TPC reformats its Fundamentals series of online training topics to be compatible with mobile devices.

TPC Training Systems’ extensive training library will offer its Fundamentals training topics in HTML5 at the start of 2016 giving clients greater flexibility while training. The updated lessons are part of a 10 course series designed to train workers on subjects essential to every field, while explaining the latest technology and its applications. Topics covered in the Fundamentals series include lessons on blueprints, schematics, math, measurements, materials, tools, safety, troubleshooting, OSHA regulations relevant to operation and maintenance personnel.

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Each reconfigured TPC Online™ course offers:
– New navigation features
– Added compatibility with mobile devices
– Eliminated need for additional software
– Faster loading times
– New look and feel

    “By advancing our most popular series of training topics to be better compatible with each client’s unique needs, we are able to deliver essential training to today’s changing workforces.” said Tim Jacobs, Technical Manager, TPC Training Systems.

    This most recent release is especially exciting as it begins transitioning TPC’s foundational courseware to a format that is fully compatible with today’s workforce training environments. Along with a renovated look and feel, HTML5 generates a training environment that is compatible with mobile devices, including both Android and iOS smart phones and tablets. HTML5 also improves the worker’s training experience in TPC Online™ by making the content more interactive with touch screen devices which previously wasn’t possible with TPC’s Flash based content.

     TPC Training Systems’ online learning management system, TPC Online™, allows users and organizations to train interactively while allowing administrators the ability to assign, track, and report on technical skills training at one location or throughout the organization. TPC Online™ features the deepest industrial training catalog in the industry featuring over 1,000 course hours and offers trainees continuing education units upon each course completion.

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