I have always enjoyed learning new things, especially in education, so I was very lucky to fall into the perfect role 16 years ago when I came back from my OE. I started at a very small company with a huge vision, and I have been here ever since! Many of my colleagues from university now work in big organisations with pinball, table tennis and even slides - but I wouldn’t change my career path for anything (well maybe Craig Walker’s role) - because eLearning feels good.
Great, you've got people signed up to your Intuto online training course. Now you need to help them complete it – and hopefully enjoy it too.
Here are five tips to motivate e-learners:
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.
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.[line]
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 development. Keeping abreast of technology improvements and advancements keeps your staff at the top of their game. Making sure your staff are up to date with rules and regulations is especially important in terms of health and safety. It is your responsibility to monitor your employees' health and safety training and knowledge and ensure that they are well-versed in your OHS policies to protect them from accident or injury.
Organising an event of any size is a challenge, and can be extremely stressful. There are a thousand things to think about: not least of which is managing a team of volunteers and workers. To take the stress out of the experience, it’s easier to organise events online with Intuto.
I've deliberately paraphrased a heading that was used in a piece recently published by Matt Jones from Advanced Safety NZ, Workplace H&S Inductions - the forgotten piece of the puzzle. While the original heading was focused on health and safety inductions, he expanded within the article on the importance of "drawing a line in the sand" to create a "confident workforce, empowered leaders and a safer place to work".
There’s a good chance you’re already using online tools such as Facebook, Twitter and your organisation’s website to recruit your volunteers, so why aren’t you using online tools to engage and train them?
No doubt quality merchandiser performance is a key focus of your company. If you haven’t already, 2017 is the year to give it a boost by moving your merchandiser training online. Intuto’s online platform makes it easier than ever to convert your merchandiser training programme. Here are the four key reasons to move your merchandiser training online and start improving performance right away.