System Administrators can create, allocate and manage all activities within Learn & Grow. Once activities are created and uploaded, administrators can set a CPD value if relevant, and publish to a catalogue for self-registration, allocate directly to individuals or groups of users, or set up enrolment rules for automatic allocation. Key features include:
You are able to upload and deploy your own SCORM, ACII and Tin Can compatible content as well as videos, audio, Word, Excel. PDF, PowerPoint and Webinars.
The webinar feature integrates with your WebEx account to enable scheduled WebEx webinars to be added to a user’s personal learning activities and record attendance.
Learn & Grow enables you to target training in line with relevant regulatory or legislative compliance, scheduling courses and updates as well as tracking and reporting on employee mandatory compliance training records.
Continuing Professional Development (CPD)
Learn & Grow incorporates a CPD tool aligned to the CPD frameworks of professional body partners allowing users to record and track their CPD. Activities undertaken on Learn & Grow will automatically transfer to the CPD record, and can be supplemented with manually recorded activities undertaken off-line, including via the Mobile CPD App, which is available on iOS and Android devices. Individuals and managers can review progress aligned to a CPD scheme requirements via their home page and also access learning statements and recommended learning to achieve CPD.
Administrators can group eLearning events, assessments and off line activities into a single programme and auto-enrol groups of users into the programme.
Learn & Grow provides a Useful Links portlet that can be populated with a defined list of links to encourage users to proactively learn from varied sources. Examples could include:
- Corporate website / intranet
- Regulatory and awarding bodies
- Industry relevant websites
- Frequently used business sites
Discussion Forums and “Ask the Expert”
Learn & Grow’s Discussion Forums enable administrators and training managers to associate either open or group specific participation to discuss learning subjects with their peers, and share ideas, updates and information relative to a particular learning activity or event. Ask the Expert enables an individual subject matter expert to be assigned to a training activity to respond to questions from its participants.