Not comfortable with the format of an online course? Don’t have steady access to the internet at your facility? Why not go the traditional route and attend a course in-person or have one of our instructors come to you. This option is ideal for trainees, technicians, and/or collectors who are entirely new to the industry or to the use of a specific device. It allows hands-on experience and a more in-depth discussion of the operation and maintenance of a device or collection procedure.
Whether you require a more hands-on approach or you are comfortable with online learning, let us ensure that you and your employees are equipped to handle the safety and security of the collection and screening process.
Training in our Classroom
If you choose this route, you and/or your employees can elect to attend a course held at our facility. Our primary training office is located in Melbourne, Florida. This option is perfect for smaller groups, those who have not set up a collection facility yet, or are planning on starting with mobile services. This gives trainees the opportunity to observe our adjoining, fully functional facility as an example of best practices and optimal procedures for collection and screening. Our facility is equipped to provide all of the services we offer as courses, so students may also be able to learn a little more about any other services they may be able to provide at their own facilities and what that may involve before becoming trained in that procedure.
Sometimes the logistics of training large groups in-person become exceedingly complicated. Travel, time, and expenses increase exponentially as the number of trainees increase. It may be more practical to have one instructor travel to your local facility than have several trainees travel to our facility. For this reason, we offer an on-site training option. This may not only cut down on costs and logistical issues, it gives the instructor the opportunity to learn more about how an existing collection facility is operated or to help design the optimal layout for a new facility.
Hybrid Training Program
This program combines an online training component with a summative in-person training component. Trainees can complete an online component prior to meeting with an instructor either on-site or at our facility where theory meets application in demonstrations, mock collections, and question and answer sessions. This method works well with those desiring an in-person experience, but are on an extremely limited schedule, allowing trainees to complete coursework at their own pace while reducing necessary in-person class time.