Flexco e-learning course earns award

By |  September 14, 2023

FlexcoA Flexco e-learning course earned a Brandon Hall Group award for excellence in learning and development.

Flexco won a Gold Award – Best Advance in Custom Content for Flexco Essentials, a six-part course that offers users an overview of a heavy-duty conveyor system and a comprehensive breakdown of its key components.

According to Flexco, users have a deeper understanding of the essentials of conveyor systems upon completion, as well as how heavy-duty components work together to contribute to conveyor safety, efficiency and productivity.

“The Flexco Essentials curriculum is an excellent program for anyone who needs to upskill or round out their expertise on heavy-duty conveyor systems,” says Suzanne Laine, learning and development manager at Flexco. “The six-part e-learning course features high-definition graphics, video and animations that bring the heavy-duty conveyor system to life and give the learner opportunities to interact with the content and assess their knowledge.

“The win reflects our investment to develop training that shares Flexco industry insights and best practices with today’s learners who are seeking an engaging, innovative and dynamic learning experience,” Laine adds.

Brandon Hall Group describes itself as a professional development company that offers data, research, insights and certification to learning and talent executives and organizations.

“Our award winners are relentless in their pursuit of excellence,” says Mike Cooke, group CEO of Brandon Hall Group. “We have received some of the most innovative use of HCM (human capital management) strategy that we have seen in the last 30 years, and in most cases, technology and collaboration across departments have helped them achieve amazing business results.”

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