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Penn College Partners With ClickSafety to Offer Online Training

Workforce Development & Continuing Education at Pennsylvania College of Technology has joined forces with ClickSafety Inc. to offer noncredit safety classes online.

The offerings from the college and the Alamo, Calif.-based firm enable businesses to provide safety training for their employees regardless of their location or the number of workers who are participating.

More than 250 courses are offered in a dozen categories such as Awareness Courses, Safety and Health Fundamentals, Management Courses, Certificate and OSHA Outreach Courses, Mold in Construction Series, Department of Transportation Courses and General Industry Courses.

Featured courses include OSHA 10-Hour Road Construction, OSHA 30-Hour Construction and STS (Safety Trained Supervisor) Construction Exam Preparation.

“ClickSafety is thrilled to be providing our online safety training solutions to the clients of Pennsylvania College of Technology,” said Tom Padden, vice president of sales. “Partnering with the state’s largest workforce-development training institution, ClickSafety has a great opportunity to help train thousands on workplace safety best practices.”

ClickSafety Inc., a division of Assessment Technologies Institute, is a recognized leader in online safety training. Since 1999, ClickSafety’s team of Certified Safety Professionals and Certified Industrial Hygienists has developed the most comprehensive range of online safety courses for the construction and general industries. Using a flexible, customizable and “client-centered” e-learning platform, ClickSafety trains employees, managers and supervisors in more than 6,500 organizations worldwide.

Workforce Development & Continuing Education at Penn College offers noncredit classes, seminars and customized training for business, industry and the general public. Offerings are designed specifically for the convenience of employed adults and business/industry clients.

“WDCE is very excited to offer online safety training in an innovative, convenient and cost-effective manner. It gives us the ability to serve an audience not able to take advantage of traditional classroom training,” said Tracy Brundage, managing director of WDCE.

Courses offered through the Penn College-ClickSafety partnership can be found online . Business and industry clients can learn more by calling WDCE at 570-327-4775 or visiting on the Web .

For general information about Penn College, visit online , e-mail or call toll-free 800-367-9222.

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