Learners see only what you want them to see - assigned courses, course catalog, course history, and certificates of completion. You control which courses are included in the catalog and whether or not trainees can self-enroll. You can allow users to manage their own profile information, and give them access to additional personnel files that are stored in your database. You can even implement single sign-on (SSO) or adaptive multi-factor authentication (MFA) with SSO.
You can set permissions for other types of administrators as well: report managers, user managers, course managers and system administrators. Give them access to one, many or all groups and courses. You control seven permission levels: Administrator, Course Manager, User Manager, Report Manager, Curriculum Manager, Certification Manager and Trainee.
Delegate user management responsibilities across departments in your organization. These managers can then manage user accounts and assignments, add training records from third party training, store user specific information, such as training evaluations, job performance reviews, or third party test results in your database.
Use categories - like department and location - to assign courses or to organize reporting results. For example, assign a set of courses to trainees in the Accounting Department, and then another set of courses to all trainees in the Accounting Department located in the San Diego office. This powerful feature makes it easy to customize and automate course assignments.
Upload any type of file to your database - like job description, job review or self-evaluation - with the option of sharing the file(s) with the trainee. Track third party training records or training certifications. Store recommendations, on-the-job training results - any information that pertains to an individual trainee.