learnTrac revolutionised workplace learning management by being one of the first systems to structure learning around job roles so each program contains job specific courses, as determined by a training needs analysis. Furthermore, line managers see their direct reports and are notified if training is not completed.
This makes learnTrac a genuine tool of organisational change. Some of our clients have attributed savings of up $10m over 5 years, resulting in reductions in workplace injuries by holding managers and workers to account for completing required learning.
All staff can be enrolled in one click
Mirrors your organisation’s hierarchy so managers see their staff
Uses simple traffic lights to report on training status
Emails notification to staff and their managers for any number of events
Over 12 filters for drill down reporting
Manages face to face, on the job, online and assignment based learning
Structures training programs according to job role
Sites can tailor each job role (training program) for their site
Captures licences, qualification and existing training records
Unparalleled support and expertise to make it work in your organisation
Can you answer these questions?
Are you able to prove to safety authorities that all your workers have been trained in the safety requirements of their job role?
Are all your training records in one place?
Are you able to “pull up” staff training records in 2 clicks or less?
Are your staff and managers being notified of training which is due to be completed?
Are your managers able to run reports in a click to see training gaps for each staff member?
Are you able to quickly re-train your workers each time a policy or procedure changes?
If you are unable to answer yes to all of these questions, then its worth taking a closer look at learnTrac.
Health and safety legislation has the following requirement:
The provision of any information, training, instruction or supervision that is necessary to protect all persons from risks to their health and safety arising from work carried out as part of the business or undertaking
Usually the first thing safety authorities will ask for following an incident, is evidence that the injured worker(s) has been trained in the safety requirements of their job role. If employers are unable to satisfy this requirement, severe penalties will apply to both individual managers and the company, which could result in fines of up to $5m, jail terms or both, depending on the severity of the incident.
Whilst legal requirements is motivation enough to ensure your training records are in order, sometimes employers don’t realise the genuine return on investment for well formulated staff training. Done correctly, workplace injuries will be reduced which will save you significant money on premiums. Furthermore, you will ensure your workers are following the correct procedures which will give you productivity and efficiency gains.