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Course collections

What’s new? We are very excited about this month’s update – we have added some great new features around Certificates and Course Collections. These changes will allow for easier management of courses and enrolments.  Specifically, the new course collections feature will provide pathways of learning, meaning you can control the order in which users complete content without having to enrol them one by one.The biggest changes can be seen on the Site Settings -> Collections page accessible at the top left of Intuto next to your logo. You’ll see we’ve replaced certificates with Collections. All certificates now relate to a collection. You......

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November Update

What’s new? We’ve updated Intuto with some changes to the Users and Settings pages. These changes have been made to help prepare the system for when we add more features, such as Course Collections, which are due in December. The biggest changes can be seen on the Users page where we’ve introduced a ‘Bulk Actions’ button. This makes it easy to update multiple user accounts at a time. Using bulk actions you can: add users to a group enrol users into one or more courses bulk reset passwords make users inactive Groups......

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tracking employee training

We already know that onboarding training and maintenance training for staff are essential. But there is a key element of workplace training which is often ignored: tracking employee training. Tracking employee training is important for several reasons: It helps you to know that your staff up to date with advances in industry, technology and legislation When you assume you make an ass out of u and ur company. You should never assume that your staff is on top of any developments within the industry. Instead, you need to track their training and......

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Mobile Training Design

Now that you’ve decided to create mobile training for hospitality, you’ll want to include these features in your content: KISS A mobile training program so good you could kiss it? Not quite. Keep It Simple, Stupid. Mobile users demand simplicity and ease of use above all else so you need to design mobile training with this in mind. Is your program easy to log into and navigate? Are the units small and concise? Are all the pages clearly labelled? If your employees can use the training program easily, they’re far more likely to......

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Mobile training for hospitality

Hospitality as an industry has several features which make it unique in the world of employment. Hours are irregular, scope of work can be huge, health and safety issues are paramount, employee personality and background vary, and turnover is often very high. For those reasons, mobile training for hospitality is the ideal way to approach all training and onboarding in the industry. Scheduling issues When employees are trained in the conventional way, the speed at which training can be completed relies largely on both the trainees’ and the trainer’s availability, and usually requires time......

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June Release - Improving the Content Views

What’s New? We’ve just updated Intuto with numerous bug fixes and some changes to the interface and navigation experience. The biggest change relates to the Content page where we’ve introduced a new grid view of your content and compressed the list view. This means it will no longer expand when you hover your mouse over it. This stops the page bouncing around which in extreme cases has been causing motion sickness. Introducing the New Content Page Take a look at the new designs. You can easily switch between the two views to......

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Inexperienced employees

It may seem counterintuitive, but hiring inexperienced employees and training them on the job can be good for your company. The simple reason is that, initially at least, you will pay less to hire someone who still needs training than to hire an experienced worker. Obviously we aren’t advocating for employing inappropriate staff. But offering people with less experience an opportunity will reduce the cost of the hire. “Employers can take on trained people but should think about how much more they’re paying for that extra experience”, says Dean Minchington, CEO of......

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