There are clear benefits to the delivery of vocational and English-language learning simultaneously, specifically in terms of securing the required understanding of often-complex manuals and guides for the use of forest machinery but also in terms of facilitating communication in multinational sites and multinational workforces. The training tool has the potential to support initial VET programme delivery, work-based or site-based learning as well as self-directed learning. The work-based nature of the tool is also notably important and language use builds on the development of a related Forest Workers’ Glossary (separately included in the WBL Toolkit). Users can select from 15 additional languages (Bulgarian, Czech, Estonian, Finnish, German, Greek, French, Lithuanian, Polish, Portuguese, Romanian, Russian, Slovak, Spanish and Swedish) which they can then pair with English to facilitate the simultaneous learning process. In terms of access, the tool can be accessed online, including via smartphones and tablets, the latter positive in terms of ensuring continued access.