It's tempting to think that spreadsheets are a good way to track internal training offerings. However, continuing to use spreadsheets as your training offering grows could waste a lot of time and create more work for your internal training staff.
Managing training can be an acrobatic administrative task. It involves endless spreadsheets, systems, emails, calendars and catalogs, all created and managed separately. At a certain point, the critical mass of chaos merits changing the tools you use.
If you’re looking to take your training management to the next step, you may be wondering if a training management platform is the right move.
iSpring Solutions Inc., a global leader in eLearning software and services, announced the groundbreaking update of iSpring Learn, its award-winning LMS. The release introduces two big advancements: smart course assignments and online content authoring.
Managing training for a large number of learners, who represent different departments and different job roles, can be a difficult task. Creating training plans for each employee is the best way to make sure everyone receives the training that they need.
Organize your operations, integrate your tech stack and analyze where you can drive strategic initiatives that impact your organization.
Administrate is built to help you plan all of your training activities and resources, including your course catalogs, sessions scheduling, classroom management, instructors and resources planning, and powerful reporting.
Promapp Solutions – a leading provider of cloud-based business process management (BPM) software – is launching an onboarding and training solution.
The autobots are here, but are they here for your job? Robotic process automation (RPA) has the potential to simplify training administration. These tips will help L&D leaders prepare.
Lead Liaison, a world-class sales and marketing solution provider, and Administrate, a cloud-based training management provider, have joined together to build an even better solution for their customers.