As well as delivering technical skills, Jena Dyco International’s recently launched online training portal – www.jdlearnonline.com.au – also offers industry operatives business training tools in what is a comprehensive educational site.
The portal ‘will feature a wide range of interactive, video-based learning products for both business and technical skills. Existing products include tools to help people start-up new and grow their existing specialised cleaning businesses as well as specialised technical tools, such as a video product to help technicians with stain removal enquiries,’ explains the RTO’s press release.
Jena Dyco managing director Jenny Boymal says that the launch of an online learning portal is a huge step in providing training options Australia-wide.
“With such a wide range of subscriber-content, the implementation of the Jena Dyco Learn Online Portal will make a difference to thousands of business owners and technicians around Australia who will be able to access the information whenever they want,” Boymal states.
However, Boymal wants to remind everyone that online training is not a substitute for face-to-face technical training.
“Online training is an excellent way to keep you thinking about your business and your technical skills from the comfort of your own home, but should not be used as a training substitute – rather it is a great tool to supplement face-to-face training,” she points out.
Jena Dyco’s online training products can be accessed at their new online learning portal at www.jdlearnonline.com.au