(PRWEB) May 10, 2014
AlertForce recently announced via their latest blog post that the company was about to offer face-to-face traffic management course in Melbourne. According to the post, the new course is intended for professionals who are looking to take up traffic management as a professional or as part of their current job. However, exactly what type of training will be provided was not talked about in the blog post; it was also not clear as to when the course will be offered.
AlertForce has been offering traffic management throughout Australia for some time now via their website (http://www.AlertForce.com.au). This is the first time that the company is offering a face-to-face course which may include simulations of various traffic control issues. The CEO for the company has said that the face-to-face course will “…include a number of new methods, hands on training, simulations and reenactment of various traffic issues.” He also said that “…this is a professional course and is specifically intended for people who want to become traffic managers or supervisors.”
Over the past couple of years, AlertForce has introduced a number of innovative new courses aimed at professional development. While traffic management has been offered via their website for quite some time, it’s the first time that traffic management courses will be offered in Melbourne. Many experts are seeing this as the company heading into new markets where established competitors offer face-to-face traffic management courses. However, if AlertForce is to stand out they need to offer a really great course, something that prepares people who pass out from the course for the real world. This is something that is severely lacking in many professionals who are currently joining the workforce as traffic managers.
The company will continue to offer their traffic management course online but cautions people that an online course in this instance can be limited to a great extent but these limits are removed when people attend a physical course. “There is a lot more that people will learn when they visit us face-to-face, even those who have taken our online traffic management course…” according to the CEO for the company.
People who are interested in taking the course or finding out more about it can visit: http://alertforce.com.au.