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United Rentals' United Academy Online Training Center
United Rentals Inc. has released its United Academy online training center, a comprehensive hub for safety training and operator certification. The site is accessible in English, French and Spanish at http://UnitedAcademy.ur.com.
United Academy encompasses a wide range of courses related to jobsite safety and compliance, including operator certifications for aerial and excavation equipment, OSHA 10-hour and 30-hour classes, confined space entry and competent person training, and train-the-trainer certification. Additionally, the site facilitates training management for employees and employers through:
- Easy certification management: Course completion and certificate records are stored online, and a unique QR-encoded card provides access to training profiles via a mobile device or computer. Automatic notifications alert workers and employers when certifications are nearing expiration.
- Multiple delivery methods: Classroom training can be performed at customer locations or at a United Rentals location in the United States and Canada. Select courses are also available online to minimize disruptions during the workday.
- Corporate account benefits: Companies can qualify for quantity discounts, manage the distribution of training to employees, maintain employee profiles (including the tracking of third-party training records), and report on training performance for management and compliance purposes.
Additionally, the company will begin offering blended learning for certain programs in its United Academy curriculum - a technique that integrates online instruction and examination with a face-to-face, practical evaluation at a participating branch. Blended learning courses for boom lift and scissor lift operators will be available starting in mid-July, followed by counterbalance and rough terrain forklift certifications.
|Last Updated on Monday, 30 June 2014 17:35|