Easybook Training partners with Veriforce

Easybook Training, the online search tool for browsing and booking construction safety and training courses, has partnered with US business Veriforce, the risk management specialist that offers contractors a wide range of training courses.

The agreement, announced on March 8, will mean that Veriforce’s network of around 50,000 contractors in the USA will have a simple online platform to book Veriforce-accredited training. These contractors will also have access to other training courses on the platform.

Easybook Training sigfns agreement with Veriforce

Easybook Training works with accredited training providers and training centers across the US to give users access to thousands of online or in-person construction and safety training programs.

“We are thrilled to partner with Veriforce, which will allow us to bring Easybook Training’s platform and course offerings to the Veriforce Network,” said Tony Radke, vice president of Easybook Training.

“This partnership eliminates barriers that companies have when trying to find available training classes that fit their needs and schedules.”

Veriforce’s network comprises of more than 50,000 contracting companies, 7,000 accredited safety trainers and authorized evaluators and more than 2.5 million workers. The company helps businesses ensure that they have a safe, qualified workforce, reducing business risk.

Easybook Training currently offers virtual, instructor-led SafeLand USA Basic Orientation, SafeGulf, H2S Clear for Energy and Basic Pipeline Orientation training five days a week. The SafeLand Basic Orientation virtual course is also offered in Spanish.

Radke added; “Combined with Easybook Training’s simple-to-use e-commerce platform and customer service, this partnership provides Veriforce network companies a trusted, reliable training partner that can deliver flexibility and reliability all in one place.”

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