Tayyub Ahmed is part of the Danny Sullivan Group team working on the HS2 Align JV Project. He recently completed a Manual Handling course delivered by eLearning through our Learner Management System (LMS).
We spoke to Tayyub about his experience using the LMS, keen to know what he thought about his learning experience, he said:
“I completed the Manual Handling eLearning course on the Danny Sullivan Group LMS and I was really impressed with the high quality of the course. The system for delivering the training was incredibly accessible and user-friendly, making it easy to navigate and easy to complete the course.
The course content was excellent and provided me with valuable skills that I can apply in the workplace. I can highly recommend the Danny Sullivan Group LMS to anyone looking for a convenient and easy-to-use platform, to expand their knowledge and develop their career”.
At the Danny Sullivan Group, we believe in the flexibility and democratisation of learning. Our LMS is designed to create accessible ways for our teams to upskill and bridge the skills gap, using industry-accredited learning materials that meet the needs of our customer.
We embrace digital learning and development, which leads to a reduction in downtime and an increase in productivity. By going green and reducing the need for travelling for both learners and trainers, we are also contributing to a reduction in emissions. We are committed to supporting our employees in their professional development and helping them to achieve their goals.
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