25% off online learning courses during lockdown
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Linx International Group has announced that it has reduced the cost of all online courses provided by Tavcom Training and PerpetuityARC Training by 25%, for three months, including BTEC and IQ accredited courses.
Last week, the company reported a surge in demand for its online courses from security professionals and employers around the world, as they look at ways to continue to support learners whilst in lockdown. Director of Sales and Marketing, Sarah Hayward-Turton APP states: “In light of the ongoing situation that we’re faced with, as an organisation we must do all we can to support the continual learning and development of the security industry.”
In addition to reducing the cost of Tavcom Training and PerpetuityARC Training’s existing portfolio of more than 50 online training courses, the Linx International Group is also introducing new interactive ways of teaching traditionally classroom-based courses. This includes all practical classroom training courses – with the aid of Zoom video tutorials provided by expert tutors. There are also additional plans to offer other courses, including Fire Risk Assessment and Legislation and also the BTEC Level 3 accredited Intruder Alarm Legislation and CCTV Legislation courses.
It is also good news for learners requiring qualifications that demand a practical assessment. Studies can now be completed in two stages, with the methodology studied online now with the support of tutors and the practical classroom element completed when the training centres in Hampshire and Yorkshire reopen in July.
“We are doing all we can to help everyone in the security industry to continue their professional development,” adds Hayward-Turton. “We know how important it is to keep yourself and your teams positive and productive, even throughout this unprecedented global crisis.”