Open Courses: What are they and What Can They do for You?

Open Courses: What are they and What Can They do for You?

Sarah McLoughlin
Posted by Sarah McLoughlin

Date: Friday, 26 January 2018. -  
Blog, Courses

Attending training can become difficult when you have various other commitments and responsibilities. However, there are options to make training more accessible to busy companies.

Imperative’s Open Courses allow you to train at a time and place that works best for you.

Whether you need training in Paediatric First Aid or First Aid at Work, there are over 18 course options available as Open Courses.

What is an Open Course?

Unlike other courses, Open Courses will allow you to not only register a group of learners but also, an individual learner. This is beneficial for companies who may have decided that just one or two employees would be suited to a particular course rather than a larger group.

For this reason, Open Courses may suit you and your staff in addition to the multiple location options. Open Courses take place in various locations all over the UK so wherever you are based, you are highly likely to find the perfect course for you.

What can Open Courses do for you?

Open Courses allow you more freedom to dictate exactly what you want to learn at a time and place that suits you and your training requirements.

If you have previously felt that you are unable to train as it interferes too much with your work and various other commitments too much, Open Courses have turned this around, giving control to the trainee.

We always display Open Courses 30 days in advance for you to check the availability of your desired courses along with information about the course and the price. This gives you plenty of time to plan in advance and prepare the learners and yourself for the new skills that you’ll be gaining.

Revolving Around You!

Do you want the flexibility that comes with Open Courses? If so, simply head on over to our Open Courses page and select the course you want along with the location and date.

If you would like to know more then don’t hesitate to get in contact with the imperative team. Get in touch by calling 0845 071 0820 or tweeting us @imptraining.