GS Yuasa Academy has become the first battery training program to provide training accredited by the leading independent CPD accreditation institution.
GS Yuasa Academy is the most powerful comprehensive online battery learning platform available. Featuring over 20 detailed training courses, it covers every step of a battery’s ‘journey’ – from leaving the shelf, through ongoing maintenance, to end of service life.
CPD (Continuing Professional Development) accreditation comes following a comprehensive assessment of the site to ensure it meets the institution’s standards and benchmarks. This announcement sees the battery manufacturer become the first to offer CPD accredited battery training.
Users of the online training platform can claim CPD points and prove to employers and professional bodies that they have kept their skills and knowledge up to date with industry standards.
Designed for individuals and organisations alike, GS Yuasa Academy delivers professional battery training through its blend of engaging video content and downloadable support material. Each module only takes a few minutes to complete, can be completed at your own pace and results in a downloadable certificate bearing the CPD logo upon successful completion.
Ian Newham, Training Manager at GS Yuasa Battery Sales UK Ltd, said: “We’ve worked hard to create the first comprehensive battery training platform so are understandably proud that it’s now become the first to receive CPD accreditation. We are pleased to have been recognised by an external training assessor with such high standards.
“We’ve seen incredible engagement since the launch of GS Yuasa Academy – workshops, technicians, distributors and individuals have all rallied behind it. We know they love the broad range of content and the dynamic way in which it’s delivered. The fact that users can simply leave the site and then pick up where they left off is a real bonus for technicians and workshop owners with a busy work schedule too.”
To find out more about GS Yuasa Academy, or to start learning now, click here.
Date published: 30 March 2020.