Newcastle-based consultancy and training provider, Absolute Quality, has established a new way of providing its suite of training courses, transforming the way they are delivered to new and existing clients.
Absolute Quality provides a wide range of training courses, including food safety, health and safety and internal audit training. They first offered their courses online during the pandemic as lockdown limited travel and the scope for face-to-face training.
Andrew Willson, training director of Absolute Quality, said: “Today’s workplace training requires the flexibility and resilience to support a wide variety of scenarios that involve the need for people outside the venue to engage, whether the trainer is participating remotely, or candidates are joining from home, their workplace, or elsewhere.”
Andrew said: “It’s clear that training is no longer dependent on location; it’s about engaging, enabling, and empowering people to decide for themselves the best training approach to take for the type of work they do, whilst still receiving the same quality of training.
“The new flexible hybrid training gives us the ability to deliver training with candidates participating both virtually and in-person, allowing the same levels of interactivity, engagement and value to our clients and their candidates.”
The company also plans to roll out the hybrid flexible option for its consultancy services to support its growing portfolio of clients seeking support on management systems to improve business operations, systems, and resilience.
Absolute Quality invested in laptops, cameras with specialist software to track who is speaking, and allow the everyone to engage with each other from various locations, ensuring the experience is seamless.
Andrew concluded: “This technology will allow us to swiftly adapt the way we deliver our training and consultancy services in a way that is future proofed and offers the simplicity, flexibility and reliability that have become so critical in today’s working environment.”