8 Essential Metrics To Use For Tracking Employee Training

| January 3, 2019

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When it comes to tracking employee training via eLearning, what do you actually need to be tracking? Is it just enough to know who has attended which training sessions? Here are the 8 things we think you need to track when it comes to eLearning in order to get a clearer picture of your internal training offering.When you set up an eLearning course, you will have a rough idea of how much time it should take a staff member to work their way through the course. This will obviously differ from person to person, as people will learn at different rates, but if you are noticing considerable inconsistencies in the amount of time staff are taking to work their way through the course, then you may have a problem.

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