New Transportation of Dangerous Goods by Sea e-learning Course

Cresent, in conjunction with international dangerous goods training and consultancy DANGO Training Services Ltd., are proud to launch the new Transportation of Dangerous Goods by Sea Awareness course.

This Fast Track e-learning course gives delegates a detailed overview and understanding of the particular health and safety considerations that need to be taken when transporting Dangerous Goods by Sea.

The course is designed to provide training delegates with a basic understanding of the legal responsibilities for transportation of dangerous goods and hazardous materials by sea, and to highlight the special considerations that need to be taken.


Transportation of Dangerous Goods By Sea

There are a number of key features and benefits to undertaking our e-learning course, including:

  • Engaging – the course is delivered using online e-learning tutorials which deliver engaging instructional content, making it easy for learners to understand
  • Certificate – all users who successfully complete the e-learning course are provided with a course completion certificate as a record of training
  • Safety – the course has been produced in conjunction with dangerous goods specialists
  • Accessible – the course has been designed for distance learning by online study at home or at work, allowing delegates to complete the course at their own pace in any location
  • Cost-Effective – e-learning is typically a fraction of expensive classroom time and less disruptive than absence from work
  • Efficiency – the e-learning course delivers consistent training standards across global operations

The Transportation of Dangerous Goods by Sea e-learning course is delivered via our WorkSafe® Learning Management System (LMS), using the Cresent proprietary Course Player which has been developed to be adaptable and responsive to ensure the training experience is smooth, seamless and engaging.

The Transportation of Dangerous Goods by Sea e-learning course is available from £85 per person.


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