Course Delivery Formats

Choose standard HTML, SCORM 1.2/2004, AICC, classroom, or on-the-job training

Choose the training format, or combination of formats, that best meets your organization's training needs.

While web-based courses are the most commonly tracked, you can combine many training formats into a single course (e.g. SCORM module, followed by a Powerpoint module, followed by a classroom follow-up session at the six-month mark).

Intuitive training interface.

A streamlined and intuitive training home page lets trainees see and launch courses easily. Just click on the course name to start, or resume, training. Training history is always available, including certificates of completion. Trainees can print or email a duplicate copy of the certificate at any time.

If you've included any supplemental resources or materials in your course, trainees have instant access to them from the course launch page. Trainees can also participate in the course discussion forum directly.

Easy classroom management

Your TrainCaster environment includes a complete classroom management suite. Setup course 'sessions' to start/end at specific dates and times. Allow trainees to self-enroll, assign sessions directly, or have managers approve/deny registration requests. Trainees see classroom offerings via their training home page, under Course Calendar. They can also browse and self-register from the calendar.

Set enrollment limits for each session, with automatic waitlisting. Print classroom sign-in sheet, and then update attendance with a single click. Easy communication with trainees via 'broadcast message', should anything arise prior to the session. Reminder & notification messages are automatically generated.

SCORM 1.2, SCORM 2004 and AICC compliant

SCORM is ADL's Sharable Content Object Reference Model, which integrates a set of related technical standards, specifications, and guidelines designed to increase accessibility, interoperability, durability, and reusability of training content. TrainCaster LMS is a SCORM compliant learning management system - both Version 1.2 and 2004. This means you can import SCORM content into a course at any time. SCORM enhances your ability to provide engaging and relevent content to your learners.

You can create SCORM compliant content using many popular desktop tools, including Captivate, Articulate, and Camtasia.