These 10 courses address the most important safety issues related to industry workplace. This training includes our top selling safety courses and provides the student with the necessary knowledge to keep themselves, their co-workers and the job...
3222 Courses Offered
- Compliance By 360 Training$41.30 - $59.002 hr 00 min
- Safety By 360 Training$17.50 - $25.001 hr 00 min
Reviews of 360 Training
Vast library of professional development resources
360Training has developed a vast library of offerings targeted to the business community. The subject areas range from Business Ethics through general awareness of occupational health & safety practices to vendor-based curriculum (e.g. Microsoft Office Specialist training). All of the courses have a large amount of on-screen text, which is read verbatim by a narrator. They also offer exam preparation courses for technology certifications, securities brokers and other specific industries like cosmetology. These courses provide a straightforward complement to any existing formal training efforts and will serve a learner well as an ongoing reference resource. While the courses are relatively low on interactivity, they are easy to digest and many of the offerings from 360 provide video for a more dynamic and engaging experience. An organization looking for a cost-effective alternative to session-based expertise workshops in these areas would definitely find these offerings of value. As with any self-paced learning efforts, content should be supplemented with a suitable roadmap and opportunities for hands-on practice and reflection.
Reviews of 360 Training courses
An ethical workplace is extremely important and really hinders a company's productivity when not adressed. This course takes a very concise yet in-depth approach to helping the viewer learn the necessary aspects of ethics. Would most definitely recommend this course to someone who needs a short reminder/overview of business ethics.
This course taught me a lot about record keeping compliance regulations. It was easy to navigate and I could repeat the information if I wasn't sure. It mainly focuses on SEC rules, but also had a lot of information on how to properly keep records in the workplace.
I found this course very helpful in explaining a wide range of human resources topics. It's quite long, but that just speaks to the volume of material it covers. I'd recommend it to anyone entering the human resources field looking for an introduction to the industry.