The industrial setting requires specialised skills training for different roles and responsibilities. Both current and new employees will benefit from workplace skill courses as they improve safety, performance and productivity in industrial environments. At Cloud Assess, you’ll find a range of free online courses that will equip you and your team with the critical skills to safely operate in the industrial environment. Gain practical skills and safety awareness, enhance your career and build rapport with your team by completing these short courses.
1. Injuries and First Aid Course
Injuries are commonplace in the industrial setting as workers handle potential hazards every day. In line with this, it is important for team members to understand the basics of administering first aid in case of emergencies. Team training in first aid should focus on instilling critical skills for providing first aid to both others and yourself. Our online courses on injuries and first aid provide techniques and tips on administering emergency first aid. You’ll learn about the common injuries in the workplace, factors that cause injuries at work and how to provide basic first aid.
How injuries occur
Common injuries in the industrial setting}
Administering first aid for cuts
Administering first aid for muscle injuries
Administering first aid for bone injuries
Best for: Construction workers, Miners, Frontline workers, Factory workers, Repair workers, and Lineworkers. Cost: Free
Machine operations pose significant challenges to the safety of workers in the industrial setting. Before any employee can be allowed to operate machinery, they must undergo thorough workplace training to ensure that they have the skills and knowledge to work safely. This online course emphasises the proper usage of different industrial machines and equipment for safe operations, preventing accidents and injuries. You’ll learn how to properly handle machines to minimise their risks and routine machine maintenance to keep your equipment up and running in the safest way possible.
Introduction to machine safety and usage
Risk assessment and mitigation
General guidelines for safe machine usage
Machine maintenance and inspection
Best for: Construction workers, Industrial inspectors, Factory workers, Engineers, and Employees in the industrial setting. Cost: Free
3. Digital Literacy and Mobile Technology Training Course
Digital literacy is a soft skill that applies to most industries today, including the industrial setting. There are now numerous programs, software and advancements in almost every industry, and employees will need to keep up with the latest technologies to improve their skills in the workplace. Workers in the industrial setting may encounter digital tools that will help them with the technical aspects of their jobs such as sales training software, artificial intelligence tools and mobile platforms. They will need to understand how to use these different services for their own professional growth. Our online courses on digital literacy and mobile technology training offer different skills to help you adapt to the ever-changing industry. Learn to use mobile tools and digital assistants properly to streamline job processes and ease your workload.
Applications of mobile technology in the industrial industry
Utilising mobile devices for data collection and analysis
Enhancing productivity and efficiency through mobile technology
Industry-specific mobile applications and their uses
Applying mobile technology for safety and risk management
Best for: Technicians, Engineers, Machine operators, Construction workers, Project managers, Designers, and Factory workers. Cost: Free
Industrial work must prioritise the safety of its employees. Risk assessments is a critical part of workplace training for industrial workers as they need to identify and understand the potential risks they may face at work. Our online training course on risk assessment goes hand-in-hand with our other team training programs such as hazard reporting. This course covers different aspects of risk assessment in the workplace where you’ll learn the right way to conduct risk assessments according to the organisation’s safety protocols and quality standards.
What is risk assessment
When to conduct a risk assessment
How to conduct a risk assessment
Best for: Floor managers, Project leads, Site inspectors, Supervisors, and Workers in the industrial setting. Cost: Free
Workers in the industrial setting typically interact with different roles and departments. For instance, a renovation project manager might interact with engineers, contractors, construction workers and designers throughout the project. This is why it is important to conduct workplace training programs on cross-functional collaboration to keep operations efficient between teams. This workplace training program includes modules on establishing effective workplace collaborations across departments. You’ll learn the importance of teamwork in the industrial setting and gain soft skills to build rapport with individual employees.
Importance of cross-functional collaboration in industrial settings
Key factors for successful cross-functional collaboration in industrial settings
Practical tips for cross-functional collaboration in industrial settings
Problem-solving with cross-functional teams
Best for: Project managers, Quality assurance teams, Maintenance managers, Manufacturing workers, Floor managers, and Workers in the industrial setting. Cost: Free
Deskless workers in the industrial setting may benefit from soft skills training to accelerate their professional growth. Innovation fuels improvements around the workplace and understanding innovations that can enhance your productivity can help you advance your organisation, not to mention boost your career. This soft skills course offers new skills to workers in an industrial environment as it empowers them to improve their performance through innovation. Here, you’ll learn the critical skills needed to develop new solutions for your workplace while aligning your ideas with the company’s objectives.
What is innovation
Creating innovation in the workplace
Best for: Managers, Team members, and Workers in the industrial setting. Cost: Free
Tool box talks are meant to spark discussions in the workplace as team leaders talk about relevant issues and concerns. Depending on leadership styles, they may also boost employee motivation and morale through pep talks at the start of the shift. Ultimately, these discussions aim to provide information to employees, which is why it is essential for leaders to understand how to conduct effective tool box talks. This skills training program offers courses on enhancing leadership skills through leading effective toolbox talks. You’ll learn soft skills such as efficient communication and work on existing skills to further your career development. By the end of the course, you should be able to gain the social skills you need to lead insightful discussions with your team.
Selecting a relevant topic
Engaging the team
Reinforcing key messages
Follow-up and evaluation
Best for: Aspiring team leaders, Managers, Project leads, Training managers Cost: Free
The industrial setting covers a variety of roles and works, including jobs at elevated workspaces. Working at heights presents additional challenges for employees as the systems, processes and procedures for working at elevated heights are different from those on-ground. Employees encounter new hazards, which is why it is important for them to have the critical skills required for working in such environments. Our employee training program on working at heights will equip you with the knowledge and skills you need to safely navigate workplace operations at elevated heights. This online training course covers the basic safety precautions when working at heights such as fall protection, fall arrest systems and harness usage.
What is working at heights?
Equipment and tools
Fall prevention and fall arrest systems
How to stay safe when working at heights
Best for: Employees working at heights: Construction workers, Builders, Window cleaners, Maintenance workers, Industrial firefighters, Electrical workers, Tree trimming workers, etc. Cost: Free
Industrial roles involve a lot of demanding physical work. At the same time, employees are expected to think of solutions and innovate ways to improve organisational performance. They may also be required to work at odd hours, which can take a toll on their stamina. Fatigue poses a significant risk to the workplace as employees may have difficulties staying alert and aware. Our orientation program on fatigue management will help you avoid fatigue and the risks it can bring to the workplace. You’ll learn to recognise the early signs of fatigue and gain insights on properly managing your fatigue for safer workplace operations.
What is fatigue management
How to combat fatigue in the workplace
Tips on managing fatigue
Best for: All workers in the industrial setting. Cost: Free
Hand and arm vibration may stem from operating heavy machinery and power tools that vibrate. This may cause a condition called hand-arm vibration syndrome (HAVS) which causes musculoskeletal and neurological issues. Workers dealing with machine and equipment operations must undergo proper workplace training programs to prevent HAVS and its symptoms. Our employee training course on hand/arm vibration covers the main causes of HAVS in an industrial workplace and ways to prevent hand/arm vibration with safety training. You’ll learn the risks of HAVS, the different stages of the condition and its early signs so you can monitor your health when operating heavy machinery.
What is hand/arm vibration
Health effects of hand/arm vibration
Measurement and assessment of hand/arm vibration
Risk management and prevention strategies
Health surveillance and monitoring
Best for: Machine operators, Heavy-lifters, Manual handlers, Construction workers, Factory workers, Lineworkers, Miners, Agricultural workers, Masons, etc. Cost: Free