EdApp by SafetyCulture will be featured on Bees sleeves – News

The Emirates FA Cup campaign in Brentford kicks off tomorrow, Saturday 8 January, at 3 p.m. as the team travel to Port Vale for a third round draw. Throughout this cutting campaign, the bee sleeves will feature the logo of EdApp by SafetyCulture, the free all-in-one online training platform.

Normally, shirt sleeves bear the SafetyCulture mark, the club’s official workplace operations partner. But for tomorrow’s game and subsequent cup games this season, EdApp will be promoted.

EdApp is a free online training platform that helps improve learning in the workplace. It uses a micro-learning format to facilitate staff motivation and help them retain their knowledge.

How it works?

In accordance with their mission to democratize learning in the workplace, they have made their training platform accessible to all by offering EdApp completely free. Their free plan lets you create an unlimited number of lessons, deploy them to an unlimited number of learners, and access a suite of tools to track learner progress.

An EdApp spokesperson stressed the importance of making the app affordable for businesses and staff: “We wanted to create a platform that didn’t require an in-house team of experts and was cost effective – even free – for the teams who need it most.

Keep an eye out for the ‘Trained by EdApp’ message on Brentford FC’s sleeve for this cup campaign, starting tomorrow’s game against Port Vale FC.

You can try EdApp by signing up for free here or by downloading the app through the App Store or Google Play.

Edwin S. Wolfe