The Digital College's e-learning has delivered tangible benefits across sectors such as construction, healthcare and employability.
In addition our range of health and wellbeing and health and safety courses are used by a wide range of businesses and public sector organisations. Here are a few...
Local Authorities | Employability skills
Case study: Helping jobseekers acquire skills in Scotland
Invest in Renfrewshire is the largest employability service in Western Scotland, providing a complete skills service to both employers and jobseekers.
As the employability arm of Renfrewshire council, they are a voluntary service working with local businesses and charities to help grow the Renfrewshire economy whilst also finding suitable employment for jobseekers..
Housing Associations | Volunteer Training
Case study: Joseph Rowntree upskills volunteers
The Joseph Rowntree Housing Trust are using e-learning to upskill their Hartlepool Action Lab volunteers. The volunteers are now able to gain certificates which not only develop their volunteering skills but also enhance their CVs.
Businesses | Health and Safety training
Case study: O'Halloran and O'Brien handle serious cost savings
OHOB has evolved from a small groundworks company to a multi-disciplined major contractor. With over 2000 operatives over 100 site locations training can be difficult, time-consuming and expensive.
This case study demonstrates how OHOB are deploying essential manual handling training company-wide with a saving of over 80%.
CSCS Cards | Construction supply chain
Case study: Cleaning company mops up with CSCS cards
Many non-construction companies now require CSCS green cards for their staff due to the increasing focus on health and safety in the construction industry.
See how cleaning firm Parker Parker Ltd used the CSCS Green Card service to quickly get their staff compliant and working on construction sites.
Employment | Partner Programme
Case study: Employability in North Wales
As a long-term partner, Agoriad Cyf have used employability courses from The Digital College to help local people into work. Due to the accessible nature of the learning, the courses can help those who face barriers with traditional classroom training.
Training | Partner Programme
Case study: Gateway for Women in Construction
Gateway Professional Training are working with the Borough of Islington to open up the construction industry to local women. Gateway used our online learning and assessments to equip attendees with with CSCS cards so they were ready for work.
Employment | Partner Programme
Case study: Improving prospects through skills in The North West
Farnworth Baptist Church provide a wide variety of support services to their local community, near Bolton Manchester. This support includes a Work Club which has an active programme to help those seeking work.
"Learning with The Digital College was easy and fun! I found switching between my desktop and laptop made it really easy to finish the course on the go."
Online learning | Business
Keeping staff skills up to date
Businesses have a responsibility to invest in training to ensure that staff are kept safe, as well as providing training to drive career progression and improve productivity.
The Digital College provides a wealth of courses that support the safety and well-being of your staff. This can cover physical and mental well-being through courses such as Manual Handling and Stress Awareness.
Employment | Construction
Case study: Jordan's story
The Work Programme Team at Richmond Fellowship and The Digital College helped Jordan study for a CSCS Green Card and his first job.
This case study shows how online learning, combined with local in-person support, can help people into work.