Positive customer feedback from our wonderful Navy clients:
“Great training. Much needed throughout the military… straight to the point.”
“I love this training because it was very simple and easy to understand. There were also visuals to help identify and remember locations and types of storage tanks. The information was just enough and not too overwhelming.”
“Informative refresher. It was an excellent Environmental Awareness Training.”
“keep up the good work.”
“The training is very well presented. Easy to understand and comprehend.”
“You guys did an amazing job creating this training and keep up the great work.”
Way to stay updated on your training, Navy! Keep up the good work.
They’re here! Summer Newsletters are now out. And if you didn’t receive it directly, you can check them out by visiting our website at:
ECATTS issue: http://ecatts.com/pdf/ECATTSnewsletterSummer2017.pdf
ESOHTN issue: http://ecatts.com/pdf/ESOHTNnewsletterSummer2017.pdf
Have you checked out our new modules yet? Our 2017 training catalog is out and available at http://ecatts.com/websitePDFs/CourseCatalog.pdf.
Here, you can view our extensive list of existing courses, as well as our new ones like:
- Asbestos Awareness
- Diversity of Amphibians and Reptiles in the United States
- Heavy Metal Awareness Training – NAS Whidbey Island
- Introduction to Amphibians and Reptiles
- Introduction to Drinking Water Systems: In-depth 6 part training
- PPV Environmental Training Series: 16 Modules
- Sustainable Procurement Program (SPP) Awareness
As always, if you have any questions about our training, you can contact us directly at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Happy New Year! Winter Newsletters are out and ready for your viewing!
Check them out now:
We are happy to report once again that we received positive user feedback from our Naval Clients. Thanks for the great comments, Navy!
“This is much better than attending a class. I like it.”
“this was awesome!”
“Very pleased with the subject matter…”
“This training was so useful and will help me better understand the importance of hazmat control.”
“Heavy Metal Awareness Training” for NAS Whidbey Island provides an overview for service members who may be potentially exposed to heavy metals (HM) at Naval Air Station Whidbey Island. (20 minute awareness course.)
To view our full training curriculum, visit our catalog at http://ecatts.com/websitePDFs/CourseCatalog.pdf.
This Memorial Day weekend, and every day, the ECATTS & ESOHTN team would like to thank and remember those in our armed forces who selflessly gave their lives while serving our country. Thank you, from the bottom of our hearts, for your bravery and patriotism. Have fun and be safe.
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Spring ESOHTN Newsletter: http://ecatts.com/pdf/ESOHTNnewsletterSpring2016.pdf
Spring ECATTS Newsletter: http://ecatts.com/pdf/ECATTSnewsletterSpring2016.pdf
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