"Online training doesn't work in our industry. Just a waste of time. How do you expect people to learn how to be a bricklayer watching cartoons on their iPad. Face to face training is the only thing that works."
This blog relates to corporate training software for learning and development. It provides practical tips on how to implement 70:20:10 in your environment. As an introduction, there are 3 reasons I like this article by Ryan Tracey: Provoking Deeper Thinking
What you desire in a technology partner is a vendor that will develop and support solutions that make your life easier, enabling you to get on with the important job of delivering vitally needed skills training and qualifications.
The Australian Employment Covenant’s Fifty Thousand Jobs Campaign was initiated by Andrew Forrest (CEO, Fortescue metals Group). The campaign was set up in order to assist Indigenous Australians to find effective long term employment with a suitable employer or vocational training. In order to allow employers to communicate employment opportunities, the AEC required an all-encompassing system tool.
One of the main issues RTOs face when looking to adopt a new and hopefully, better student management system is the dreaded ‘data migration’ phase. Let’s face it, if you’re an established RTO you probably have years’ of student records that you’re obliged to keep. Now you need to migrate them to a new student management system. Naturally you’ll have questions.
The workhorse that assists you everyday to manage: courses, schedules, enrolment, student records, certificates, compliance and so much more, needs to be dependable and trustworthy. That's what you get from Bluegem.
The client is an Registered Training Organisation (RTO) delivering industry entry point and specialist training to agencies and individuals across multiple states. In order to deliver Security Officer and a necessary Online Training Course, the organisation required a complex yet user friendly TMS.
The client is an electrical utilities service provider with staff and contractors exceeding 10,000 people. When the client first encountered Bluegem, they were in need of an overhaul of their current inefficient and time-consuming Training Management System.