Your Company’s Role and Responsibility
The role your company plays in training is very important, and with TRAENÁIL, it’s made easy. Here’s how TRAENÁIL works.
- Simply add your employees to the system
- Define some basic training requirements
- Create a training campaign
- Manage the training progress and results via TRAENÁIL’s library of reports
With TRAENÁIL, you decide how much training your employees need and their participation requirements. You also get to decide what is the ‘reward’ or opportunity available for participating. When the training campaign is complete, you can review your employee’s participation level as well as their performance. Not only can you see information at an employee level but corporately as well.
Management reports allow you to evaluate your training culture as well as specific employee’s level of training. Gone are the days of crossing your fingers and hoping your employee knows the information. Yes – you will be able to check that box indicating that you have trained your employees but in reality you have created and fostered a culture of learning and knowledge in your organization and rewarding your employees accordingly.
As new topics, policies or procedures are introduced throughout your company, your Company Admin can quickly and easily include that information in the next round of training meaning that your employee base is brought up to speed quickly and consistently.
Employee’s Role and Requirements
As an employee of a company using the TRAENÁIL system, you will find your employer has defined a set of participation requirements that represent the minimum amount of training you should be receiving.
You will log into TRAENÁIL on a daily basis and simply answers questions from one of the training courses as part of a campaign defined by the company. How many questions you answer correctly will impact your chances to win that campaign’s reward.
In all, as an employee you will be spending less than 5 minutes a day training but in that short time, you will find yourself retaining information and knowledge better and being more engaged in the training culture of your company. Over the course of a year, you will have participated in over 20 hours of targeted and current training improving your performance and contributing to your company’s bottom line.
How TRAENÁIL Works for Compliance and Audit Perspective
In many companies across all vertical markets, training is not just important – it’s mandatory. Industries like banking, healthcare and others have specific compliance requirements regarding employee training. Before TRAENÁIL, satisfying these requirements from a participation level was the primary focus of training departments. Now your training department can focus on content, retention, adaptation and speed to awareness in terms of training.
Not only will TRAENÁIL “check the box” for you but it will help you demonstrate to your auditors and your compliance departments exactly what went into “checking that box”. If you need to produce a report of your company’s training in aggregate – TRAENÁIL can do that. If you need to produce a report by employee, TRAENÁIL does that too. If you need to produce a report that demonstrates knowledge, TRAENÁIL is there.
TRAENÁIL does all of this while encouraging participation, encouraging learning and potentially reducing help desk calls, costly mistakes and confusion.
“You can’t manage what you don’t measure” is very true when it comes to training. So many companies assume or do minimal testing to determine if their training program is successful. With TRAENÁIL, management gets a clear line of sight into their employee’s training participation and results. Rather than simply “checking a box” that an employee attended or participated in a training course, TRAENÁIL lets managers see how the employee performed in training, where are they showing competence or knowledge of the material and most importantly, where is there a need for additional training.
All of this is possible without the burdens and costs associated with scheduling classes, travel, attendance and lost productivity. With TRAENÁIL, employees spend less than 5 minutes a day training but have the opportunity and are encouraged to train on a daily basis. So over the course of a year a company who provides a typical annual training course can expect an employee to spend 1-2 hours annually being trained but with only 30% being retained. With TRAENÁIL, that same employee will spend over 20 hours annually training on material that is directed and current in addition to being trained in such a way that retention is greatly increased. All of this is possible and the cost is lower, engagement is higher, and productivity isn’t impacted.
TRAENÁIL will allow companies to manage all of their employee types: Full-Time, Part-Time, Mobile, or Remote. Employees are encouraged and rewarded for getting the correct answer and learning the material which translates into less loss of productivity, less potential compliance or audit issues, less legal issues and less reputational risk.
Now that you understand how TRAENÁIL works, take a look at the Demo!