’, ‘COSHH’, ‘Floorcare’, ‘Kitchen hygiene’ and many more.
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
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29th October 2020