As a training provider, coming up with fresh new content and meeting all your clients’ needs can be a struggle. Training materials require regular updating, reviewing and amending, and some also need tailoring to specific businesses. Here at VideoTile, we offer our customers the chance to become a Distribution Partner. This gives access to our extensive range of approved and accredited online training courses.
What Is A Distribution Partner?
At VideoTile, we are constantly working on new interactive online training content for our range of e learning courses. We want our training providers to keep up to date and able to offer their customers a full range of relevant courses. Therefore, we make all our training available via our Distribution Partner Network. All of our Distribution Partners receive a completely branded solution that provides seamless integration into any existing processes and websites. We make sure our creative, marketing and technical teams and resources are at your disposal. This gives you direct contact for any e learning needs you may have.
In addition to receiving all of our online, interactive training courses fully branded to your own business, as a Distribution Partner you will also receive marketing materials, sales training and personal support. Our e learning courses are versatile enough so that you can use them in a range of ways because we know every training provider is different. You can use our e learning alongside classroom training, as refresher training and also as bundles with other services. VideoTile courses that are available to our Distribution Partners include Health and Safety, Business Skills and Social Care.
Do you want to become a distribution partner?
If you are a training provider looking to enhance your current offering and also help your clients achieve their training goals, become a Distribution Partner today. Get in touch with our team of specialists to discuss your bespoke e learning needs. Discover how our Distribution Partner Network can help you and your clients today.