Many corporate users of Learning Stream would not, at first, describe their training and professional development registration needs as overly complicated. Then they think about what happens before and after registration. If a company or association holds New Employee Training events dozens of times a year, or if it offers the same class every Friday at 3:00, the setup process must be as automated as possible.
Managing communication with employees—informing them about classes they should attend, giving them plenty of date and time options for the same course, and reminding them to show up—would be time-consuming without a software system designed to handle multiple, overlapping registration processes.
Following classes, marking attendance, collecting evaluations, and issuing certificates of completion are also greatly automated with Learning Stream. And departments and supervisors will want to know who showed up for what and who didn’t. In Learning Stream, it’s easy to run reports filtered by multiple criteria, giving stakeholders a detailed look at training data.
Students can access their histories and transcripts as well.
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