Lloyds Bank Online Training Support
Lloyds Bank has been actively working in partnership with the Manufacturing Technology Centre (MTC) as part of its commitment to supporting the UK manufacturing industry.MTC Training's industry leading courses, made available to your business free of charge as part of our partnership with Lloyds Bank, will raise your awareness of new and disruptive technologies that are becoming more prominent across areas such as Additive Manufacturing, Robotics and Digital Manufacturing. Click 'Add to cart' to progress through to checkout and create an account on our Learning Management System to begin your learning.
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As part of the package, you will also have access to some of our most popular online courses, providing insight into topics including cyber security, cyber crime and equality in the workplace.
If you need any technical support whilst completing your training, please contact the MTC Training team on firstname.lastname@example.org or call 02476 701774.
Exploring the Benefits of Digitalisation
This self-guided online course demystifies digitalisation, showing how it can make your business more resilient and sustainable, and preparing you to take the first practical steps of your digitalisation journey.
A Guide for Engineers and Decision-Makers Part 1 (Online Learning)
This highly interactive online learning course will provide you with insight into each of the seven Additive Manufacturing (AM) processes and their associated materials.
Implementing Automation and Robotics (Online Learning)
Developed by the MTC’s Robotics & Automation experts, this online learning course will provide you with the skills and knowledge to help you make informed decisions about the introduction of automation and robotics to your business.
Introduction to Digital Manufacturing (Online Learning)
Developed by the MTC’s Digital Manufacturing experts to help you make informed decisions on the implementation of digital tools into your manufacturing processes.
Engineering Organisational Efficiency and Improvement (Online Learning)
The aim of the online course is to introduce you to Engineering Organisation Efficiency and Improvement.
Cyber Crime (Online Learning)
This module is the first of two modules on online crime, security and protection. It will look at cyber crime throughout the UK, the types of crimes and how they occur.
Cyber Security (Online Learning)
This module will look at how you can protect yourself from online threat and will examine password security, safe clicking and firewalls.
The Bribery Act 2010 (Online Learning)
Learners will come to understand the key points of the Act, including an explanation of how this important legislation affects both employees and organisations.
Equality in the Workplace (Online Learning)
Our e-learning module will guide both employees and managers through their responsibilities, identifying protected characteristics, highlighting key concepts of discrimination and underlining the benefits of equality.
GDPR (Online Learning)
This suite of bite-sized e-learning modules on General Data Protection Regulations (GDPR) has been designed to teach the learner about the legislation (GDPR) that replaced the Data Protection Act 1998.
Stress Awareness (Online Learning)
This Stress Awareness module is designed to give you an overview of stress awareness at work, whys stress occurs, how it manifests itself and offer hints and tips on how to cope with the increasing demands of the workplace.
Manual Handling (Online Learning)
This module serves as a comprehensive guide to good practice, including step-by-step instruction on performing lifts.
Working at Height (Online Learning)
Our e-learning module will provide expert guidance on working at height, including pre-work assessments, safe use of ladders and HSE regulations.
Giving and Receiving Feedback (Online Learning)
This module will outline the importance of feedback, and illustrate how to seek, receive and use feedback to improve your workplace performance.
Email Stress (Online Learning)
This module explores aspects of email stress and offers practical advice to help you use email more effectively.
If you have any issues throughout the process, please contact the MTC Training team on email@example.com or call 02476 701774.