AFI Group Training, a specialist provider of Health, Safety and Skills training for the construction industry, has announced that it has generated over £1 million in online training bookings via its UTN Training brand. They provide working at height and safety training at 30 locations throughout the UK to over 25,000 delegates each year.
The company provides accredited training led by experienced and fully qualified trainers, who deliver a wide range of courses, including SSSTS, SMSTS, IPAF, PASMA Towers for Users, NEBOSH General, IOSH Managing Safety, as well as a number of New Roads and Street Works training.
All courses are different, teaching various subjects. For instance, IPAF courses cover the main training subjects of 1a, 1b, 3a and 3b for the safe use of Mobile Elevating Work Platforms (MEWPs), while the PASMA courses cover the safe use of alloy towers and include PASMA Towers on Stairs.
The UTN Training websites offer uses the advantages of online booking, instant payment facility and a range of promotional codes and discounts, which are exclusive to online bookings. When a company has a customer account, they can also take advantage of extended payment terms, meaning they don’t have to pay for training immediately at the point of booking.
Moreover, users have easy and convenient 24/7 access to their accounts, so that they can use the service at any time and from any location. They can also view all bookings and training course history, all while the website offers live information about the dates, locations and number of places available on specific courses.
“Following an extensive customer feedback project, we have recently implemented key changes to the online booking process. It’s reassuring to meet this revenue milestone and know that online bookings have continued to rise year on year. In response to the customer feedback, we are continuously developing the website, the navigation, the booking process and the entire user experience to make it as easy a journey as possible for all our customers to book online,” said Matt Scott, Training Division Managing Director.