New Website Offers Industrial Safety Training Courses And Resources

NTT Training, the leader in hands-on industrial safety and skills training, is pleased to announce it has launched a new website, designed to make it easy to find hands-on industrial skills training courses and resources.

Centennial, CO – NTT Training, the leader in hands-on industrial safety and skills training, is pleased to announce it has launched a new website, designed to make it easy to find hands-on industrial skills training courses and resources. The site provides training courses and information to assist industry professionals in their mission to develop safe and skilled industrial employees.

In redeveloping its site, NTT is also seeking to build a community, a destination where industry professionals can find answers to questions, interact with other professionals, and easily find solutions to meet their specific needs. Designed by Adamus Media, this new responsive web design features:

  • Easy to find 2 to 5 day industrial courses that keep employees safe with the skills they need
  • Comprehensive information about NTT’s three key services: consulting, training, and assessment services
  • The latest news and white papers on industry trends
  • Videos with tips and examples of training students receive
  • Simple search buttons to locate any course from home page
  • Advanced search that allows users to find training courses by location, type (lab, classroom or both), and date
  • Social networks and feeds
  • Online chat

“A healthy, productive workplace begins with safety,” says NTT President Dan Rinn. “Our goal is to provide you – in two to five days – the best industrial safety practices along with practical and intensive hands-on training for the electrical and mechanical skills that you’ll use on the job tomorrow.  With nearly 60 courses available, we offer several convenient training options, from hands-on classroom training and online training, to specialized instruction at your location tailored to your needs.  Our consulting group is available to evaluate safety training needs, and we’ll design custom workforce development programs for you as well as implement these programs using actual industry equipment taught by industry professionals to give students a true ‘hands-on’ experience. That’s the NTT difference.”


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