This week in Sheffield, the specialist non-destructive testing and corrosion prevention training centre opened again and is hitting the ground running with safety measures in place and a first Blended Learning course, featuring a 50/50 split between remote learning and classroom training.
IMechE Argyll Ruane is pleased to announce they are fully back up and running and excited to get back to work providing industry-leading training to their customers. Their training processes have been extensively adapted, with social distancing methods and PPE in place to keep both staff and students safe during the Covid-19 outbreak.
“Social distancing methods and PPE in place to keep both staff and students safe …”
IMechE Argyll Ruane aims to continue to lead both online and in the classroom by providing essential training to many key workers within UK industries.
A New Approach To NDT
IMechE Argyll Ruane believes innovation in challenging times is the way forward, with their new approach to NDT training helping to overcome some of the issues brought on from the pandemic.
Blended Learning brings some great benefits, allowing students to complete the theory aspects of training remotely at their own home, office or chosen location, reducing face-to-face contact.
This innovative training solution brings complex theory to life using video, quizzes, interactive slides and practice exams. Once the theory has been completed, students come into the training centre to complete the practical training and take the exam.
The HUGE benefits of this method of training is that it reduces course length by days to save accommodation & travel expenses and it allows the theory to really sink in by learning at your own pace in your own place.
Get in touch with our team today and get started on a Level 2 PT course from as little as £190! Call : +44 114 399 5720.