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For companies that employ certified training programs, LatitudeLearning is an ideal learning management partner. Training Programs are a way to both organize certified requirements into time-bound units that facilitate required training today and goals for the next training period.
First, an LMS Administrator sets up a time-bound certified training program and populates it with Certifications or Curriculums which start at the beginning of the program and transition or end at the end of the program. Training Programs are often presented in one year increments, which allow students several months to get certified. After the year has ended the LMS Administrator would simply require them to get re-certified.
This format is often used in manufacturing situations. For example, if a training situation requires technicians to be trained in Model Year 2018 Chassis, the program should be set up to begin December 1, 2017 and end December 31, 2018. After a technician meets the course goals for the Certification or Curriculum, they will be certified until the last day of the year.
At the end of a program, goals can transition to a new program – for example, at the end of 2018, employees certified in Model Year 2017 Chassis will transition to Model Year 2018 Chassis – which may require new goals that need to be met for re-certification. When the transition occurs, the goals for the new program will be required of the student.
Training Programs structure learning typically into one year increments and contain a set of certification or curriculum requirements. This is the perfect solution for training environments that certify employees with time sensitive learning goals.