We are very excited to announce that the Qintil Course Store is now packed with a whole range of courses to suit any need, any industry and any goal.
Data has become the success icon. It’s what many companies and individuals attribute their ‘over-night’ success too and it’s easy to see the insights that can be gathered that others seem to be totally blind too. But how do they do it?
When it comes to corporate compliance training it is safe to say that the stick rules over the desire to complete the training. When content is filled with technical terms that could send you to snooze mode instantly — you have to consider how compliance training and be improved.
We’ve created this article to help you understand how to maximise LMS Free Trials and understand the ROI of eLearning.
When choosing an LMS it’s important to go in with a solid game plan. Understanding each and every element of not only your training/learning requirements but also the features you would need to automate or simplify your tasks.
The history of digital dashboards can be traced back to the 1970s with the study of decision support systems and in the late 90s we saw the massive growth of the web.
Digital dashboards as we know began to appear.
However, this was the time before cloud computing and Software-as-a-Service, so many of these dashboards or decision support systems were inevitably built in-house by organisations to consolidate and display data.
As online businesses began to grow it became a necessity to have a dashboard to ensure that the massive amounts of data being collecting from all sides of business could be deciphered and presented in a digestible format.
It’s one of those subjects that we know is essential, and potentially life or limb saving, but is highly unlikely to be fun or engaging. Especially if you have attended the same course over a number of years.
I was fortunate to meet someone a couple weeks ago who thought the same — and he’s done something about it.
Kevin McGrath is the founder of CareTrain, an innovative company based in the Midlands, where he has developed SafetySmart.
If your learners are asked to do a course by your you and you’ve already completed one similar recently, they can ask you for an exemption. If you approve it, they won’t need to do the course again and their learner record will be set as complete for that course, saving you and your learner time.
This video shows you how to manage course exemption requests in Qintil Learning Manager.
If you are asked to do a course by your manager and you’ve already completed one similar recently, you can ask for an exemption. if approved you won’t need to do the course again.
This video shows you how to request a course exemption.
Your Qintil Profile is your connected learning platform. This video helps you to navigate and understand how to get the full benefits of your profile.
Adding your organisation into Qintil Learning Manager is an incredible easy process, check out the video below to see just how straight-forward the entire process is.