We all learn differently. We learn best by seeing, by doing, by hearing, by reading, by practicing—or all of the above. Lion designs online courses that fit a variety of learning styles, so every professional can learn what he or she needs to know to get the job done right.
Lion’s online hazmat and RCRA courses are reinforced with:
- Content and resources updated when regulations change
- Retention-boosting exercises and knowledge checks
- Relatable, real-world examples
- FAQs developed over 40 years of training experience
- A user-friendly, easy-to-use interface
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Lion Technology workshops are amazing!! You always learn so much, and the instructors are fantastic.
The instructor was excellent. They knew all of the material without having to read from a notepad or computer.
Attending Lion Technology classes should be mandatory for every facility that ships or stores hazmat.
Much better than my previous class with another company. The Lion instructor made sense, kept me awake and made me laugh!
Enterprise Safety Manager
The instructor does a great job at presenting material in an approachable way. I have been able to save my company about $30,000 in the last year with what I have learned from Lion!
The instructor was very patient and engaging - willing to answer and help explain subject matter.
Material Control Superintendent
The instructor did an excellent job presenting a very dry subject; keeping everyone interested and making it enjoyable.
Hazardous Waste Professional
The instructor was very dedicated to providing a quality experience. She did her best to make sure students were really comprehending the information.
Inventory Control Specialist
No comparison. Lion has the best RCRA training ever!!
We have a very busy work schedule and using Lion enables us to take the course at our own time. It makes it easy for me to schedule my employees' training.
Hazmat Shipping Professional
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