Easybook Training tops 11,000 courses

By Lindsey Anderson31 July 2020

Easybook Training, the online research and booking health and safety site, now offers more than 11,000 courses. The online system is geared toward helping professionals find required training courses where and when they need them, whether in-person or online.

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Easybook Training works with hundreds of accredited training providers and training centers across the U.S., allowing visitors to access thousands of courses in construction, first aid, crane operator training, working at height, heavy equipment, roadway safety and health and safety courses.

Easybook Training recently launched a complete online training course library that includes OSHA-authorized 10- and 30-hour training for construction and general industry, along with the Department of Labor Completion Card. In addition, the online platform also offers mobile elevating work platform and forklift operator training, HAZWOPER and much more. All OSHA-authorized training programs are offered through association with Advance Online Solutions, Inc.

Recently, Easybook Training revamped its website to make searching even easier. Visitors to the page will find a modernized search function that’s more prominent and navigable, and new online courses that includes both traditional online learning and also online instructor-led training where classes are taken via Zoom.

For more information and to browse courses, visit Easybook Training.

 

 

 

 

 

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