Industrial Training International launches e-learning courses

By D.Ann Shiffler07 June 2010

Industrial Training International, a provider of crane and rigging training and consulting, announced that it will launch a new website this month that will feature an all new e-learning platform.

Customers will have the ability to enroll in courses at ITI training centers, purchase reference materials, as well as e-learning courses all online.

The new website will showcase four new divisions under ITI's umbrella: ITI Field Services, Certification, Bookstore, and E-Learning will be added to the brand's existing Training Division.

Formerly known as Wire Rope & Rigging Consultants, the Field Services Division provides accident investigation, crane and rigging audits, lift planning services, and expert witness testimony among other services.

The Certification Division provides training offerings and resources for customers regarding nationally-accredited crane and rigging certifications plus ITI-qualified certifications.

The Bookstore, formerly known as Training & Inspection Resource Center, will continue to offer industry-specific resource materials and products, such as books, reference cards, CDs, and tools.

"We are especially excited about our new E-Learning Division," said Mike Parnell, president and CEO.

"We will be offering most of our rigging and crane courses online and have been encouraged to do so by our customers for some time.

"E-Learning participants can sign up for hands-on training days at our two national training centers to round out their educational experience."

ITI will release a Basic Rigger and Signalperson online course in September, the company said.

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