Insight blog

Why “Sheep Dipping” is wrong as an approach to training management

Nationwide, many employees are still being subjected to the outdated training practice of ‘sheep dipping’. We’ve all been there, stuck in a room sitting through compulsory training, feeling like your...
22 February 2016

6 Reasons automation makes sense in training management

To stay compliant with the persistent stream of new policies and procedures in the UK today, businesses are forced to continually evolve. Keeping your workforce properly trained and compliant can be...
22 February 2016

5 Ways DTL's Code of Practice will benefit your business

We started 2016 with some very exciting announcements, one of which was our new Code of Practice (COP), which sets out DTL’s standards in relation to quality and consistency in our training. But...
11 February 2016

What is a confined space?

Confined Spaces are one of the most dangerous working environments. There are many things that can go wrong in such conditions, and each year, confined spaces claim the lives of 15-30 people in the...
05 February 2016

Streetworks: a necessary inconvenience?

Streetworks are a touchy subject for most people; they are an expensive and time-consuming inconvenience hated by the public across the country. Yet increasingly, they are one of the most important...
25 January 2016