Training management applications deliver and track employee education programs. With a good system in place, employers more easily run effective learning programs and show documentation of employee-training completion during an audit or inspection. EBN editors have their eyes on these vendors, which are presented in alphabetical order.
For administrators and course creators, Bridge offers the ability to build and manage e-training for groups of employees. The vendor’s application features a quiz-building tool and performance analytics.
Docebo’s application allows employers to deliver training content, manage education programs and track certifications. It’s available in 30 different languages.
The empXtrack training module allows employers to create education programs. It also allows managers to analyze training metrics and to identify workers who would benefit from additional coursework.
Lanteri’s software can be used to plan training for specific employees, with the goal of improving individual employees’ skills. It also allows HR managers to establish a centralized catalog of training videos and quizzes.
Litmos’ application allows trainers to build learning programs, assign courses to employees and track their progress.
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